Columbus, OH, September 13, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Today, LineLessons.com announced its Pop Line Dance of the Month, which is “Dancing To The Beat,” choreographed by Barbara Lowe to the song, “Mr. Saxobeat” by Alexandra Stan. Learn the dance by visiting www.linelessons.com.
“It’s an updated 'Electric Slide' for the party crowd! They’ll love the beat!” said Edie Driskill, publisher of LineLessons.com. “LineLessons is all about featuring the latest music and the hottest new line dances. We bring them conveniently into your living room, hotel room or gathering place by way of your computer and Internet connection so you can stay up to speed with the latest in line dancing.”
LineLessons.com is dedicated to providing line dance instruction for beginners and up. The site is designed for those looking for an enjoyable, affordable, flexible way to stay fit. For more media information visit LineLessons.info. You may preview or embed the demo of the dance at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGjAsXPOHf8.
Line dancing gives participants all the joys of dancing without the need for a partner. It helps people maintain a healthy weight, good muscle tone, and youthful balance and coordination, while providing a good low impact cardio workout with no special equipment or clothing needed to get started. Professional instruction is now available online for the first time, helping people learn at their pace in the convenience of their home.
About the featured choreographer
Barbara Lowe is from London, England, where line dancing is as popular as it ever was. Barbara started the Wild Horse Linedance club in 1998 with her sister, Patricia Laming. They now have classes across Newham in East London and they are still growing. She has been nominated for Linedancer Magazine’s Crystal Boots awards and collaborates with several choreographers. She coaches a demo team that works at various shows, festivals and community events. She is known for her skill at both teaching and choreographing for true beginners.
Pricing and availability
LineLessons.com allows the user to rent lessons that are tailored to a variety of levels, from beginner on up to expert. Students can rent one or more dances, including a “7-set” which features 30 minutes of dances that comprise a complete cardio workout. Points, used to rent videos, are sold in packages costing from $1.50 to $50. Dance and lesson rentals range from $.30 to $5.00 depending upon the length of the video and the rental period. Visit www.linelessons.com to get started with a free dance.
Author and dance instructor Edie Driskill has merged her publishing background with her love of dancing to create LineLessons.com. She brought together educational, dance, fitness, web and design experts to package a site that new dancers and new web users would find friendly. The site delivers instruction through streaming video from a dedicated server in views that students can see from across the room while dancing. Students are encouraged to manage their own progress and advance at a pace that is comfortable.