The Dance Society

Who we are & why we exist!

 The Skip & Dip Dance Society  was developed to encourage you to get moving! Dancing is fun, social and serves as a way to incorporate physical activity into our daily lives.   Through the program line dance groups of  10 to 12  women & men can start their own group for fun or on instances in competitions.  All other dance styles are taught in groups and individual sessions.  Individual & Group lessons are offered for Jazz, Salsa, Stepping, Swing-Out, Two-Step and even tap. Our motto is just show up!

Types of Dance

Here are some of the dance styles we will learn, be patient!

Line Dancing



Chicago Style Stepping



This is meant to be fun, so relax and have fun!!!!!!

Start a Support Group!

  If you are starting a support group, you may have many questions and decisions to make. The Amputee Coalition is here to help and we have put together Starting a Support Group to help you navigate through the uncertainties. We also have a Support Group Manual available that will help you manage and maintain your group. If you have additional questions or would like to speak with a current support group leader, simply email and we will have someone contact you as soon as possible. 

Lauren Fontenot, Professional Instructor

Lauren, is the Program Coordinator for the Dance Society.  She is  available to help you get started.  She will help you start a group, find local meeting location, learn to lead a group & enjoy dancing for exercise & fun.

Our Group

We meet Monday & Thursday, evenings

7:00 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.

The Crystal Chateaux

36501 Mission Street

Prairieville, LA 70769


"just show up "

Female & Male

Formation Group Workshop

Line Dance for Diabetes Prevention

So you wanna start a Line Dancing Group, we host a Beginner's Workshop for Group Leaders.  This is Free with your Group Formation Package. 

 Every Tuesday 7:00 p.m.

The Crystal Chateaux

36501 Mission St.

Prairieville, LA 70769


Skip & Dip Tips!


A study at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in the Bronx, N.Y. found dancing to be the only regular physical activity associated with a significant drop in the incidence of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease. Other studies have shown Line Dancing Lessons to be a significant help in areas of memory, balance, cardiovascular and vertigo. And it’s a ton of fun! 

Upcoming Line Dance Events

      Come back for Announcement!

The Line-Dance Workshop is being revised to suite the DJ & Host! Please be patient.

Foot Care for Diabetics

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