The Waltz Street Journal™

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Ballroom dancing is a great way to get into shape that is fun, exciting, and good for your mind as well!

Read more: Dancing Your Way...

Neuroscientists have discovered that between fitness training and dance, although both activities helped reduce the aging process in seniors, only dance was most effective in reversing the signs of aging in the brain!

Read more: BIG NEWS - DANCE...

These are some of the tiniest dancers in our Rhythm & Grace dance family and therefore, they have different challenges than the older girls.

Read more: Tuesday Combo...


Read more: Ballroom remodel...


As we remodel this summer, we wanted to take a minute to share some photos of what is going down!

Read more: REMODEL

Websites are a constantly ongoing update/upgrade proposition. Ours is no different.

Read more: Current Site Updates


     Northcoast Ballroom Classic has come and gone and we are so proud of how all of our students danced!

Read more: 2018 Northcoast...

Our 2017 Halloween Party was a success!

Read more: 2017 Halloween Party

This year, my students and I hit the Cleveland Dancesport Challenge rather light, but that didn't matter. Here are two videos of the winners of their respective scholarship categories being interviewed after their wins.

Read more: 2017 Cleveland...

Children's Christmas Party and Show presented by the City of Seven Hills and the VFW.

Read more: Kids Christmas Show

Ghosts, Ghouls, and Goblins OH MY! Our annual Kids Halloween party will be on Friday, October 26th, from 6-8pm!

Read more: Kids Halloween Party

 Here is a useful little checklist to use for preparation for a Dancesport event or Showcase.

Read more: Dancesport Events...

Plie: with turned out feet and heels firmly on the ground, the dancer bends at the knees, and then straightens them

Releve: dancer rises onto the tips of the toes

Arabesque: dancer stands on one leg, with the other leg extended horizontally backwards

Shuffle: A quick dragging or scraping movement of the feet in tap dancing

Brush: swinging of the foot (forward, backward or diagonally side) hitting only the ball tap in tap dancing