WaltzPlay holds dances every Sunday 2:00 pm to 5:30 pm
May 24 – Crosstep Waltz
Jay Aland will teach Crosstep Waltz. Crosstep Waltz is similar to turning waltz, except that both partners step forward, side-by-side, on beat one, which opens an easy access to doing a figure. Crosstep is designed purposely to make it easy to segue from the basic turning step into a figure, and then back into the basic step. Because of the ease of transitions between figures, hundreds of figures have been invented for Crosstep Waltz. To see a few of these figures, and learn more about Crosstep Waltz, go to: http://socialdance.stanford.edu/syllabi/cross-step_waltz.htm
In this class, we will start with basic partner-dance technique and build it into the basic turning Crosstep Waltz. Then we will add figures, and finish with a review of the ever-popular Crosstep Waltz Mixer. Beginners will fit right in, and there will also be lots to learn for experienced dancers. Come and find out why the Crosstep Waltz is becoming more and more popular all over the planet.
WaltzPlay has moved to a new location! We are now dancing at the Clairmont Presbyterian Church, at the corner of Clairmont Road and N. Druid Hills Road. We still dance from 2:00 until 5:30.
Additional Helpful Information:
- Beginners are welcome.
- Come with or without a partner.
- Dress casually or fancy, it’s up to you.
- Wear shoes for dancing. (We strongly recommend leather-soled shoes.)