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CLOGGING – Instructor: Tracy Walters

What is clogging?

This is a type of dance that is similar to tap dancing but it has its own unique style. It incorporates line dancing, Irish dancing and more and its own unique steps as it is influenced by different types of dance. Our class therefore incorporates a variety of music – country, blue grass, rock and roll, dance and Irish.



  • bottled water,
  • shoes with a slipper/leathery type sole (no rubber bottom shoes) as these are easier to dance with. You do not need to buy shoes until you are sure you are going to enjoy and continue with the class.


August 23, 2022 from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

If you have any questions, please contact the programs team:

Phone: 780-483-1209 Ext. 228
Email: programs@weseniors.ca

Clogging – Beginner (Fitness Level 3)


We start off learning a couple of basic steps, practicing these steps as we work our way to learn the steps for an entire dance. Normally, the group will have the first basic steps learned and ready to do an entire dance after the first class! We spend the rest of the 6 weeks learning more steps and dances as we progress as a group through the various steps. Don’t worry about falling behind, we don’t move forward into new steps until we all as a group have the steps nailed down. Looking for a new low-medium impact program for the body and mind? Give clogging a try!


No experience necessary.

Please note: Clogging is a progressive class. If you are starting at the beginner class, it will take approximately 1 year or 3 beginner clogging sessions before you will move into the Intermediate classes.


  • Monday, October 31 – December 12 (7 Classes)
  • 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
  • Cost $63

Clogging – Intermediate (Fitness Level 3)


Let’s move beyond the beginner level and get our rhythm going for clogging at the intermediate level! We continue to fine-tune your basic steps and increase your understanding of terms associated with clogging. The steps get more complex and we learn new dances as we progress through an intermediate level of clogging.


Please note:
One to two years of clogging experience is recommended as a prerequisite for this course. In addition, as clogging is a progressive class, you can expect to take 1 year of intermediate clogging sessions before you will move into the advanced classes.


  • Monday, October 31 – December 12 (7 Classes)
  • 1:15 p.m. to 2:15 p.m.
  • Cost $63

Clogging – Experienced (Fitness Level 4)


Clogging at the experienced level is for those members who have been participating in the form of dance for a minimum of four years. You will work to hone your skills in this terrific, low-medium impact program for the body and mind.


Please note:4 years or more of experience is recommended as a prerequisite to this course.


  • Monday, October 31 – December 12 (7 Classes)
  • 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Cost $63


Tracy is an award-winning dancer from Spruce Grove, AB where she lives with her husband Steven. Tracy’s dancing career includes partner dancing, line dancing, clogging, and belly dancing. She has been teaching dancing since 1994. She was a line dance and clogging instructor in Fort McMurray for 20 years until she moved to the Edmonton area.

Throughout her career as a dance instructor, Tracy has attended dance workshops, taught at several workshops, and has published and choreographed both line and clog dances. Tracy addresses all styles and genres in her dance repertoire. Currently, Tracy teaches line dancing and clogging at various locations, mostly seniors’ centers, in the Edmonton area and loving every minute of it!

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