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Cha-Cha Time With My Teacher And The Students

I LOVE LINE DANCING!!

I started my first steps in line dancing in 2015... after taking up for three months, I fell and fractured my leg and since then I have stopped going for classes until last year 2017, I resumed....   My first dance center was half an hour away from my house and by the time I reached home it was almost 8pm... Nowadays I do not like to drive out alone during the night, not so much on the safety but because of my not-so-sharp-vision already in my eyes.  I try to avoid driving at night especially areas where I am not so familiar with....

Back to my dancing.... it was last year when my friend introduced me to a line dance teacher and to my great delight, she is giving classes in a community center which is just less than 5 minutes from my house!!  Wow.. that is really good news to me cos I miss my line dancing so much.  Though my right leg now is not-so-normal already, nevertheless it does not deter me from doing some cha-cha, waltzing and any dance that makes me sweat!

Though the hall is a bit small with no mirrors effect like the former one, I still love coming by each week to sweat it out and to meet up with these lovely ladies whom I get to know... They are so friendly and nice... Though I am the youngest among them, I feel that I am the Oldest!!  Really embarrasses me when they can remember all the steps and I am struggling with my memory!!

I have prove that Age Is Just A Number when it comes to Dancing and Remembering the steps... no matter how old or how young we are, age does not count over here... LOL...
We had an Appreciation time for our Teacher yesterday... 
A gala time of tossing the Chinese New Year appetizer...
With my patient and friendly teacher and "students" 
Wishing each other Good Health, Stay Young and Happy... etc etc... 
LOL... 
And then the music starts..... 
Let's Cha-Cha!

Comments

  1. Ya, keep dancing to stay young!

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  2. I wish I could join. I asked a friend here, a dance teacher and he said he has people as old as me...but none as fat. Sobsssss!!!!

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  3. Dancing is a fun and good exercise. I can't do it because I am very uncoordinated. I can never remember the steps!

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    1. Part of the reason I go is to activate my grey cells...

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  4. Claire, this must be so much fun...and good for your health too! How blessed all these woman are to have each other.

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  5. I tried cha cha before so I know very well that it is not really that easy to remember the steps and coordinate well with the music.

    But it is the imperfection that adds to the fun and laughter, don't you think so?

    So just have fun and keep on dancing!

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  6. Don't know of any dance group in my area! More fun to dance than walking.

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  7. My comment went misding, i have tried cha cha before so i know it is really not that easy to remember the steps and coordinate with the music.

    However it is the imperfection that adds to the laughter and fun right?

    So have fun and keep dancing!

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