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Wedding Dance Workshop
Seaford, DE  
 November 16th


Upcoming Group Class for
Night Club Two Step

the 'Ultimate Chic Slow Dance'
 Starts October 24th




Watch for More Free Wedding Dance
Workshops Coming to Your Area


Dancing is just a Vertical Expression  
of a Horizontal Desire 
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Get Ready for the Wedding-Party-Cruise-Fun
Don't get caught doing the 'Eighth Grade Shuffle' 
for your 'First Dance'
Learn what you can do to avoid this awesome mistake
Take our
Wedding  Dance Workshop 
Now FREE to All Engaged Couples 
Just $10 per person for family & friends  

How do you move together as One on the Dance Floor
Learn the basics of Lead & Follow !
How to Not 'Highjack' your Leader
How to Lead with Gentleness, Grace, Style, & Confidence 

Great Tips & Techniques: How to Make a Grand Entrance, How to Wow them With the Ending,What to tell the DJ, Photographer & More.  Versatile Basic Dance Steps to get you thru many different dances and varied tempos.
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A Class for  Brides-Grooms-Dads-Moms-Wedding Party-Friends 
Saturday November  16th-2:00-4:00 
Power House Gym-Seaford 
(scroll to bottom for addresses of all dance sites)

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For The Wedding Workshop


*Note* Email
for More Dates/Places that Free Wedding Dance Seminars will be held  

Don't Run Away From
That 'First Dance' 


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Take A Dance Lesson-Move Together in Harmony 
More Opportunities for Social Dance...   
 Special Group Class Starts This Thursday
Learn 'Night Club Two Step' 
October 24, November 7, 14 and 21 
 Great Dance for
Anyone Attending a Wedding or Anyone Wanting to Connect to Their Dance Partner
The Totally Chic-Fabulous Way to Slow Dance 


Nightclub Two-Step is ... 
a slow, romantic dance that glides across the dance floor.   It is done to contemporary, medium and slow dance music.  This dance is not the Country Two-Step but a slow dance that moves gently & slowly in place.   
The "side-cross-side" pattern is an elegant, smooth-style rhythm done with a partner. By the end of this class, you should be familiar with the timing, rhythm and basic steps of the dance to feel comfortable on the dance floor.
Thursday 10/24/13
.Join Guest Instructors, Jerry & Lynn For Beginner NC2S

       Course Syllabus:     
'Side-Cross-Side' Basic Step
 Lady's underarm turn, Man's underarm turn
Left turning basic with an inside Lady's turn
 Open breaks with cross body lead
Left Turn with Cross Chasse Move.
5th Position Breaks
Right Turning Basic with Lady's Outside Turn
October 24, November 7, 14 and 21
Power House Gym-620 West Stein Highway * Seaford
Investment: 5 Hrs Total Classroom Time -$62.50 per person
 "Love is a lot like dancing,
You just surrender to the music."


Also Coming to Seaford--Fox Trot Basics-Great for Frank Sinatra, Jason Mraz, Michale Buble Music--Thursdays November 21 & Dec 5 & 12

And...Beautiful Bachata Basics-Easy, Exotic, Exciting, Elevating-A Latin Traditional Dance from the Dominican Republic--A Two Hour Workshop 

Saturday November 23 from 4:30-6:30   


Email for info on these
and more classes in another area near you.




Don't Forget Those Other Important  
'First Dances'
Like the Father & Daughter Dance


The Tradition of the Father-Daughter Dance
Weddings are a time to celebrate
Dance is a part of that celebration
Make Group Lessons 'A Family Affair'
Stephen Fennell dances with his daughter, Sarah Fennell Kinney-2012
More Than One Traditional Dance
The Father-Daughter Dance is a long standing custom. Traditionally, this dance came first in the celebration. The father danced with the bride then presented her to the groom to dance to the steps of a new life. It was a beautiful way to express the tender relationship and transitions of the bride and the two most important men in her life
These days, the traditions are reversed. The Bride and Groom's 'First Dance' opens the celebration and the Father-Daughter Dance is second. It can be moving and emotional for the two dancing and for those watching. Even strong guys will shed a tear as the realization of the little girl growing up and starting a new life. With a little thought, practice, and can help make this dance all that you wish it to be and a 'moment to cherish'.
Group Lessons Make Learning Fun 
and a 'Family Affair'
Dance Lessons will make this tradition so much easier and, maybe even downright fun.   The very best part of my job, and I mean this, is meeting people. This past year, I had a chance to work with some very wonderful 'Dads' for the ever important 'Father-Daughter' Dance. They were a bit nervous, proud of their lovely daughters, and always a little bashful regarding this upcoming public display of affection and of their dance skills.
My goal is always to put them at ease, and build their confidence. Within one lesson everyone is more self-assured and relaxed. When a family makes the time to get together and includes the mother of the bride and the others who are in the wedding party-it offers everyone a chance to brush up on dance skills.  
Music Choices and Choice Moves  
Some brides chose songs to dance to that their fathers had sung to them as children. Watching one dad dance and sing, "Goodnight Sweetheart Well I have to Go"....Priceless! So lovely, so sweet-all I did was give them the steps and techniques that made it all lookelegant and effortless.   If you don't have a favorite song memory, then make one. Choice of music can be serious and touching, lighthearted and fun, classic or contemporary. One father-daughter duo danced to 'Blue Suede Shoes' and another to "Rainbow Connection".   'I loved Her First' and 'My Girl' are also great choices I have seen, but there are so many more-
A great instructor can help you choose  
the Music and the Moves
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Carrie Grier Marquardt Dances with her Dad, Garry Grier 
"Good Night Sweet Heart, Well I Have to Go" 

Testimonial from Carrie Grier Marquardt   
Yvonne, I can't thank you enough for your expertise in teaching my dad and I how to conquer our Father/Daughter dance.  My dad and I not only learned a lot during our lessons but we had a fabulous time and enjoyed many laughs together. 

  It was awesome that you took the two of us and our abilities and put together an unforgettable performance.  We had the best time dancing together and it was an event that I will never forget.  Thank you so much!

Jade Ryan McClure and her Dad, 
Mark Ryan's Father Daughter Dance in 2012 


Private Lesson Price Special
For Social Dance
July & August Summer Discount

You Do Not Have to Be Planning a Wedding to Take Advantage of These Price Break

Great for Brides-Groom-Couples-Singles- 
Swing - Fox Trot - Waltz- Argentine Tango- Cha Cha - Rumba-Night Club Slow Dance

Buy Three 90-Minute Lessons for $250
A $300 Value-Save $50

More Specials on Special Days 
Buy/Pay For Three 90-Minute Lessons in Seaford on Sunday
Any Time from 7:00 am - 6:00pm  
for $235.00 
Save $65 

Lewes Special Prices for Saturday July 20th
Book on this date from 2:00 till 10:00
Any 90 minute Lesson for $75 
Save $25

 To reserve your class time

Regular Prices for Private Lesson are:
   1 Hour-------------$75
1.5 Hours---------$100
2.0 Hours---------$135
2.5 Hours---------$150
3.0 Hours---------$165
Add $10 per person for 3, 4, 5, 6 people

Take Advantage of Summer Price Breaks 


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Addresses to Class Sites: 
Lewes Senior Center
32083 Janice Road-Lewes Delaware
Red Door Community Center
St. Paul's by The Sea Episcopal Church
302 N. Baltimore Avenue, Ocean City, Maryland 

Power House Gym
620 West Stein Highway--Seaford
Zenna Wellness Studio
10 South Main Street Berlin MD


Yvonne Cimone, Director Dance Moves and Manners
Social Dance & Etiquette for All Ages




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