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Girl dancing the Swing

Are you primed for holiday season? Why you need this Dance Party Survival Guide.

For many, this will be the first in-person holiday gathering since 2019, before the pandemic pulled people apart physically. Restaurants and party spots have booked up well in advance as families, companies and friends look forward to an in-person holiday gathering. Party season is no time to be a wallflower, especially not this one.

Whether you love it or hate it, holiday season is barrelling down on us so get mentally and socially prepared if you want to make the most of the upcoming in-person party season. That's the key to surviving the festive social vortex, from the office party to family get togethers. You can be sure there will be lots of feasting, merry making and dancing.

Yes, dancing.

This is no time to be a wallflower. That's just painful. Especially if you have to turn down an invitation to dance from that person you've had eyes on, just because you don't know how to. The thing is, it really needn't be so. Blueheel Dance Studio has introduced the Dance Party Survival Guide - a series of dance hacks to help people overcome their shyness or awkwardness when it comes to dance.

"The biggest fear I have, is that I will make a fool of myself and people will be laughing at me."

"I can't hear the beat"

"I have no sense of rhythm"

"I'm too stiff"

We've heard it all. It may come as a surprise (no, really?) that the reason you don't know how to dance is because nobody taught you how to. Kinda like driving shift. That's why Blueheel has put together this Survival Guide for Party Season, especially for guys to give you a sense of confidence and the few necessary tips to go out there and have a good time. In a few sessions, you will learn:

- some basic dances moves to get you by

- how to ask someone to dance

- how to hold a dance frame (what do I do with my hands)

- some key tips on how to lead or follow

- how to find and keep the beat

After just your first lesson, you will already begin to feel more confident and more equipped to go out on to that dance floor. Don't wait. Be prepared. Do it now.

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