Ballroom and swing dance classes in Kingston, Newburgh and Highland. We've taught hundreds of people how to dance--and have fun while dancing! No partner necessary.|
We also specialize in helping couples prepare for their wedding dance.
Visit www.got2lindy.com for a complete schedule, and to view photos, student testimonials and more. Wedding couples, please visit www.bestweddingdancelessons.com
We believe dancing is the best thing you can do for yourself physically, emotionally, mentally and socially! Whether you have danced in your living room, in the ballroom, or only in your dreams, our classes, workshops and dances are designed to move you to the next level. Two left feet? No problem! Fear of dancing? No problem! No partner? No problem!
We specialize in swing dance (most of our group classes are swing dance) but also teach other ballroom styles.
Every move we teach is grounded in principles of lead and follow connection. With a fundamental understanding of how to lead and follow, and being well-connected, our students can dance practically any dance with anybody.
Rather than load you down with moves you can't remember, we review weekly to ensure that you have the confidence and ability to execute the moves on the dance floor.
Contact us and mention AccessDance and get ½ price admission to our next dance.
About Us: Chester and Linda Freeman have been featured in numerous publications, including on the cover of Hudson Valley Life magazine and in Chronogram magazine. They have taught nationally and internationaly, including on cruise ships and at the Dance Flurry Festival in Saratoga. Their youngest students have been nine and their eldest 84. They are available to give group lessons in your school, community or organization.
Ask for: Chester & Linda Freeman
Serving the Hudson Valley and Beyond
Kingston, NY 12402
Locations in Kingston, Newburgh and Highland, NY
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