Course Description"Just get up and dance. Great dancers are great because of their passion." - Martha Graham. Participants will spend each session warming up together before attempting to master several different dance forms including the Waltz, Charleston, Cha Cha, Line Dance, and the Soft-Shoe Shuffle, to name a few. More and more seniors are choosing dance, not just as a fun, social pastime, but also as a method for keeping their minds and bodies active. Dancing minimizes depression and increases strength and balance. Dancing protects our hearts, reduces pain and defends us against dementia. Join Us!
- Time: 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
- Date: Thursdays, January 16, 23, 30; February 6, 13, 20, 27; March 5
- Location: Lifelong Learning classrooms, Continuing Education Building
Member - $100
Non-member - $130
One-time guest pass, Member or Non-member at the door - $20.
About the Instructor
Jill Adomaitis, a former ballerina, has been a dance educator since 1981 and is the mother of two professional dancers. Adomaitis began her dance training in Europe and went on to study ballet in both Boston and New York City. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of South Carolina. Adomaitis is proficient in many forms of dance and is an avid proponent of Brain-Compatible Dance Education and the body-mind connection. She teaches with humor and love, inspiring and motivating students of all ages and skill levels to build self-confidence and trust in their "instruments"... their own bodies!
Upcoming programs presented by Jill Adomaitis.
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