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Bey Dance: Beyoncé Dance Classes

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Published December 29th 2013
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Queen Bey. Enough said.


It's here. It has finally happened. So many nights of dreaming, so many hours in front of ineffective Youtube tutorials, so many times I hit the repeat button... What is it I'm talking about? The Queen. Queen Bey, to be exact. And the dances everyone ought to learn.

A bright young spark by the name of Lizzie Cahalan has recognised the worldwide cry for a booty like Beyonce's and has set up Bey Dance, teaching Beyoncé dance classes in Melbourne and Adelaide.

Let's have a moment of silence in awe of this great event.

Just in case you, like the darlings whose house was used in THAT Brunswick photo shoot, haven't heard of Beyoncé - actually, I'm not even going to tell you. Do your research, and come back to this page in a few years when you've finally stopped dancing to Crazy in Love.

Cahalan has reportedly been dancing since age four, and can get even the most duck-footed to be dipping and swaying like the bootylicious queen herself. Her classes run for six weeks per song, and re-start on January sixth 2014 - perhaps there's another New Year's Resolution in the works?!

Their Facebook page explains: "These dance classes are dedicated to learning the choreography to ALL of Beyoncé's iconic dances, from Love on Top to Run the World and everything in between, so that you can be the obnoxious person who outshines everyone else on the dance floor."

Obnoxious? Never! Queen Bey for all!

It doesn't matter what your usual music tastes are, no one can resist a few hand flicks to Single Ladies, or some sassy head moves when Independent Woman resurfaces on the radio (on that note, let's have another moment of silence for the passing of Destiny's Child. Thank you for your wonderful music and for giving birth to Queen Bey).

For more information about the classes, contact liz@bdance.com.au (talk to her about a hen's night!) or check out their Facebook page.

Once you've mastered these moves, why not step it up a notch and try a beginner's pole dancing class!
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Why? Dance like Queen Bey
Where: Melbourne and Adelaide
Cost: $15
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