News and Schmooze
2021 Diary Dates:
DANCE OBSESSION IS OPEN for business.
Please check our 'COVID-19' page or contact Sharon on 0459 493 701 for latest information. ANY ATTENDANCE AT DANCE OBSESSION MUST BE PRE-BOOKED AND CONFIRMED PRIOR TO ENTRY.
17 April ~ 3rd Saturday RSPD
29 April ~ Thursday After Class Easy Practice
19 May ~ Week 1 Beginners Workshop
29 May ~ Beerwah BowTies 'n Bling Winter Ball
Please check the Events page for more information on the above
Do yourself a favour, come dancing
Do your friends a favour ... bring them
Dance Obsession Skirts ~ Available now in Hot Hot Pink
We are taking orders for dance skirts. Black or pink stretch with a flirty flick to the hem. Sizes 8 - 14 at the studio to try on. Price $48.
Dance Obsession Rock n Roll shirts are next, please contact Sharon should you be interested in purchasing either skirts or shirts.
Dayle Eaton conjures up a different Latin and Standard sequence every month (and has done for years) to teach us the technique involved in making these sequences work for us on the social dance floor. This one was different. I jokingly said, "It nearly fills 16 bars, this is soooo lovely we could turn it into a Sequence Dance" and once those words were uttered, there was no turning back. With a little tweaking, Dayle entwined 16 bars of waltz figures with a rarely played waltz to give us the Winter Waltz, a hauntingly beautiful dance. A couple of the figures have been modified slightly to make them easier to dance. Please email us to request the script. We hope you enjoy the music and the dance.
Out There - By George
A very funny and generous man who allowed me to use this wonderful cartoon in our early days. I think it describes dancers to a tee.
Check out his website by clicking on the button
below - you're sure to find something that tickles your funny bone.
Dancing makes you smarter...
An article by Richard Powers Stanford University
Interesting reading. I think we have always known that dancing keeps us more than just on our toes physically. The following article really highlights the benefits of dancing as a preventative measure against many other problems that perhaps you've not considered.
The advice is Dance Now, Dance Often.
Please click on the button before it's too late ;-)