Experience Matters 1


The Victor SwooshWhen It’s All Said and Done…

In today’s fast-paced, immediate gratification society, proficiency in any area of expertise is of the utmost importance. The same can be said for the level of proficiency required to provide competent, quality and reliable service when learning to dance. With Artistic Motions you get the benefit of more than eleven years of experience with a focus on technique, methodology and proficiency, as well as social etiquette and a perspective on dance as it relates to relationships. Not only are AM students better dancers, they become much better people too!

Expand your horizons! Strengthen and establish new relationships! Couple’s dancing is the ideal way to “connect” with people. Chicago Steppin affords you the opportunity to experience a dance with multiple levels of proficiency, creativity, style and flair, with one partner (or more than one simultaneously!). At the heart of this experience however lies the need to establish a strong foundation with a competent, tested and validated process for learning. Artistic Motions can provide you the tools required to begin your journey into one of the most rewarding dance experiences you’ll ever have.

Become the dancer you’ve always imagined yourself being…lose your wallflower status! You no longer have to be a spectator of the dance, you can now become an active participant with the simple click of a mouse.

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  • gokimrob@yahoo.com

    When you create the videos for leader please explain how to lead an extended right turn or any extended move. I am a hand dancer from the D.C. Area. I Am familiar with bring a followers foot forward to extend a move, but not in the same fashion as it is lead in stepping. Any advice where to go on the Internet would be apppreciated.

    Thx!