Monday, 22 October 2018

Take on Strictly challenge with new 10-week beginners’ course

WITH many avid viewers about to tune in to see whether Lesley Joseph will wow us

WITH many avid viewers about to tune in to see whether Lesley Joseph will wow us or bow out early, Strictly Come Dancing often creates debates as to who is good and who needs more “sizzle” as head judge Len Goodman would say.

How easy is it to master a graceful waltz or move your hips and create a cheeky cha cha? Well, if you have ever fancied having a go, why not take on your own “Strictly” challenge and learn some ballroom and Latin American dancing in 10 weeks?

The Miles School of Dancing is just starting a new 10-week course at Henley town hall on Mondays from 7pm to 8pm.

With a team of experts on hand, you will learn an introduction to the waltz, tango, social foxtrot, quickstep, cha cha, rumba and jive.

Each class is £10 per person or £80 for the full 10 weeks.



WITH many avid viewers about to tune in to see whether Lesley Joseph will wow us or bow out early, Strictly Come Dancing often creates debates as to who is good and who needs more “sizzle” as head judge Len Goodman would say.

How easy is it to master a graceful waltz or move your hips and create a cheeky cha cha? Well, if you have ever fancied having a go, why not take on your own “Strictly” challenge and learn some ballroom and Latin American dancing in 10 weeks?

The Miles School of Dancing is just starting a new 10-week course at Henley town hall on Mondays from 7pm to 8pm.

With a team of experts on hand, you will learn an introduction to the waltz, tango, social foxtrot, quickstep, cha cha, rumba and jive.

Each class is £10 per person or £80 for the full 10 weeks.



There is also a chance to practise your new moves at a fantastic Christmas dance at the end of the course.

So, instead of just being an armchair critic this year, why not sign up for the new course?

Richard has been dancing since he was seven and has been a professional teacher since 1998.

With a long competitive background, his passion is training his pupils to dance with style and individuality.

Whether it’s children or adults, his belief is that it’s not always about being the best, but being the best that you can be.

The dance school is run by Richard and his father Raymond Miles and was founded in 1981 by Raymond and wife Joyce.

Their methods of teaching incorporate classic traditional values as well as the modern styles.

For more details, email Richard Miles at info@milesschoolofdancing.co.uk or call 07888 840942.



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