Julie Kaufmann Dancin'
Welcome to the website for Julie Kaufmann Dancin'. I'm Julie, your hostess and primary instructor.
|From the crowds at First Night Boston to an intimate country wedding, in nightclubs and offices, at Boston black tie fund raisers and outdoor picnics, on college campuses and Alzheimers residences, people all around Boston have been enjoying my lessons. Even better, they have been getting up and dancing!|
|Dancing knows no barriers: young and old, men and women, athletes and couch potatoes, singles and couples, all can participate.You can do it in heels or wingtips, runners or boots; you can wear pants or a dress, suits or sweats. Dancing is easy, and everyone can enjoy it. Everyone--even the watchers--will leave with a smile.|
I offer a wide range of dance instruction programs in the greater Boston MA area, including group classes, private lessons, parties and events, wedding choreography, workplace exercise, senior programs, and movement class for cancer survivors and those with other chronic illnesses. Please click on the types of programs link to see descriptions of all my offerings.
Whether you want to two step at a hoedown, waltz at your wedding, line dance for exercise, or swing at a soiree, I can help you. While putting emphasis on good technique, I make learning to dance fun.
Healthy-Steps is a therapeutic movement and exercise class for cancer survivors, those with Lymphedema, Fibromyalgia, Rheumatoid Arthritis, MS, or any other chronic condition. This fun and easy class helps people gain energy, increase flexibility, work with balance issues, and promote a positive self-image. I am a licensed, certified instructor.
Rape Aggression Defense Systems (RAD) is a program of physical defense classes designed to empower women through education and physical exercises as options to defend themselves. As a certified instructor, I will be offering both educational-only and physical defense classes for women.
- Next Swing for Beginners class starts September 30, 2015
- New Beginner Line Dance class starts in Arlington September 30, 2015
- Country Line Dance and Healthy-Steps classes every Monday at Everett Senior Center
- RAD self defense for women class forming for fall 2015
- Private lessons for your wedding - ongoing
From an article in the Boston Globe about the revival of country music and dancing. Here I am teaching at Smokie's (with a broken toe!) See the whole article: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/regionals/south/2014/10/04/country-music-growing-fast-new-england/BpkQfuGD5r4mC7f2KRWzFJ/story.html?s_campaign=8315
Julie and students performing at the BIO Convention in Boston June 2012
Come for a lesson, and leave dancing!
"So, I think I would say, enjoy the process of learning to dance. The process of our profession, and not its final achievement, is the heart and soul of dance"-Jacques d'Amboise