Please note class ability is a guide only.

My Classes (please click on links for directions)

Milford on Sea (All Saints Church Hall, Greenbanks Rd)

Beginners – Monday 1.30 -2.30pm

Improvers – Monday 2.45 – 4.15pm


Lyndhurst (Community Centre, Main Car Park, Lyndhurst)

Beginners / Improvers 7.00 – 9.00pm



What do I wear?
Casual clothing. It can get warm during the class so advisable to wear something that is fairly cool or loose fitting. All the venues I teach have facilities for water but do bring a cold drink along with you.

What shoes should I wear?
Line dancing involves quite a lot of twisting and turning. Wear flat or low-heeled shoes with little or no grip (i.e. not trainers). Wear shoes that have a strap or lace fastening (slip on shoes can come off when turning etc.).

How much are the classes?
For details on class fees and payment options please contact me on 07932 620758 or

What sort of music will I dance to?
Line dancing can be performed to any genre of music, but I am a big Country fan so the majority of the dances I teach are done to this music. I do use both older and more contemporary country music.

Do I need to have done line dancing before?
No. All classes are for beginner / easy intermediate level. New beginners will always be made to feel welcome and I encourage all of my members to welcome new beginners and help them with the dances.

Can I find the dances I learn on line?
I provide the name of the dances I teach and the choreographer. You can easily search this on-line either on Copperknob or YouTube



Country walk dance