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Re: Too old to start dance?
Posted by nloftofan1
1/5/2017  2:25:00 PM
The key part of your post is that you want to dance. You may never join a ballet company or dance on Broadway, but you can become as proficient as you want to (and it's more fun to do it right than to do it wrong--it feels better). People start learning to dance at all ages. I hope you can find the adult lessons you want.
Re: Too old to start dance?
Posted by kiaragillett
1/11/2017  4:58:00 PM
Never! My aunt started to drag her husband along to Latin American and Ballroom in his 50's.
I have personally witnessed beginners in their 40's + who go on to compete and do well!
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