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Have you signed up for our Medal Sessions?

  • PDS has great medal routines that are designed to take you through the medal system easily. Janet has choreographed each routine so it progresses at a pace that will develop learning as well as looking good on the floor.

Have you book pre - choreographed wedding routine if so you can fine it here.



Unfortunately due to Covid -19

our Blackpool school has no classes or  Private sessions running at the




Unfortunately due to Covid -19 our Windermere school has no classes or private sessions running at the moment


Don't forget we are still here digitally

Digital Dance School 

Ballroom, Latin American, Sequence,

Vintage Swing,   

Argentine Tango, Latino & Salsa

"Online dance lessons enables you to set your own learning pace, and there's the added flexibility of setting a schedule that fits your agenda, and you can combine types of digital lessons with face2face lessons.

Janet Bosson


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Unfortunately due to Covid the we are not running workshops the moment

Ten rules a leader should review for Ballroom

  1. Stand erect but not ridged your body relaxed with your weight over soles of your feet,

  2. Move in time to the beat not the melody

  3. To become a good leader you need to dance the patters you know will without having to think hard about footwork.

  4. Make sure your partner know which foot your going to move first

  5. Lead with your body and frame not your hands.

  6. Make sure your on time and don’t rush the start.

  7. Plan ahead to avoid awkward patterns and strive for smooth transitions.

  8. Never count our loud

  9. Don’t look at your feet

  10. Remember Practice makes Perfect

Ten rules a follower should review for Ballroom

  1. Don’t assume the delusion that it’s the leader who must know how to dance, and that you just follow. To be a popular partner you must know how to dance the steps too.

  2. Feel confidence by learning many step patterns.

  3. Understand the learners part, you will find your then becomes easier.

  4. Follow your leader at all times on the dance floor, be ready to move lightly and don’t try to lead or dominate.

  5. Devolp a long graceful backward step that dose not hinder your partners movement.

  6. Always be ready to step off with whichever foot your partner wants to move first.

  7. Let your hold be light and don’t hang or learn on you partner.

  8. Don’t count our loud.

  9. Never look at your feet while dancing.

  10. Remember Practice makes Perfect

What should you eat when dance training?

What you eat when exercising or placing sport or dance training is important To prevent injuries, to sustain balanced and energy, both physically and mentally.


Dancers often suffer from joint and muscle pain after long hours of practice and this is usually a sign of inflammation. Inflammation is the body’s defence mechanism it a natural part of the healing process but can also become an issue if there is to much inflammation. Vitamin C can help alleviate your joint and soft tissue inflammation.


Foods high in Vitamin C

  • citrus fruit, such as oranges and orange juice.

  • peppers.

  • strawberries.

  • blackcurrants.

  • broccoli.

  • Brussels sprouts.

  • potatoes.



Hydration during long practice hours can also be a problem though we must stay hydrated drinking too much water can actually cause the body to flush out important vitamins and minerals.


Eating water through fruit and vegetables can allow the body to absorb and store water longer, and will also replenish any lost vitamins and minerals.


  • Tomatoes (95% water)

  • Lettuce ( 96% water)

  • Celery ( 95% wate)

  • Watermelon and Strawberries (92% water)

  • Broccoli (91% water)

  • Cantaloupe (90% water)

  • Pineapple (86% water)

  • Cucumber (96% water)


Drinking water and snackIng on these throughout long practices or workshops will keep you hydrated.


Antioxidants protect the brain's functions like focus and memory.

Eat foods rich in antioxidants when taking class.


  • ‍Blueberries

  • ‍Green Tea

  • Dark chocolate

  • Artichokes

  • Pecans

  • Strawberries

  • Red cabbage

  • Raspberries

  • Beans

  • Purple or red grapes

  • Spinach

  • Beets

  • Kale

  • Orange vegetables


Eating a heavy meal right before a class or practice can lead to a lack of energy.


You should aim to eat a carbohydrate high meal 1-2 hours before your class/practice. Good carbohydrates absorbed slower, making the energy last longer. Eating 1-2 hours before practice means our bodies have enough time to properly digest the food.

Good carbohydrates

  • oats,

  • rice,

  • vegetables

  • pasta.

Courses you can take at home

Why not take our History of Ballroom Dancing Course $27


It takes you through the Waltz, Quickstep, Slow Foxtrot and Tango as it does in the podcasts but there is more information.

Note if you screen shot each of the Quiz results and send them to Janet she will send you a Free Certificate of Achievement


One you have taken the course you may want to learn some of the dances you have read about.

Zoom/Face2Face lessons for prices email Janet 


1- The history of the Waltz - Learn the La Volta, Landler Allamande and the Valse A Trois Temps.

2 - The history of the Tango - Learn the Habanera, the Milonga and the Argentine Tango.

3 - The history of the Foxtrot & Quickstep - Learn Fox's Trot, The Social Foxtrot and the one Step.


















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