Would You Like To Learn How To Dance From Scratch And Feel More Confident?
So you can stop...
...Feeling self-conscious in dance classes
...Feeling lost because the class is full of experienced dancers
...Trying to keep up with a class that is moving too fast
...Feeling foolish when dancing in public
This course gives you the Dance Basics Toolkit so you get to learn your moves in bite sized chunks that a complete beginner can get to grips with easily.
The Dance Easy Course consists of videos on:
- Where to place your feet so you avoid stepping on your partner’s toes
- Where and how to place your hands and arms so you look and feel natural when dancing
- How to gain control and minimise mistakes
Coming soon . . .
- How to find your rhythm so you can dance in time to music
- How to dance with confidence and ease
I am Joo-Lee Stock and I LOVE teaching and dancing and music and . . . . I am a qualified teacher! Prior to starting up Lindy Jazz, I was a performing arts director in a secondary school. I now spend almost every day dancing and teaching adults with no dance experience to social dance. I am also a qualified coach and understand the problems that stop so many people from enjoying the experience of learning to dance.
It’s been my passion for many years to share my skills so that as many people as possible could experience the fun of learning to dance. So, in 2007, I introduced swing dance classes to the northeast of England through my community dance company, Lindy Jazz. It started as a single class in Durham and soon became a whole series of events including DJam, an annual dance festival attended by over 350 dancers from all over the world. My work also includes community dance exercise classes for the NHS through their ‘Arts into Wellbeing’ project as well as teaching actors with no dance experience to dance in only a few hours for TV dramas such as Joe Maddison’s War starring Robson Green & Kevin Whateley and United starring David Tennant.
All this has given me a huge of amount of experience in transforming people’s experience of learning to dance. So, if you’re thinking you can’t dance and have ‘Two Left Feet’, or you're finding it hard to learn when you’ve been to a dance class or if you are getting nervous about joining a dance class for the first time and wondering how you are going to get through it without stepping on someone's toes then I promise I can help to get you dancing.