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So You Think You CAN’T Dance?

March 13, 2012

LONDON, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — If men could have a pro-dancer from Dancing with the Stars come to their house and teach them how to dance in a private lesson, they’d give it a go, right? It’d be world-class instruction in total privacy. Now, for just $19.99, it’s possible.

Men who have two left feet won’t have to worry about being wallflowers when they learn how to dance with “Brian’s Beginners,” a series of new videos starring Dancing with the Stars performer Brian Fortuna at http://www.BriansBeginners.com.

“Men are always asking, ‘How can I learn to dance?’ and ‘How can I dance without being embarrassed?’” said Suzanne Vennard, producer and director of “Brian’s Beginners,” which is available on Amazon for the low price of only $19.99 per video. “Learning to dance with DVDs removes all the fears of walking into an imposing dance studio and interacting with strangers. Men and women can learn to dance in the comfort and privacy of your home and repeat steps as often as needed without any fear of ridicule.”

Each DVD features two dance classes and teach dances like the Waltz, Fox Trot, Cha Cha, and Swing, said Vennard who has helped more than 20 million people learn to dance through DVDs and YouTube sessions. The Brian’s Beginners DVDS are just now being launched in the United States to help people learn to dance in clubs and learn how to ballroom dance at weddings.

“Most people, regardless of age, fitness level or ability, can pick this up. It’s incredibly simple. And it’s exactly the type of dancing that you’d do at a social function or wedding,” she said. “So whenever a band strikes up a slow tune, something classical, or a big band number, like Frank Sinatra, these are the steps you’re going to want to dance.

“Women who love to dance will love giving the videos on how to dance to their husbands and boyfriends,” she said. “Women can finally go out for a night of dancing. When they go to weddings, they won’t have to drag their partners to the dance floor.”

DVDs remove the main stumbling blocks from people learning to dance. There is no criticism. No one sees you make a mistake. You can try over and over until dancing becomes second nature. You can wear whatever you want and feel totally comfortable with the learning process.

The dance instruction is straightforward and clear. You’ll get relaxed, fun exercise as well as picking up enough steps to dance the night away at a club or social occasion.

“The rhythms are infectious and you’ll easily pick up the simple, effective steps,” said Vennard, the world’s only Dance Class Critic, who has analyzed over 1,000 dance lessons and courses for the complete beginner. She knows what makes a good class and a bad one, what inspires pupils and what turns them away, which classes and teaching methods get the best results for the pupils and which get the worst, which types of classes rip people off and which are great value.

For each DVD class, the steps are shown first for the women, then the men’s steps and finally how to dance them together. There’s an intermediate section and a section on how to learn Wedding Dances for each class.

“Brian is such an incredibly gifted teacher that by following along with him, you can learn to Waltz in just 10 minutes,” she said. “And it’ll look amazing.”

For audio clips, more information and full contact details please go to http://www.BriansBeginners.com/media.html

About Brian Fortuna

Brian performed as a pro-dancer on Dancing with the Stars, partnering with former Miss USA Shandi Finnessey. He performed for two years on the UK version of the show. He also performed on USA and UK tours with the Dancing with the Stars cast and emceed one of the tours in the USA.

Brian says, “Guys, don’t you think it’s time you learned how to take a woman in your arms and dance with her? It’s much easier than you think, I promise. Just give me a few minutes of your time and I’ll show you how. You’ll never regret learning to dance.” He calls these DVDs a “love letter to the world of dance that has brought so much joy into my life. With these DVDs I want to make sure that anyone who wants to dance, gets that chance.”

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