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The Beauty of Dance
is Only a Step Away



Mary Hoedeman's 35 plus year dance career began
in 1981 in Houston, Texas when sheanswered an ad
saying "Dance Instructors Wanted, Will Train". Within
months she was winning professional competitions.

She and her partner repeatedly placed in the
top 5 competitors in the world.
Mary also enjoyed a 12 year, 340 day per year,
teaching and performing touring schedule
throughout the US and Canada. In 1993 the
Pepsi Cola Company made her a national
spokesperson.

In 1990 Mary became her own film producer. Her video
library eventually grew to number 23 instructional videos
with combined worldwide sales totaling well over
300,000 copies. Her latest video, The Beauty of Dance
is Only a Step Away, was produced to celebrate Mary's 25th
year as an "ambassador of dance" is #24.  Currently Mary
teaches ballroom and social dance for IU ’s Kinesiology department,
at Arthur Murray on Mondays, and has just formed Bloomington
Dance Club
where she hopes to bring all dancers/teachers together for weekly fun!

About Mary

Within months she was winning professional competitions, a pattern that led her to numerous National Championship titles; repeated placement in the top 5 competitors in the world; and a 12 year, 340 day per year, teaching and performing touring schedule throughout the US and Canada.


In 1990 Mary became her own film producer when she, and her company, Country and Western Dancing U.S.A., filmed the instructional video called "No One Has Two Left Feet". By 1993 the Pepsi Cola Company had recognized Mary's talent and charisma and made her a national spokesperson.  Read More



Mary recently choreographed a dance and organized a flash mob on Indiana University Campus  to Andy Grammer's Keep Your Head Up.

The purpose is to bring awareness to poor posture and health risks associated with looking down at smart phones and tablets.

Watch the flash mob here.

Check Mary out on YouTube! Many of her competitions were filmed, and have now been uploaded for your enjoyment!    

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