Hi, my name is Rosemary Selmes and I teach line dancing in East Sussex.
Having taught ISTD tap and modern stage, I really enjoy teaching line dancing as it is a more relaxed form of dance and anyone can do it, even if you do have “two left feet!”
Line dancing is a fun way to dance and is good for the brain as well as keeping fit.
I have taught dance for most of my adult life and started teaching line dancing in 1995.
It is now 22 years on and I still enjoy all aspects of line dancing and have made many friends through social events as well as in class.
It took me a few years to convince my husband, Lester, that he would enjoy it too and having started as my DJ at socials, he not only dances now but has qualified as a Line Dance teacher too. This has been a great help as I have been suffering from injuries this year (not caused by dancing!)
Monday evening classes are held at Willingdon Memorial Hall, Church Street, Willingdon, BN20 9HT
NB - For the next two Mondays, January 14th & 21st, class will be held at Ocklynge School, Victoria Drive, Eastbourne. BN20 8XN.
(This is while the Pantomime is on at The Memorial Hall)
Back to normal on January 28th.
Monday classes are only suitable for Easy Intermediate/Intermediate level dancers who like more of a challenge.
7.00 -9.00 pm Coffee and tea is available after the class.
We like to teach dances using all genres of music, Country, Pop, Latin, etc.
We try to include a good selection from the Linedancer magazine Top 50 Intermediate dances.
Helen also helps out on Mondays and she is a qualified teacher too.
Looking for daytime classes?
Then I would recommend that you take a look at www.lonestarliners.co.uk where Ros has a selection of daytime classes in the area.
As a club, RJ Liners hold socials in Hailsham throughout the year, with at least one event with a live band.
We also organise trips away for line dancing weekends. These trips are open to dancers from RJ Liners and Lone Star Liners plus guest dancers from any of our local clubs. We are a very friendly club and welcome any visiting dancers to classes or socials.
This website was created with the assistance of Helen from www.helensdesk.co.uk