RICHARD NEWMAN & ESTHER BRILL teach Swing, Lindy Hop, Balboa, Waltz, Blues and Cajun & Zydeco dancing in their classes and at dances,
festivals and public events in upstate New York. Founders of RSDN in 1993, they are known for their clear, humorous and supportive teaching style.
Classes, taught in a fun, relaxed atmosphere, are offered throughout the year.
to read class descriptions. You are welcome
with or without a partner. Richard & Esther also offer private lessons - including wedding dance - as well as instruction for groups and special events and
consultation for dance-related events.
"Next-Step" SWING 2
7:00 PM Duration: 1h:15m
Move up to that next level -
Or, come back for a refresher!
Then stay on and practice what you have learned to DJ'd music at the SWING-IN! A perfect evening --
Location: St Thomas Episcopal Church 2000 Highland Ave (at Winton Rd)
In addition to group classes, Esther Brill offers one-hour private lessons. You decide what you want to work on - SWING, LINDY HOP, CAJUN, ZYDECO, BLUES, WALTZ, FOXTROT, SALSA, BALBOA, "survival" SOCIAL DANCING.
WHY? Improve your dancing and enjoy it more!
> Learn better with individualized attention
> Review what you're learning in group classes (discount for current students)
> Get back into dancing if you've been away > Introduce dancing to "reluctant" dancers
Schedule lessons weekdays/evenings, weekends
with Esther Brill firstname.lastname@example.org ---in her Park Ave area home studio room
Location: Private Lessons to fit your schedule -- Park Ave
Esther Brill offers a unique & enjoyable ENERGIZE YOUR WORKPLACE Partner Dance Connection Workshop session designed to promote positive organizational change in not-for-profit community organizations.
Goals: Build and sustain high-quality connections among people - marked by respectful engagement, mutual regard, effective communication and trust.
Activate and renew the energy and vitality people bring to their jobs.
Dance Activities: Explore 3 dance relationships... Then your team will learn a simple dance-step pattern, and try it with 3 kinds of music - Swing, Salsa, and Cajun!
1. You & the Music (Your environment & culture): perception, emotion, diversity
2. You & the Floor (You): testing limits, taking risks, changing how you move
3. You & Your Partner (Your team): sharing weight, leading & following, moving together, reversing roles, changing partners.