Tag: dancing

Partners Western Dance Activities – summer 2018

Jane Gromelski, Partners Western Dance Club President Partners Western Dance Club will continue dancing in the summer months in the MountainView Ballroom on Mondays at 6:00 p.m. The practices will start in May and run through September. These are not classes but informal practices. Harry and Dottie Adams have volunteered to provide music and will…

Line Dance with Rebecca this summer in the Hacienda

  Dr Mark Magdanz Dance is a form of physical training getting frequent attention. As a form of interval workout, it is a far more time-efficient way to perform cardio exercise — proven more effective than steady rate exercise. What is interval training? In a nutshell for dancers, alternating periods of higher intensity work, then…

Spring Line Dancing? Sign up now!

  Dr. Mark Magdanz Reservation lists for classes can fill fast, don’t delay yours. Why learn Line Dancing with Rebecca? You get great fun, service and results. It is also predictable and economical fun. You receive a deep commitment to your fun and developing expertise. If you have previously tried dancing and quit in frustration,…

Are you thinking ahead to April?

  Dr. Mark Magdanz It sure feels like we should with days warmer than our usual Spring Training games. How about a one-week winter? Tell your friends up north. What counts as the change of season? For us, it’s the upcoming series of line dance lessons. Why do you need to think and act now?…

New Beginners Class – Line Dance with Rebecca

  Dr. Mark Magdanz Due to changes in community agreements you can join a Saturday Beginners line dance class this January in SaddleBrooke Ranch provided by Rebecca Magdanz. This will be the first time two newcomer classes can be presented weekly. Residents unable to join us on Wednesday now have a new opportunity to line…

Happy New Year! What can Line Dancing do for you in 2018?

Dr. Mark Magdanz Why line dance after the seasonal celebrations fade? The lessons provided at SaddleBrooke Ranch promote the maintenance and improvement of your mental and physical health. How can this activity do it? Just to review a few ways: (1) Memory and Learning: choreographed movements require some memorization, concentration, reading skills. Learning new skills…

Line Dancing with Rebecca in January 2018

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Dr. Mark Magdanz It’s time to reserve space for January 2018! Over 100 Ranch and SaddleBrooke community residents are currently preparing to dance again this January. Class size limits are placed on student numbers effective learning and safety. The winter series is planned for 10+ classes in each level of difficulty. Starting the week of…

Partners Western Dance activities for fall

The Western Dance Club

Jane Gromelski, Partners Western Dance Club President In mid-October Jane and Stan Gromelski, SaddleBrooke residents, will offer Beginner Texas 2-Step and Western Waltz dance classes again on Wednesdays starting at 6:00 p.m. Classes will be held in the MountainView Ballroom. Classes began on October 18. They will run for five weeks, and tuition is $40…

50s 60s Sock Hop tickets

Jane Gromelski Return with us to those thrilling years when we were young. Some of us went to the dances and danced, some watched from the sidelines. Bah! to that; we can all get on the floor and dance with our own moves. Come and have fun with the music of our golden youth! Sip…

And they’re off and dancing… square dancing, that is

Won’t you come on out and join us in a square?

Bob White When this article hits the streets of SaddleBrooke the class of 2018 will be on their way to learning the steps and calls of Mainstream Square Dancing. Their Mainstream lessons will continue for the next 14 weeks before moving on to the second phase of the lessons called Plus Dancing. These lessons go…