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​"Our aim is to promote modern line dancing to a new generation of dancers in a fun, personal and enjoyable way. To encourage newcomers to grow in to competent dancers and future instructors, ensuring the survival of my greatest passion – Line dancing!"


"Welcoming, friendly and a great way to learn. 
Easy to follow and learn when you’re having fun!"

Angela, Sheffield



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My name is Glynn Rodgers and  I am a fully qualified BWDA instructor with over 20 years experience of  social line dancing. I began dancing in late 1996 at the age of 9 and passed my teacher training exams in 2005. I have been choreographing dances since 2004 under the name Glynn "Applejack" Rodgers, or "AJ" for short.

I began teaching in 2004 at the age of 17, under the name of Star Strutting Liners, when the previous instructor retired and I was asked to take over. I ran regular classes for the next few years, concentrating on beginner and improver level dancers.


With the arrival of my second child and the closure of my regular venue, I believed it was time to step down from teaching and concentrate on social dancing once again. I continued to teach in a limited capacity over the following years, covering other classes in the area and teaching my own choreography where possible.

​​In November 2017, I re-branded as "AJ Dance" and returned to teaching with the help of my wife, Katy.  I now run regular beginners, improver and intermediate classes and monthly socials aimed at all levels of dancers.

In 2024, I won the Crystal Boot Award for "Improver Dance of The Year" along with my co-choreographer, Heather Barton. The dance was called "When You're Drunk" and you can see a video by clicking here.

Please message us via the contact us section or our Facebook page if you want more information. If you are interested in line dancing, you may find our "Why Line Dance?" guide  useful.

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