Scottish country dancing is danced all over the world and everyone is welcome! Dancing is done in sets of three to six couples. Sometimes in circles other times in longwise sets. No partner is needed as one changes partners after every dance. Dances range from very basic to more advanced. Teaching is given to newcomers and beginners. Our regular dancers are all friendly and very accommodating.
The aim of Scottish country dancing is for fun, social interaction and enjoyment of dancing to accordion and fiddle music. It is a great way to destress and to get active while dancing with people of all ages.
The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society based in Scotland standardises our dancing techniques and assists with the training of new teachers. We are known as RSCDS Pretoria Branch.
As we are a non-profit organisation, our fees are very reasonable and affordable.
For further information on the Pretoria Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society, contact:firstname.lastname@example.org
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