Line Dance for this week: “Run Back to Me” / choreographed by Gary Samms


The dance I will be teaching
this week is “Run Back to Me

@profile pic 3This is a fun “Beginner” level dance called “Run Back to Me” / choreographed by Gary Samms.

The dance is a 32 count, 4 wall, line dance with lots

For those who are new to line dancing, the difficulty of a dance ranges from Ultra-Beginner which is the easiest end of the scale all the way up to Advanced.  “Beginner” level dances are ones that just about anyone, regardless of their level of dance experience can do.

No restarts!  Yay!  No Tags!  Yay!  Come to my class or Google it if you need a definition of tags and restarts.

The music to which the dance is choreographed is: “Ex’s & Oh’s” / by Elle King (purchase on Amazon or preview the song for free)

Two different locations to choose from…

   (Because DFW is so darned big!)

Line Dance Tuesdays with Tony

…in FORT WORTH!

  • Line Dance Tuesdays with Tony in Fort Worth 3Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 6:00 pm
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  • New Line Dance taught each week – drawn from the newest hottest dances on the planet
    ..
  • The first few minutes of class is always a “review” session where I answer questions about recently taught dances.   This allows folks who get caught in traffic a chance to arrive for the teach of the new dance.
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  • In months with a “5th week”  the Fifth Week is my “Oldie-but-Goodie BONUS Weekwhere I teach a classic line dance that has stood the test of time.
  • DanceMakers of Texas
     — 6201 Sunset Drive, Suite 630 Fort Worth, TX  76116 [Get Directions]
    — Phone: 817.244.8500
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  • Pay at the door:
    • Yes, drop ins are welcome
    • Yes, you can save money by paying for the classes in advance.
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Line Dance Wednesdays with Tony

…in DALLAS!

  • Line Dance Wednesdays with Tony in DallasWednesday, March 16, 2016 at 6:00 pm
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  • New Line Dance taught each week – drawn from the newest hottest dances on the planet
    ..
  • The first few minutes of class is always a “review” session where I answer questions about recently taught dances.   This allows folks who get caught in traffic a chance to arrive for the teach of the new dance.
    ..
  • In months with a “5th week”  the Fifth Week is my “Oldie-but-Goodie BONUS Weekwhere I teach a classic line dance that has stood the test of time.
    ..
  • Dance Masters Studio Dallas
     — 10675 E. Northwest Highway, Suite 2600-B, Dallas, TX 75238 [Get Directions]
    — Phone: 214-553-5188
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  •  Pay at the door:
    • Yes, drop ins are welcome
    • Yes, you can save money by paying for the classes in advance.
      ..
      ..

Whatcher waitin’ fer?

Mark your Calendars Now! 🙂 Bring a friend!

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>>>Still have questions? Check out the FAQ about the line dance classes.

 

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About TxCowboyDancer

Eight time Country Dance World Champion. I love to dance. In the middle of a journey, transforming myself from "unemployed and out-of-shape" to "in-shape and full time dance instructor, writer and graphic artist."

Posted on Mon, Mar 14, 2016, in Dance, Line Dance and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Where do I find the step sheet for the dance every week?

    Liked by 1 person

    • Hi Roger. 🙂 I send out links to the step sheets and videos for the dances a couple of days after the class is taught to the email list of students who sign up for the list.

      You’re already on the list because you’ve been to both of the classes this month. The links for the first two lessons this month should be in your inbox.

      If you want to get the stepsheets in advance of the class go to http://copperknob.co.uk and do a search for the name of the dance. But when you have such an awesome instructor as Moí you won’t need to look at them in advance. 😉

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