Heel toe, round, shuffle, and here we go! If you love to dance and don’t have a partner, then line dancing may be for you. Line dancing is popular among seniors, and it provides a good physical and mental workout. Learn fun and easy dances to a wide variety of music (country, pop/rock, Celtic, just to name a few). Participants should be able to stand for 70 minutes and move forward and back and side to side. You won’t even know you have exercised until the class is over!
Tracy Walters is an award winning dancer from Spruce Grove, Aberta. Her dancing career includes partner dancing, line dancing and clogging which she had done for 27 years. She taught dance classes in Fort McMurray for 20 years and has since taught in Edmonton and area for the past 7 years. Throughout her career as a dance instructor, she attended and taught at several dance workshops and choreographed and published many line dances and clog dances. She addresses all styles and genres in her line dance repertoire.