So guess who had a private lesson with me a few days ago?
Don’t let the belly fool you, because Santa’s got talent. The North Pole’s best-kept secret isn’t who’s on the nice list, but who’s on the dance floor.
Official Business Yo’
If you didn’t already know, I’m Santa Claus’ official dance coach- right here in Toronto. Every year, I help Santa get ready for his global sleigh ride, to drop off toys and dance passes (aka the best gifts ever) to eager peeps worldwide.
Before we started, I asked him what he thought of his belly and if that would stop him from bustin’ out. His reply:
“While most people hit the gym, I hit the dance floor. Most people see me as a jolly fat man. But underneath this suit I’m a lean, mean, dancing machine.”
True story. So how does he do it every year? Here’s the secret…
Santa uses hip hop classes to increase his energy levels, which builds his stamina for his global trip on Christmas Eve. To get him fired up, he consults a dance expert (yours truly) to help him prep for the big day. Muscle-head gym trainers make him feel a bit intimidated (shhhh… I’ve said too much) so he feels more comfortable at my dance studio and “Dance Mix ’85.”
Hey, he’s old skool. Like REALLY old skool. Zapp & Roger baby!
Bearded Fat Man Finds Way To NOT Exercise And Still Stuff Cookies In His Face
Claus KNOWS dancing is terrific exercise and an excellent alternative to the gym. And the best part?
You don’t FEEL like you’re exercising. You’re too busy grooving and having fun you totally forget you’re working out. Pretty cool. Old White Beard made some great progress in our hip hop class the other day and had a few sweaty words before he left:
“I love bringing joy to people’s lives. But more importantly, dancing brings joy to MY life. Groovin’ on the dance floor keeps me movin’ on Chrstmas Eve. Ho ho ho!”
Do you relate? Is the dance floor your favourite place to celebrate the holiday?
2 thoughts on “Santa Claus Came To Town… And Did WHAT?”
The classes here are SUPER newbie friendly. I’ve been a student here for just under two years and prior to that I haven’t any experience dancing whatsoever–I actually hated dancing and even hip-hop music and I was kind of forced to join. But the instructors are amazing and extremely helpful and the students are very friendly and positive, which is what led me to stay this long. If you start at the Beginner level like I did, you’ll be surrounded by other people who are going through the exact same learning process. I highly recommend this place.
What if you have never danced before ? Are your classes super newbie friendly ? How’s the atmosphere ? I’ve heard from some people that certain places have a “I’m too good for you snobby ” attitude, especially against people who don’t have groove….