As you may already know,
the soul line dance movement is growing rapidly around the country. Here, at Stanford University, our soul line dance classes have taken off at an incredible pace and remains one of the more popular way to exercise the body and mind on “the farm”.
LaDoris Cordell founded the Stanford soul line dance classes at the "farm" in 2002. Jewel Lucas, a retired security-trading specialist from Bank of Americanís World Headquarters in San Francisco, was the 1st instructor to teach Soul Line Dancing at Stanford and became "Stanfordís Lady Soul". Her dedication, style of teaching and love of Soul music and line dancing that gave birth to this amazing way of exercising the body and mind.
Pam Price, a Stanford alum, now teaches the Saturday class after Jewel retired from teaching at Stanford. There is also a beginning soul line dancing class offered thru Stanfordís HIP program that is taught by Juanita Croft.
Our current e-mail list has over 400 subscribers and we have been contacted by soul line dancers from as far away as Philadelphia, London and Denmark.
Finally, the MAIN
reason why these classes have grown so popular is our absolutely
, a retired security-trading specialist from Bank of America's World Headquarters in San Francisco.
She has put Stanford soul line dancing on the national map --
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED!
photo: Judge Cordell
Soul line dancers are to wear only soft-soled shoes, bring water and an
Optional $10 donation for our fabulous instructor.
Stanford soul line dancers perform at the games for two reasons:
(1) the crowd loves us and
(2) when we dance, Stanford wins!