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Class levels (descriptions below):

All Levels Welcome Beginner-Intermediate
Beginner Friendly Intermediate
Balboa Advanced-Intermediate

September 2017 Classes - 4 week session 

NEW FREE Beginner class
Scroll down for Beginner class info

4 week sessions - see below / all of September's Thursdays:

7:00pm - Intermediate Lindy Hop Class - Fluidity in movement

We will continue to explore a range of transitions in the dance to help you create a fun, interesting, fluid dance with your partner. 
Please already know both 6 count and 8 count rhythms and have had at least 8 weeks of basic 8 count rhythms BEFORE attending these classes.
We encourage you to
 sign up in advance.  This class has been very popular and we have limited space.  

8:15pm - FREE FREE FREE - Beginner Swing Taster each week
We are trying to reach more people in our community to spread the love of dance and to show you that EVERYONE can learn to dance and be a part of this great community.  In this class we will learn the basics of the "real thing," The Lindy Hop!  This class will get you out on the dance floor in no time at all and will also give you a workout and a place to meet new people and be with friends in a creative environment.  Nothing to lose because it is FREE each week as long as we have interest.  So, follow our Facebook pages and or check in with us each week, but this is going to be a great "back to school month!"
We need a minimum of 12 people to make this class happen - so please register early and tell your friends

8:15pm - Intro to Balboa Fundamentals 
Get ready for our fun introduction to this lovely swing dances, Balboa and Bal-Swing! We will start with close-embrace position and focus on rhythms and connection while giving you, fun concrete moves to use on the social dance floor. When the songs get extra fast, no worries, you can always find some ease and cozy dancing with Balboa!! We need a minimum of 10 people to make this class happen so please register early and tell your friends :)

The most fun on the social dance floor!
No experience or partner required.  
Drop-ins welcome and encouraged to join us each week.
$15/person at the door or register early to save money for the whole month

Youth Classes are canceled for September - check back for future dates 

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Class Dates & Schedule

September 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th

 Pricing & Registration:

$40 / person / one series - 4 weeks total  - if registered by September 4th
$68 / person / two series in same month - 4 weeks total  - if registered by September 4th

$48 / person / one series - 4 weeks total if registered after September 4th
$75 / person / two series in same month - 4 weeks total if registered after September 4th

$15 / drop-in per class space permitted - take two classes in one night for $20 / person
under age 18 is $10 per class for drop-ins 





Always Time for Dancing
941 Kranzel Drive
Camp Hill, PA 17011



About Carla

Carla Heiney has been teaching Lindy Hop and other forms of Vintage swing dancing for over 15 years and is founder and owner for Lindy Central located in the San Francisco Bay area. She lays claim to some of the most prestigious competition titles including American Lindy Hop Champion, US Open Lindy Hop Champion, World Lindy Hop Champion, and International Lindy Hop Champion.  She has also choreographed for the well-known and well-loved hit dance show, “So You Think You Can Dance.”  

In 2011 Carla was creative director for a new hit dance show featuring several full-sized orchestras and professional dancers entitled “Let’s Dance” which toured parts of the US and Canada.  She has traveled all over the world teaching dance including numerous times at the infamous Herrang Dance Camp in Sweden.  She has performed on the prestigious stages of Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center.

Social dancing and teaching are passions for Carla and she thinks that learning to dance is something everyone is capable of doing. She has an amazing ability to communicate movement and partnering in her teaching.Her dancing is grounded in technique and improvisation which coincides with the jazz music she loves to dance to.

Carla is an avid fan of having fun; while learning technique is of serious importance, learning while having fun and remembering the amazing thrill of dancing while on the social floor is something she certainly wants all her students to experience and become masters of themselves.