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April 2 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
An event every week that begins at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, repeating until May 28, 2019
Tuesdays from February 19, 2019 – May 28, 2019
AuSable Dance Center
Come learn fundamental clogging steps and combine them into various routines. Clogging is a high energy form of dance, similar to tap. No previous dance experience is needed in this class.
There are many benefits to clogging, the first being that it’s so fun! You will get the benefits of improved flexibility, coordination, endurance, strength, and building self confidence. It has been proven to lower blood pressure, increase lung capacity, and help with weight loss (burns up to 400 calories per hour!). Clogging is one of the best ways to relieve stress and stay in shape while having a great time.
Clogging is an American traditional dance. Sometimes called flatfooting, buckdancing or jigging, it’s a style of rhythmic improvisation that developed alongside old time music as European and African American musical traditions met and influenced each other in the southern United States.
This class time is specifically for adults only, aged 18 or older. Clogs with buck taps are preferred. Clog retailer is available online for ordering.
You can pre-register ahead of time, or walk into class.
Walk in: $10 per class
Punch card: 6 classes for $50
Entire season (depending on enrollment time, see studio office for details): $336
We also offer monthly and semester tuition payment plans.
To register or for more information, please contact AuSable Dance Center at 989-745-3370 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Instructor:
Melissa Beckett is delighted to be joining the ADC family! Her dance training started when she was 4 years old and included ballet, tap, jazz and character dancing. She began clogging as a freshman at CMU, which led to performing professionally in the show Rhythm Dance in Branson, Missouri. Melissa has taught at local studios in Cheboygan, Harbor Springs, Onaway and Roscommon. She is enthusiastically involved with the Grayling High School Players and has done the choreography for their last 5 musicals. Melissa lives in Grayling with her husband, Chad, and their son, Caleb.
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