Dancing – The Foundation of Youth

Mary Lou Kaye

Besides being fun, dancing is an activity that offers many rewards to the participants. You can exercise without “working” out, improve your social life, increase flexibility and agility, strengthen your balance, develop more social poise and confidence, strengthen all your muscles, meet new friends, improve your skills in other sports and physical activities… all this while holding a good-looking partner in your arms. It is truly the Fountain of Youth.

A new entry-level Basic Social Dance class is scheduled to begin in May. It will be held in the Cottonwood community dance studio on Tuesday evenings. Call 480-939-1869 to get all the details.

“Social” dancing is the most fun of all… it’s much less formal than ballroom dancing and allows you to strut your stuff on small dance floors to any kind of music you may prefer… standards, golden oldies, rock and roll, country… any genre that rings your bell.

And… it’s incredibly easy to get on the dance floor using the KISS (Keep It Super Simple) method created by Mary Lou Kaye, a DEA and PDF-certified dance instructor. Within one hour, you will be able to move to a fox trot, cha-cha, tango, rumba, swing, one step, country two step… you’ll amaze yourself. Walk In ~ Dance Out!

Contact Mary Lou at 480-939-1869 or email [email protected] Want more info? Visit her website at learnsocialdancing.com.