Groove on down to a wide range of dance styles and moves
My poor Mum had the highest of high hopes for me when I was a child. I think she foresore a classicly trained pianist, fluent in French and Italian, pirouetting her talents across the world of creative arts like a dainty little Pavlova. Go figure. I just wanted to be Cindy Brady. I couldn't even pull that off as I resembled a brown eyed olive with limbs.
Luckily every sport I was enrolled in was for the sole purpose of having fun and these days there are plenty of unique options for your little dancing queen or king. Here's hoping for my daughters sake the uncoordination skips a generation!
I can't wait for my little miss to get older just so I can send her to this dance school. Established over thirty years ago this wonderful school focuses on the technique and art form of Highland Dancing. They often perform with the WA Police Pipe Band and are involved in many concerts and tatoos both locally and internationally.
Contact Kerry Grosser on 08 9387 4671 or 0418 912 207 regarding any information about the Scottish Highland Dancing Academy.
How glamorous are Flamenco dancers! Visiting El Caballo Blanco when I was very young, it was never about the horses for me, but the Spanish souvenir dolls. I'd put my Cindy Brady dreams on hold and pretend I was a Flamenco dancer twirling about the house.
Danza Viva can assist in those dreams as they offer beginners and advanced classes in Flamenco for both adults and children.
Introduce your children to this beautiful and creative discipline with a rich history of over two hundred years to inspire.
Visit their website or contact them on 9444 9818 or 9275 3946
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