21 Continued… Dance • Sports Dance • Sports Adult Ballet Have you always wanted to take ballet lessons, or took lessons as a child and wish you had never stopped? Adult Ballet is designed for the beginning student or for students looking to brush-up on their technique and get back into shape. Class begins slowly warming up and training the muscles at the barre, followed by centre work, and finally moving across the floor. This class will lay the foundation for continued study, while helping to improve your posture, poise, strength, and coordination. Students should wear clothes they can comfortably move in. Leotard and tights are the traditional dress code for ballet class, however, any leggings or yoga pants and a tee shirt will do.  Ballet slippers are recommended. Driving directions to the Odd Fellows building in Hudson will be sent upon registration. 10 Wednesdays • 7 - 8:30pm • Feb. 27 - May 8 • $149 (No class April 17) DA17-S19 Instructor: Jennifer Markham Ballroom Dancing I (Couples) Have fun learning with other beginners and dance with confidence.  This beginners course will focus on the four most popular ballroom dances - two American Smooth (Waltz and Foxtrot) and two Latin (Rumba and Cha-Cha). If you have dance shoes, great; if not, any shoe with a low heel that is secure on your foot and slides along the floor will work. No boots, sneakers or flip flops please. 10 Thursdays • 6:15 - 7:15pm • Feb. 28 - May 9 • $195 (No class April 18) DA18-S19 Instructor: Steele Shane Ballroom Dancing II (Couples) Are you and your partner feeling confident with your ballroom dance skills? It’s time to take it to the next level! You will learn advanced movements and patterns for the Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba, and Cha-Cha while still having a fun and active night out.If you have dance shoes, great; if not, any shoe with a low heel that is secure on your foot and slides along the floor will work.  No boots, sneakers, or flip flops please. 10 Thursdays • 7:15 - 8:15pm • Feb. 28 - May 9 • $195 (No class April 18) DA24-S19 Instructor: Steele Shane Belly Dancing I Love to dance but don’t have a partner? Then Belly Dancing is for you!  Belly dancing, with its exciting and exotic music and its slow, sensual, and graceful movements, allows you to express different emotions. Belly dancing is great for stretching and flexibility and a fun way to work your stomach, legs, and arms while burning calories. Go at your own pace and have a great time! Comfortable clothing should be worn. Please do not wear sneakers or rubber-soled shoes. 10 Tuesdays • 7 - 8pm • Feb. 26 - May 7 • $99 (No class April 16) DA03-S19 Instructor: Gypsy Phillips Belly Dancing II Already have experience working with combinations and veils along with a knowledge of all the basic hip movements? Then this is the class for you.  We will concentrate on more of the stomach movements including undulations, belly rolls, flutters, and vibrations. We’ll also do some choreography and work with props including veils, tambourines, canes, and finger cymbals. Come, let’s dance, and have fun while getting some exercise. Comfortable clothing should be worn. Please do not wear sneakers or rubber-soled shoes. 10 Tuesdays • 8 - 9pm • Feb. 26 - May 7 • $99 (No class April 16) DA04-S19 Instructor: Gypsy Phillips Square Dancing I Learning to Square Dance begins with a few basic calls of Modern Western Square Dancing.  You are probably familiar with many of them, such as do-si-do, promenade, and allemande. Square dancing is fun, good exercise, and a great way to meet people.  Anyone can do it.  If you can walk to music, you can square dance.  It’s no longer limited to country music.  It now incorporates all kinds of music; modern, classical, hip hop, you name it.  Partners are not required.  Singles are welcome.  Wear casual clothes and comfortable shoes.  We will get you moving! 3 Mondays • 7:30 - 9pm • Feb. 25 - March 11 • $39 DA26-S19 Instructor: Steve Park