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Basic Country Western Dance Moves You Need to Master

Debbie Cook has been a talented dancer and dance teacher for most of her life with a particular love and passion for Country Western Dancing. 
Country dancing is fun, energetic and a great way to try out something different. It’s also a simple dance to master the basics of and whether you’re going to your first dance class ever or you just want to reinvigorate your passion for Western, you’ll need to master these basic dance moves. Debbie Cook provides basic instruction to help you get a feel for these moves and feel comfortable once you step out onto the dance floor!

The Two Step The two step is probably the key move to learn if you want to master country western dancing. As with most country western moves, the male is the lead in this move. The partners face each other and it is 4 forward walks for the man and 4 backward walks for the female with a count of quick, quick, slow, slow. It might not sound complicated but make sure you master this properly before moving on to the next, it w…

How Dancing is Good for Your Physical Health

Debbie Cook loves dancing, not only for the social aspect, but also for the many health benefits it provides both physically and mentally.
Dancing is the one thing that has been around since the beginning of time, standing as a common centerpiece for many cultures throughout history. Nowadays, dancing has evolved into many different forms allowing something for everyone to join in on the fun. Whether you are in to country dancing, ballroom, hip hop, salsa dancing, freestyle or a variety of other styles, you are reaping many benefits for both your physical health as well as your mental and emotional health. Dancing has even become a normal exercise routine in the gym with classes like Zumba, making exercise more enjoyable.
You too can use a dancing to improve your health. As an instructor and dancer herself for many years, Debbie Cook has listed some of the best physical health benefits one can achieve through dance.
Muscle Strength.
This is one of the reasons why you will need to dance…