Monica Varnell - 17/02/2014
My fav dance at the moment .
For my beginners/ improvers I do
Come dance with me it a bit faster than the usual track but as a cross over dance everyone can enjoy this music
John Barber - 16/02/2014
If that's an improver I am 21, handsome and have a six pack!!!!!
Irene Cosgrove - 27/01/2014
Love this dance - with a 'no tag' bonus.
Linda Garrett - 10/10/2013
Lovely dance by Maggie, great music. Class had problem with section three, but once mastered flowed beautifully.
Jackie Barber - 10/10/2013
A great improver dance with enough in it to keep the intermediate dancers interested. Timing was a little tricky but I used the counts to help perfect once the steps were mastered.
Carol Collins - 27/09/2013
Another great dance from Maggie, lovely song, both my classes are enjoying this one, teach was easier than I thought it would be by using the counts for it.
Jane Middleton - 25/09/2013
Great gentle country track with a good dance feel - not ploddy!! A bit hard for some improvers but intermediates enjoyed the unusual, sometimes tricky step combinations but good to get your teeth into and keep them on their toes. No tags/restarts went down really well.
Peter Day - 11/09/2013
A great little Improver dance from Maggie which Intermediates will also enjoy. An interesting step pattern adds a really nice feel to the dance. Listen to the music and don't rush the dance. No tags - No Restarts. Yippee!
Phil Marson - 10/09/2013
Great Track.. Nice Dance from Maggie class Really Enjoyed this one:-)
Rosalind Mckinnon - 09/09/2013
Like this dance some tricky steps it was one that was taught at dance weekend which i was at and it went down well was good as going to Maggie's weekend
Maureen Nicholls - 06/09/2013
I AGREE WITH DENISE,VERY POPULAR IN MY CLASSES.HOPE IT DOES WELL
Denise Nicholls - 06/09/2013
very popular dance, went down very well, just section 3 needed a little more attention with the timing
Marilyn Lee - 06/09/2013
This is a lovely little dance for Improvers and up. Some interesting footwork in sections two and three will keep the Improvers on their toes! - fairly easy for Intermediates, and NO dreaded Tags!