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Have you ever had dancing lessons of any kind, and would you like to in the future?

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Have you ever had any sort of dancing lessons?

Would you like to learn any type of dance?

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I have never had dancing lessons apart from when I was 16 at school I think it was.

It did interest me at one stage, but just never got round to going as felt awkward without a partner, and my partner of the time did not want to learn.
by Finy
Neither does mine! Bastard. LOL.
by Vee
as John Cleese would say in Life of Brian -LANGUAGE.
by Finy
uummm I know too well about partners not wanting to engage in dance....
by jonaj
Sorry (high pitched voice), LOL! :D
by Vee
Would love to have dancing lessons in the future. Have previously done some swing, but I would love to do belly dancing and the tango.
by Vee
YES! Tango.
LOVE it :)
by jonaj
I did Ballroom and Latin dancing for several years in my mid to late teens!! I absolutely adored both!! But the cost of the outfits when competing just got ridiculous for someone on a very tight budget !! I still love to watch any dancing competitions and my feet automatically move with the music!!!
I learnt ballet when I was very young and physical culture (exercise and modern dance combined) up until my early teens. I'd love to learn other dance styles now, but am so busy it would be hard to find the time.
Yes, ballet, ballroom etc in the past but not now
by Fran
The closest I've come is a Zumba lesson, which was substituting my regular pilates class.
I have had dance lessons and I really enjoyed them
by AJ
Only as a child I had a few.

I have been wishing I could dance a little, but sadly one of my legs has a weakness now.
Never ever, I'm not sure what I would even look like on a dance floor.
As a kid I had ballet, jazz, tap. I still love dancing but my hubby isn't a dancer - shame. Still like a dance when I'm out with girlfriends!
My husband was a part-time dancing instructor at a well known dance school! I had always enjoyed dancing. Was taught it at school, as well.
I had a few ballet lessons as a child and then a few ball room dancing lessons as an adult ( I was hopeless) and then took up Bush Dancing - more forgiving of mistakes). In my 40s I started learning English Country Dance and now belong to a dance group who perform in costume at Historic Houses.
I had some lessons at age 17. Went into it with enthusiasm, but I was hopeless. My brother, aged 15 at the time, took to it with a smile. Some of us just don't have the rhythm in our bodies. On some occasions I have been cajoled into trying to dance, at parties and so on. It always ends up with me breathing a sigh of relief when the music stops. Not too worried, I console myself that there are many other things I can do, quite capably. I will leave dancing to others and admire them for it.
I am a Tradie a blokey bloke never danced but started learning Argentine Tango with no partner 4 years ago ...... first year is hard and then absolutely love it...just do it
As a child was taught ballet. In my teens and twenties was into rock n' roll. Now have done NIA and line dancing for additional exercise.
I learnt square dancing when I was about 18 yo, and loved it, I danced for 3 years , then my partner stopped dancing and I searched for 15 years for another man who was prepared to even try it. He loved it and we have danced since then, now for more than 20 years. I sometimes wonder if we would still be together if we had not taken this activity up, all those years ago.
ballet tap and toe when very young, ballroom at school age abt 15 , in my twenties some lessons
never very interested.
No & No thank you.
Ops, I've just remembered! My mum sent me to ballet classes, at the local RSL, when I was in primary school. I didn't like it much, & I'd stay on & watch the TAP dance lessons, then go home & tap around the house! When I was in my 50's or so, & I'd mention that to my mother, she'd say she was sorry, she didn't let me take the tap lessons. Then in my 50's a friend & I went along to Tap lessons. nothing toO hard, but it would always throw our back out, so we had to stop after 1 term. I love watching tap dancing in the old movies though!
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