‘LineTheFloor’ the way to go for a fitter, social you – by Marie Pietersz (Melbourne)
Marie Pietersz has been teaching line dancing for over fifteen years at many venues in the eastern and south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne.
She teaches Nuline dancing, a gentler form of line dancing incorporating ballroom and Latin moves and steps as a fun and fitness cardio exercise. Nuline dancing caters for a wider age group ranging from children to seniors and is danced to many genres of music including contemporary and pop music.
The original American ‘boot scooting’ form of line dancing was generally danced to country and western music and was harder on the knees and legs and therefore limited the age group of dancers.
Marie’s classes are very popular and held most days of the week catering for ultra-beginners, beginners, improvers and intermediate. A dedicated and experienced teacher, choreographer and demonstrator, she specialised in teaching beginners and is passionate about keeping senior members of the community fit and learning new life skills.
You will find Marie’s dance groups performing at Victorian events such as the Seniors Week celebration day, Whitehorse Spring Carnival and at charity events for clubs and fundraisers. She holds themed dance classes to celebrate the variety of cultural backgrounds of her dancers and to promote multicultural inclusivity. Social outings are also part of the fun.
Looking at enrolling in an activity to enhance your life post full-time work, lose weight, get fitter, or find friends and enjoy social interaction? Then you should a Nuline with Marie dance class. Dancing is one of the best forms of exercise and when you are exercising to your favourite music with others of like mind, it beats hard ‘yakka’ at a gym. You don’t need a partner and there is no age barrier.
Marie and her dancers are also available for demonstrate, teach and perform at events. Call 0412 296 827 top ask how you can join a class or book an event. LiveLifeLearn.