• To promote the development of social ballroom dancing among its members
  • To prepare members for ballroom dance competitions
  • To maintain and promote internationally accepted standards in ballroom dancing
  • To encourage and develop social dancing in Tobago
  • To develop harmony and goodwill by encouraging and having social functions
  • To promote a high level of discipline and self-esteem

Dress code:
Guidelines for Ladies (when attending class sessions)

  • No mini skirts
  • No jerseys except class jersey with logo
  • No jeans skirt/jeans dress
  • No sandals/slippers
  • No hair in curlers/hats
  • No tight or very closely fitted apparel
  • Pants or blouse/shirts with sleeves are allowed
  • Free flowing and full dresses or skirts are allowed
  • Proper dress shoes (with heels) are allowed
  • Dance Ensemble jerseys/shirts can be worn for dance sessions

Dress code
Guidelines for Men: (when attending class sessions)

  • No jeans
  • No jerseys except class jersey with logo
  • No sandals or sneakers
  • No hats
  • Long Pants required
  • Shirts with collars and sleeves required
  • Proper dress shoes with socks required

Dancers should observe basic rules of etiquette. You can read more about this from the following document:
Dance Etiquette

we also have an organizational prayer which you can view by clicking the following link
Dance Ensemble Prayer

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Oh Lord, your blessings today we crave

Even for things we omit to pray,

Ever before us is your spirit

Ever behind us pride, confusion and selfishness

Above us is your mercy

Beneath our feet grace in every step

Beside us love for all those whom we meet


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