Just Dance's owner Lynda Taylor and her partner Glenda White are devoted to making the world a more graceful place. Lynda, a certified etiquette instructor and teacher with 35 years of experience, partnered with certified ballroom dance instructor Kevin Rios and associate instructor Glenda White to help make the seemingly rigid rules of the dance floor easier to navigate for adults, children, and the butlers trying to take their coats. To help get things moving, most adult dance programs begin with 55 minutes of instruction time, where first-time rug cutters learn the foundation for tango, foxtrot, rumba, cha cha, and swing before putting the steps into practice at the end of class. Though good taste usually dictates that dancers should never waltz by themselves or with the family dog, students need not worry if they can't find a partner, since the instructors will happily pair them with someone in the class.
Outside the ballroom, Just Dance also offers yearlong programs through its etiquette academy, where children aged 5–17 years develop skills related to sharing, table manners, and how to disarm a bully with a firm, respectful handshake. Kids can also exert energy in summer camps that include field trips, creative projects, and dance instruction in various styles such as hip hop, lyrical, and ballet.
Wine: it's played an important part in art—both as a subject and as something the artist imbibes while working on a masterpiece—for as long as anyone can remember. At Paint Along Studios, novice artists can channel the masters in more ways than one, creating their own works of art while under the influence of their favorite fermented beverage. Students follow along as an instructor guides them step-by-step through the creation of a nature scene, religious motif, or modern work, all while indulging their inner Pablo Picasso or Francis Bacon with a sip of a drink brought from home. Meanwhile, those too young for a tipple can pair up with their parents for kids' classes, where they learn to make cute pictures of animals, or mingle with their peers at after-school art classes.
When Daniel Z. Smith Jr. enrolled in his first ballet class in 1998, he probably did so with some trepidation. The athlete had never danced before—his niche was practicing martial arts. But when fellow martial artists insisted dance would complement his main craft, Daniel took the plunge. Little did he know he would fall in love with dance. Today, Daniel is one of the passionate, experienced instructors at Art In Motion Academy of Dance. Each instructors boasts a unique history, and with it a talent for ballet, jazz, tap, hip-hop, or one of the other dance styles for both children and adults taught at the studio.
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Whether they choose bass or banjo, keyboard or ukulele, students at Tonal Dimension Studio will learn how to play with ease. The studio’s staff strives to shape musicians who not only can perform live, but who can also write and record with other musicians. They lead group and private lessons, as well as classes in songwriting and music theory.
Break in your dancing shoes at Lakeland's Dancin and get ready for a great time.
Dancing is a great way to express yourself and an easy way to avoid the gym, so why not sign up for a class at Dancin?
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.