Clog Dancing - easy, aerobic, and fun

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Maureen Pettit teaches
American Clogging classes
New session starts Monday
Maureen Pettit is teaching two American Clogging classes for the Shoreline - Lake Forest Park Senior Center. Classes are held at the Spartan Gym (in the Gymnasium) and her next sessions begin Monday, March 5, 2018. 

She has two levels:

BEGINNERS - Mondays 9:45am-10:45am - learn the basic steps of clogging and dance to easy cued routines.

INTERMEDIATE - Mondays 10:30am-11:45am - learn more complicated step combinations and cued routines.

FEES per class are $3 Senior Center members and $5 for non members.

How to join the Senior Center

Please arrive 15 minutes early to sign-in and register with the instructor.

Maureen has a distinguished international dance background. Born in Scotland and trained in England, she joined a London ballet company. Later she turned to musical theatre and toured Europe with productions of Kiss Me Kate, Brigadoon, 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, and others.

She met her husband in Paris while she was dancing with the Folies Bergere and they moved to Seattle. She ran a dance studio in West Seattle for many years and added clog dancing and American Folk dance to her repertoire. She created a performance group of cloggers which performed locally and toured Europe.

After retirement she spent half the year in Arizona where she created a variety show with singing, dancing, and comedy. The troupe performs 40 shows a season around Arizona.

Maureen is a fully accredited teacher of ballet with the Royal Academy of Dancing, London, and a fully accredited ballroom dance teacher with I.S.T.D. Currently she is teaching clogging, and international folk dance classes in Shoreline, Edmonds, and Mountlake Terrace.


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