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!
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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!
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Featured Dancing Tip
Dancing involves something most people don't consciously think about: RESPECT. Everyone dances differently and everyone does their own thing. Some people stick with the choreography and others put their own "styling" to the dance. No matter how the person may be dancing, even it if looks weird to you, they need to be respected for having the guts to get out there and dance in front of a crowd of people. It's not easy for a lot of people to do, with people ringing the floor and watching the dancing. Heck, when I let myself think about how many people are watching me (and I'm the instructor!), it makes me nervous too. But I have the utmost respect for people who get out on the floor and try their hardest to learn and have fun!