The Wrentham Dancing with The Stars was held on Friday night. After months of practicing everyone performed well. Congrats to all the stars and theirs instructors. A hugh amount of money was raised for charities in Wrentham. See the write up in the Wrentham Times.
Smooth Master Group Class with Ilya Reyzin
Thursday, April 17, 2014 8:30 ~ 9:15
$20 per person (pre-paid) 6 person minimum requirement
Deadline for Sign-up & Payment
Thursday, April 10, 2014
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The St Johnsbury School would like to thank everyone who helped make this clothing drive a success. The St Johnsbury community is appreciative of your generosity and the clothes will go to help many children in need.
Shannon and Mike Redmon
Dancing is a fun way to get healthy. Dancing can help you to lose weight, increase your cardio, reduce stress, help to give you more energy and it can help you to sleep better. All of these great things happen to your body because dancing increases circulation so that your muscles receive more oxygen and nutrients.
Come to the Savaria Dance Studio to learn how to ballroom or Latin dance. You can also participate in one of our Zumba classes.
You don’t need to bring a partner. You can bring a friend or a group of friends to our studio to learn how to dance.
Check out our hours and our dance teachers on our web site.
Hope to see you soon at the Savaria Dance Studio which is a fun place that can help to make you a healthier and happier person.
Come join Lewis for
Two-Step Group Classes
No Dance experience necessary
& new students are very welcome!
Special 2-Hour Group Classes
Saturdays from 12~2 pm
April 5, 12 & 26
$25 per class in advance
$30 per class walk-in
Free Two-Step Practice April 26
Pay for April 26th ~ $25 [nicepaypallite name=”1 two-step Apr 26th” amount=”25.00″]
Pay for a couple for April 26th ~ $50 [nicepaypallite name=”couple 2-step Apr 26th” amount=”50.00″]
We are looking forward to our showcase on Sunday at Raffael’s. None of it would be possible without our students who practice and practice for up to 6 months in order to perform for us. It is always a fun time and we are looking forward to watching all the performances. Watching them again on dvd is always a surprise when you see moments that you missed. The great recording is provided by True Focus Video and the music is always great thanks to Java-Jive. The beautiful table decorations are provided by Bronwen Flowers. We are grateful the support of all the people who buy tickets for our showcases.
Thanks to OUR STARS
Ryan Mc Carthy,
Rebecca Wilson ,
Peggy Sergi ,
Tom Dukes ,
Liz Mc Chesney ,
Judi Cairo ,
Olga Bassett ,
Svitlana Grankovska ,
& Beth Cilento
Also many thanks to our great instructors
Kim Harris, Jan Ondrias, Petr Dubovsky & Lewis Inman.
And lastly thank-you to Jan Ondrias & Vivian Lessa for performing.
The Savaria Spring Showcase is this Sunday, March 16, 2014. Tonight is my last practice with Kevin for our samba routine. We have improved greatly over the past few weeks but mistakes can still be made. At this point, I start to really enjoy the routine and the dancing. I always have my favorite steps and the steps that I am still trying to get right all the time.
Kevin and I have been dancing together since we were in college together. It has always been fun but at times, you need to work at it and with your partner. We are smiling more at this point of the practicing for the show. We will be smiling on Sunday especially at the end of our dance routine because we will have reached our goal thanks to the help of our dance teacher, Kim and the hours of practicing the samba together.
The weather that we have been having in the past six weeks has made everyone’s life very challenging at times.
I have been trying to get to the studio to practice the two routines that I will be performing at our Spring Showcase on Sunday, March 16, 2014. At one point, I was looking out the window during my practice session with Jan and thinking that route one in Norwood is very pretty when it is snowing. I did get home safely that day after practicing a fun routine with Jan.
Kevin and I have been practicing our showcase which is a Samba dance routine. We originally learned this dance routine about 12 years ago but never performed it together. We make time in our week to go to the studio to practice which is not always easy to do.
Dancing at Savaria is a distraction from the real world and an escape from the worries and concerns of everyday life. Sometimes getting there can be a hassle with the winter weather and busy schedules but it is always worth making the effort.
I just found this blog on the web-site of True Focus Films ~ Richard Kim records all of our showcases and this is a great performance by Olga and her instructor Petr. It is a great example of our showcase.
If you want to come see our Showcase – last tickets sold next Tuesday the 4th!
Don’t miss out!
I attended the Eastern Dancesport Competition on Saturday, February 15, 2014 which took place at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in Boston, MA. Our students competed from Friday, February 14 until Sunday February 16. Our dancers Kim and Jan competed with their professional dance partners on Friday and Saturday evenings.
I arrived at the competition at 7:30 AM on Saturday, February 15 and stayed in the ballroom until 12:30 AM. I did leave to have dinner for a few hours. So, what did I do all those hours in the ballroom? I watched our students dance with their instructors, our dancers. My husband, Kevin and I took over 1,000 pictures of our students dancing during their heats and at our home base, table K23. I brought snacks and candy. I cheered for our competitors and felt proud. Everyone looked great in every way. They were prepared for this competition and they shined on the floor. They received ribbons and awards for their dancing. All of their hard work paid off.
I work hard for the Savaria Dance Studio behind the scenes and watching our students and instructors dance makes it all worthwhile to me. I am so proud of everyone and I look forward to the next competition to see them again in their best light.