Taylor University Line Dance Party
St. Mary's Spring Soiree
Recommended Beginner's DancesIf you're new to line dancing and want to give it a try, these dances are a perfect way to get you started!
WelcomeWelcome to IndyLineDancing.com!! This is the place for information on Indianapolis line dancing (and line dancing in general), lessons, dance tips, step sheets and more!
Each week we will be adding a featured dance to the site (below). We will also be adding step sheets to other popular line dances, so check back often to see what's new!
Please feel free to explore the site. If you have any questions about dances, lessons, or anything else at all, we would love for you to contact us!
SURVEY TIME! We'd like to hear what your favorite classic and modern line dances are! Email your favs to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Thank you for visiting IndyLineDancing.com!
Visit Indy Line Dancing on Facebook!
Get updates and find us on Twitter @IndyLineDancing!!
Thanks ILD Dance Crew!
Thanks to the Indy Line Dancing Dance Crew for all your help with teaching and performing!
Saddle Up Indianapolis! Come on out and see us for dance lessons every Wednesday through Saturday at 8:00p, 9:00p, and 10:00p, all free and easy line dances lessons for everyone! Click on the link to the left to check out Saddle Up's website and get information on where it's located! We hope to see y'all there!
Thanks Dance Y'all! Thanks to Dance Y'all, David, and the Dance Y'all Country Crew! We had a blast teaching Footloose, and the contest and performances were incredible! For anyone who hasn't seen the Dance Y'all website yet, we highly recommend giving it a look at danceyall.com. You'll find dances, contests, fashion tips, and just about anything else you can think of in the world of country dance. Check out our Photo Gallery for some great shots of all the fun!
Indy Line Dancing at the Superbowl NFL Experience!Thanks to everyone who came out to dance with us at the Superbowl NFL Experience! Indy Line Dancing had a blast providing the dancing entertainment!
Saddle Up WorkshopA fun-filled day of dancing with free admission to the club that night!
|2/15/2014|| Approximately 10 different, easy, and fun-filled dances to learn|
Fort Wayne Dance For AllMark your calendars! Feb 27 - Mar 2, 2014! The Fort Wayne Dance For All is one of the best line dance events to attend! Dances being taught every hour throughout the day, open dancing (including line, couples, etc) at night. Don't miss the previews at the welcome party Thursday night and the awesome show put on by your instructors Saturday night. Pete and Jen will be instructing again this year, as well as some of the best instructors in the country! Here is the website to check out the event and register! http://www.ftwaynedanceforall.com
|2/27/2014|| Welcoming Party, Demos, Open Dancing|
|2/28/2014|| Choreography Competition, Lessons, Open Dancing|
|3/1/2014|| Show, Lessons, Open Dancing|
|3/2/2014|| Repeat Lessons, Open Dancing|
Featured Dancing Tip
If you're new to line dancing, you might feel intimidated or nervous to get started. We hope that you get out there and give it a try because we're sure that you'll find a fun, exciting new hobby that will bring you years of future enjoyment. Here are a few tips to help you get started ( taken, in part, from an article at about.com )
Be comfortable. Wear something casual, such as jeans, that allows you to move freely and stay comfortable. Don't forget about your feet. Wear a pair of comfy, flat, closed-toed shoes. If you have cowboy boots, wear them...they'll help get you into the "feel" of the atmosphere. We'd recommend, above all else, that your shoe selection have hard leather soles or suede/chrome leather soles. Rubberized soles are ok if that's all you have to work with, but it could be tough to turn on the floor and cause some pain in your knees at the end of the day.
Stand in the middle. As a new line dancer, avoid standing in the back, even though you think that's the best place to be. Because line dancing involves lots of turns, you could at some point find yourself in the front of the entire group! Stand somewhere in the middle, the safest place for beginners.
Start with feet together. Always start with your feet together facing the same way as everyone else. Figure out the step you are going to do first and have your weight on the correct foot.
Know a few steps. If you know a few basic line dance steps, you'll be able to get through most of the popular dances. Familiarize yourself with a few of the basics: grapevine, step-tap, scuff and stomp.
Have fun! No matter what, relax and just have fun! We hope to see you on the dance floor soon!