Sunday, May 26, 2013

Taking Form

Finally got some news about Line Dancing at the Pililaau Community Center in Waianae so I have to find the time to go there or make contact with someone. And try to find out if they think I am making money in the transaction. Too many people think we must be doing this to make some bucks.

"Kind words are the music of the world." 

Line dancers seem to develop the best natural styling of any formal dance form or style. No partner is required so they move only for themselves. Their hearing becomes accustomed to the music that is ordinarily played in social dancing. They allow their bodies to move to the music and learn to feel the timing and the rhythm before learning the steps. Then as they increasingly learn the steps they allow themselves to exaggerate the movement to feel the music better and develop their own unique styling. Talk about a perfect evolution to partner dancing.

Then there is Salsarobics and it sounds good, but they may want to keep it a secret. But of course, they may be wary of the "money" angle. Many do not know about the economics of blogging. No cost.

Zumbia is around a little more but information hard to come by.

"The Maui Waltz" by Loyal Garner

But these three make a good basic group. Once they get into contact with one another the Social Dance club will be formed, guaranteed.

Pub's Side Note: Calvin and Debra Ota reporting from
Blackpool in England really riling up the dance community
in the Town Dancer blog. Check it out.