Get On the Dance Floor
What you'll learn
- Get out onto the dance floor with confidence and have fun.
- Dance to most music played at bars, clubs, conventions, parties, weddings, and other social situations.
- Develop movement that is smooth, rhythmic, and coordinated.
- There are no prerequisites for this course.
In this course, I'll give you a step by step breakdown of how to go from any level of discomfort or awkwardness on the dance floor to being confident, feeling comfortable in your own skin, and dancing with coordination and rhythm. I teach movement and dance around the world, and I specialize in working with people who are new to dancing. My goal is to get you out on the dance floor having fun and feeling great as soon as possible.
Here's what you'll get:
- Moves you can use to music you'll hear at parties, bars, clubs, conventions, weddings, and other social situations.
- Rhythm training. Can't keep a beat? I'll show you how. Have rhythm in only part of your body? Get ready for that to change.
- Movement quality training. Do you feel stiff, awkward, or un-coordinated? I'll give you effective and accessible exercises that will teach you to move well. I have not seen this material anywhere else.
- Convenient practice videos. If you have 2 minutes to spare, you can use it to improve your dancing.
- Confidence building exercises and step-by-step plan. Conquer the mental and physical blocks that keep you from having fun on the dance floor.
- BONUS Cool Moves section. If you want to go beyond fundamentals and impress people, this is for you.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who wants to look and feel good on the dance floor.
Mike Grosser is an internationally sought-after movement and dance instructor. Students across continents rave about Mike’s insights, personality, and breadth and depth of knowledge. As an instructor, he strives to put himself in his students’ shoes so that he can relate material as intuitively and thoroughly as possible. He loves seeing students’ eyes light up when they understand a concept or feel a movement work naturally in their body for the first time.
Mike lives and breathes dance. He is constantly honing his skills and developing new ideas. If you run into him at grocery store, on public transit, in a museum, or on a mountain top, you’ll probably catch him dancing.