DANCE FOR LIFE – We Teach People How to Dance
Do you want to enjoy dancing with your partner? How about having some fun dancing at a downtown pub? Maybe you want to learn a dance for your wedding, or dance at someone else’s wedding? What about dancing the night away on your next Cruise? How about a dance event for your organization or a group class for your employees to enhance Teamwork and Morale?
We can help you create any activity that includes dancing?
Dance For Life provides Dance lessons, Dance workshops and Dance events in Asheville, NC
Richard & Sue Cicchetti are the co-founders of Dance For Life.
Richard is a certified dance instructor. In addition to teaching Ballroom and Country dance lessons, they produce Dance Workshops and Dance Events. Together they hold seven World Dance Titles and numerous National titles with the UCWDC, an International Dance Organization.
Their desire to help people enjoy dancing inspired Richard to create their dance company Dance For Life. Students enjoy his progressive style of teaching and quickly learn how to dance.
Contact Richard for information and registration.
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View & Purchase Dance Lessons, Workshops & Dance Events online: www.DanceForLife.net
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