'Queer Eye' Workshop For Awkward Dancers Announced at Broadway Bodies

On Friday, February 23rd, Broadway Bodies will host an exciting new workshop,"Social Dancing for the Physically Awkward". This class will be led by Broadway Bodies executive director, (the rejected, not bitter "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" applicant who is very queer) Alistair Williams.

"GET OUT OF YOUR HEAD! In our new workshop series, I'm teaching you the basic "rules" for dancing in social-settings like clubs, parties, and receptions. This course will focus on developing your mindset around dance and teaching movement tips to help you become more confident and comfortable. Special note: Your awkwardness is MORE THAN normal. I still struggle with nerves dancing in social settings. However, after a drink and with the right song, I SLAY the dance floor (primarily in my head). I would love to get you to that level of physical freedom, but, more importantly, I just want you better grounded in your body.

Dance is a great opportunity for expression, stress-relief, and FUN the moment we stop attaching our BS ideas onto what it should be. I firmly believe that EVERYONE is a dancer. (Now, everyone may not have the best rhythm, but any skill can be developed.) Go easy on yourself, and join me for "Social Dancing for the Physically Awkward". EVERYONE is welcome, but we want to send a special invitation to the guys (bros, boyfriends, husbands, and dads). Register them! It's BYOB! - Alistair

Rated one of the best dance classes in America by Harpers Bazaar, Broadway Bodies specializes in high-impact arts programming themed after your favorite showtunes, television shows, movies, and music artists. To learn more information about Broadway Bodies? or to register, visit their website HERE at www.broadwaybodies.com. Their New "FINESSE" by Bruno Mars-inspired class led by star instructor, Laura Rogan is SELLING OUT FAST!

More about Alistair Williams: Alistair Williams is the executive director of Broadway Bodies, and a former director at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University. He was recently featured in the New York Times as one of the "Most Moving Instructors" in New York City, as well as a variety of other publications and media such as Elle, People, Fox, The Guardian, Fusion, and more.


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