We are pleased to offer a workshop with a teacher from
Stanford's Waltz Week...

Sunday, October 3rd 1:30-5:15 pm

Class 1:  1:30pm - 2:45pm including 15 min practice time
Introducing two new promenade-based waltz moves that borrow briefly from a salsa styling.  We call them the "Prom-si-do", and the "Prom-si-do-with-the-leads cross-over" (or more affectionately the "Prom-si-do-go-leads-go!").  If there's time, we'll teach these using both single and double-time variations.

Class 2:  2:45pm - 4:00pm including 15 min practice time
Teaching a delightful new traveling waltz variation we refer to as the "Ladies May Pole".  We'll learn this and a variation or two in conjunction with a new entrance and exit to the promenade. Easily adapted to rotary or cross-step waltz.

Class 3:  4:00pm - 5:15pm including 15 min practice time
We'll learn another of my favorite recent fusion-waltz creations.  Whitney quickly dubbed it "The Double Dutch"  (You'll see why on Sunday).  It's a fluidly executed she-goes-he-goes entrance followed by a delightful pull-by finish done in rotary waltz time.  Lot's of variations on the theme as well.... 

Workshop held at Polish Hall, 3832 N. Interstate Ave
Each class $15. Take all three for $35, if pre-registered by Sept. 30.
Prices after that increase to $17 per class and $40 for the entire workshop.
Pre-register simply by e-mail to [email protected] 
Save your spot and some money, and help with balance. Thanks!
Dancers should be comfortable with any turning waltz! 
No partner required! 

Please note. Ari and Whitney will also teach a pre-dance lesson at Random Waltz on Oct. 4. See www.RandomWaltz.org