How to Take Your Dancing on Vacation with You

Wednesday, July 3, 2013   Just like with any good fitness program, consistency is the key to success. Of course, the same thing is true for your dancing. Being summertime, and with the 4th of July holiday approaching, many of you will be going away on vacation. Don’t put your dancing “on hold” while you’re away, take your dancing with …

How to be the Belle of the Ball – 5 Ways to Get Asked to Dance More Often

Wednesday, June 19, 2013   Do you wish you danced more often at parties? Well, what if I told you that YOU have the power to make others want to dance with you? This week I am addressing the popular (yet dreadful) topic of why you are not being asked to dance as much as you’d like. More importantly, I will give you suggestions on …

Busy People Get Things Done – Part 1. How to Maximize Your Lesson Time

Thursday, May 9, 2013   So you’re taking dance lessons, and you think it’s up to your teacher to do all the work. Well, think again. Your instructor will be working hard during your lesson time, but how much you get out of your lessons is completely up to you. You know the saying, “Busy people get things done?” I …

Did You Know…? Part 2. Arthur Murray Staff Edition

Thursday, May 2, 2013   How much do you know about the staff at AMWH? Well, here are some fun and interesting facts that may surprise you, and maybe even make you chuckle. David 1. Aside from around 100,000 hours of dancing in his life, David has run 19 FULL marathons and over 100 10K’s. 2. Even more surprising, David …

Neerja Saxena – A Student's Journey Through Dance

Wednesday, April 24, 2013   This week I want to share with you a very special student testimony written by our very own, Neerja Saxena. Ballroom dancing for close to 3 years, she reflects back on her dancing journey, from her very first lesson, to her first competition, and looking forward to lifetime of dancing. So here it is, in …

Did You Know…? Part 1. Dancing Facts That Will Surprise You

Wednesday, April 17, 2013   1. Who did the world’s first radio broadcast of live music? No, it wasn’t Rick Dees. Surprisingly, it was Arthur Murray! He received quite a bit of national coverage in 1920 by instigating the world’s first radio broadcast of live dance music. Using students from Georgia Tech, he arranged to have a campus radio station …