STEPS by Bridget teaches the art of Canadian Step Dancing & Clogging.
Beginner group classes offered at all age groups (5-95)!
Intermediate/Advanced solo & group classes available upon request.
What is Canadian Step Dancing?
Canadian step dancing involves fast dancing to fiddle music using shoes with taps designed to accentuate the dancer’s rhythmical, drumming foot movements. Classes will focus on the Ottawa Valley Style which features variable, aggressive steps danced high off the floor, and flowing arm movements.
What is Clogging?
Clogging is an old-tyme Appalachian dance form that has been transformed into a modern, fun dance that can easily be learned by all. It originated from the Irish, Scottish and English immigrants who settled in the Appalachian Mountains.
Clogging is a flat-footed style dance that uses the heels for a heavier beat. It is performed in leather-soled shoes with taps attached.
This percussive dance form is traditionally performed to blue grass music, however today it is common to see it executed to any type of music – whether it be country, pop, rock, etc.
Phone : (416) 433-6701
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website : http://www.stepsbybridget.com
Location : 180 Shearson Cresent, Unit # 7
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