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Printable Version - Just Dance Ballroom

Printable Version - Just Dance Ballroom

Printable Version - Just Dance

Saturday, November 12th—Ballroom Dance Teacher Training Open House 2pm—4pm Saturday, November 19th — Thanksgiving Party Thursday, November 24—Closed ~ Happy Thanksgiving Everyone! Page 4 JDB Event Center Newsletter & Calendar of Classes Looking for a Venue for your next upcoming event? Visit us on FROOMZ. You can see all our different ballrooms, check availability and you can even reserve any room online! Practice at JDB is $6 per person. A JDB Special Savings Card ($60) is good for Friday & Saturday general dancing, Tea Dances, Sunday Night Practice, Daytime & Evening practice hours. Get 10 sessions plus 2 FREE sessions! Business / Practice Hours Monday 12pm—10:30pm Practice 12pm – 7pm and 7pm - 10pm Tuesday 2pm—10:30pm Wednesday 2pm—10:30pm Thursday 2pm—10:30pm Tuesday—Thursday practice: 2pm – 7pm and 7pm - 10pm Friday 2pm—11:30pm Practice: 2pm – 7pm and 7pm- 11:00pm Saturday 10am—11:30pm Practice:11am- 6pm and 9pm- 11:00pm Sunday 10pm—10:30pm Practice:10pm – 5pm and 7pm – 10pm FREE 30 minute practice per private lesson. Teachers: Floor Fee for Private Lesson is $10 per Couple, per Session Every Wednesday @ JDB from 8:00— 9:15pm With Jeff Michael 2500 Embarcadero Oakland, CA 94606 510.436.9888 www.JustDanceBallroom.com Inside this issue: Monday—Wednesday Class Schedule 2 Thursday—Sunday Class Schedule 3 Open Practice Hours & Cost 4 Business Hours 4 Follow JDB on Beginner’s Special Package How to Find a Dance Partner Dancers who have the desire to learn may stop their progress simply because they don’t have a steady dance partner. If you are determined to find a dance partner, here are a few ideas to help you find one. 1. Attend group classes. Many instructors encourage partner switching in their classes. This not only helps solo dancers have a chance to dance with others, but also encourages better leading and following techniques by making you a more adaptable partner to more types of dancers. 2. Take private lessons. You will become a more accomplished dancer in a shorter amount of time than in Have you found yourself watching dancing on TV lately and wondering if you have what it takes to shine on the dance floor too? Ballroom dancing is more popular than ever. Whether you’ve got dreams of taking charge at a salsa club, a wedding day waltz with your partner, or your starry eyes are set on competition down the line, JDB understands how dance fever can progress into full-blown obsession, so that’s why we offer the Beginner’s Special Package. For $129.00 you can enjoy FOUR private 30-minute lessons and FOUR weekend passes which includes any standard group classes and parties. In just one month you can jump-start your dancing and kick your dreams into high-gear! Special Events and Workshops excluded. “Dance — an art form. Body — an instrument. Learn to play the instrument and master the art form.” Debbie Dee group lessons when you finally hit the social dance floor. Being a skilled dancer fills your dance card quickly. Your instructor may be able to partner you up with another one of their students. 3. Improve your skills on your own. Ask your instructor what you can do when practicing without a partner. For instance, mark your steps, listen to music at home or in your car. This will help you get used to the rhythm and timing and make you a valuable dance partner. Drill your steps, footwork and patterns. Work on balance and posture. 4. Attend as may social dances as you can. This is a fantastic way to practice and great fun too! 5. Join the JDB Partner Search Bulletin Board in the Grand Ballroom by filling out a partner search card. These cards help you outline what level your dance is, what your goals are, what you need and want out of a partner and how to contact each other. JDB Event Center Lounge Just Dance Ballroom’s sleek new bar has a vibe all its own. The space is purpose-built as the ballroom’s perfect vantage point to the moving and grooving bodies in the Grand Ballroom and doubles as the club’s epicenter for conversation. The Lounge serves beer and wine during special events and will add special flare to your event rental. Newsletter written by: Randi Stewart & Trinh Nguyen

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