Moveable Feet


Do you keep getting blown away
when you try to take lessons?

Slow and easy instruction with
lots of individual attention.

If you can put in some practice time,
you may surprise yourself
with what you can learn!

Classes in:
Ballroom, Swing, Latin
& Wedding Preparation

Exeter - private lessons - by appt. Call 401-295-7025

East Greenwich - Groups - Friday eve. 7:30

Deb Nash Scholarship Fund info

About the Teacher

Exeter Private Lessons

Moveable Feet
Exeter RI
Information: 401-295-7025

Private lessons are offered daily on a flexible schedule in my home with an appointment. Call for times. Lessons are focused on social rather than competition dancing.
* Private lessons are given in swing, foxtrot, waltz, rumba, cha cha, salsa, as well as others. Lessons are available for $50.00 an hour per person/couple and can be scheduled mornings, afternoons, and early evenings on a first come basis.

Wedding classes can also be scheduled in my home with an appointment. Call for times
* Wedding classes can include groups and choreography for bride and groom, the bride and father, and the groom and mother. Dance selection will be based on the wedding songs chosen. Classes are available for $50.00 an hour per person/couple. Larger groups can be negotiated. Appointments can be scheduled mornings, afternoons and early evenings on a first come basis.

Gift Certificates make a great present for birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, engagement parties, Valentine's Day, or Christmas! Give group classes or privates or both. Call 295-7025 for more information.

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East Greenwich Group Lessons

Renegade Fitness
5600 Post Rd.
East Greenwich RI
Information: 401-295-7025
or Renegade 401-886-4700

Instructor: David Dougher

Group Classes

Fridays, 7:30-8:30pm
Introductory ballroom classes on a variety of dances.

Introductory classes are held each week - single and couple walk-ins welcome!

This is both an introductory class and review class for people with a dance background.
A variety of dances are taught with an emphasis on the inter-relatedness of dance steps.
No prior dance experience required.
You do not need to be a member of Renegade Fitness to take this class... but you would benefit from it if you did!

Single class rates
$5.00 per person
$10.00 per couple for 1 hour class

Please bring comfortable well fitting clean, smoothed-soled shoes or smooth sneakers (not worn in from outside) or dance shoes to protect the dance floor. Do not wear sandals, clogs or work boots. Try to avoid shoes which would normally stick or grip on a hardwood floor or that would easily slide off your heel.

Special Notice!
You can use the Sign Up link below to be notified of class cancellations! Fill out the short form and if class is canceled you will get an email notification or phone call if class is canceled for any reason.
You can also opt-out of the notification process easily. There's an opt-out link that comes with every email from the list. Click on it to be removed from the list.
Class Cancellation Notification Form

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Deb Nash Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Deborah Nash Memorial Scholarship Fund was established by Dance Alliance in 2014 to give deserving dance students and teachers a chance at developing their dream. Set up in my wife’s name, the fund gives money to students, teachers and artists who wish to pursue a career in dance.

Donations can be made in any amount to…

Deb Nash Memorial Scholarship Fund
c/o Dance Alliance
353 Blackstone Blvd. #3418
Providence, RI

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About the Teacher

David Dougher has been teaching ballroom throughout Rhode Island for the last twenty years.
He started ballroom dancing at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Cranston and went on to start his own dance studio, Paris Academy, with Nelia Lawton in Taunton Massachusetts.

In 1998, he assisted his wife Deborah Nash in creating riDance.com (http://www.riDance.com), a dance website for the entire RI dance community - teachers, students, audiences, & performers in all dance forms.

Currently he teaches ballroom and swing in East Greenwich and Exeter. He believes (as his wife did) that adults should dance for happiness, health, and sanity.

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