While most people think that Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers created the Foxtrot, it was really a vaudeville performer named Harry Fox who introduced this fun, theatrical dance to the world. Foxtrot dancers travel around the perimeter of the room in a counterclockwise direction in a basic rhythm of slow-slow-quick-quick. Still a classic dance for wedding receptions, the Foxtrot is a true American favorite.
Take A Class With Tristan MacManus!
Tristan MacManus Is Teaching Here March 19 &20! Tristan and Chelsea’s samba He’s one of the hottest dancers on Dancing With The Stars — AND he’s got a great personality! (AND a cool Irish accent.) Now, he’s coming to Willoughby for two days of private lessons and group classes. His private lessons are […]
Twilight Yoga Series Begins Feb. 17
Stretch and Tone With Yoga Series Imagine a stronger, more flexible body — and a relaxed mind. You can make it happen at the Twilight Yoga Series, Feb. 17-24. The class will be held every Monday at 8:45 p.m. for six weeks at Fred Astaire Willoughby. This series is for all […]