Never know what to do on the dance floor at a party, worried at weddings, or planning a Caribbean cruise? Even if you can’t dance, LearnToDance’s Beginner Merengue Workshop in Eton Wick is just the class for you on Sunday 16th February at the Eton Wick Village Hall, Eton Wick Road, Eton Wick, SL4 6LT.
Our Monthly Beginner Workshops are fun and friendly classes that aim to give you simple routines that you can take away and dance anywhere. The Merengue is an informal dance with a basic marching action and if you can walk, you can dance the Merengue. We use a mixture of traditional Merengue music as well as modern pop songs such as ‘Pound the Alarm’ by Nicki Minaj to show just how versatile the dance can be.
- ‘even as a complete beginner, I was made to feel like a dancer’
- ‘they make learning to dance such unbelievable fun’
- ‘great fun, great exercise and lovely people’
- ‘they are brilliant teachers and very patient’
- ‘A very friendly place to dance and learn to dance’
And for anyone who’s thinking, ‘But I can’t dance’ or ‘I don’t have anyone to dance with’, there’s no excuse – you don’t have to able to dance and you don’t need a partner! You just have to want to learn to dance and have fun.
So, if you’re ready to take to the floor and Merengue like you’ve never Merengue’d before, all you need to do is be at the Eton Wick Village Hall on Sunday 16th February at 1.30pm where the team from LearnToDance will be waiting to teach you everything you need to know. For more information, you can contact Antony on 07736 272225, email us at email@example.com or check out our website at www.want-to-dance.co.uk.
The workshop is £20 per person or £30 for a couple dancing together. You can book online directly on our website.
Sunday 16th February 1.30pm-3.30pm
LearnToDance is a Ballroom and Latin American Dance School run by husband and wife team Antony & Emma-Louise Holeksa and has been running since 2006. Classes for all levels and ages, and personal tuition, take place throughout the week, as well as dance breaks and private events.