About Mary Cashman



Mary Cashman has a passion for dance.  She has been an Australian champion in both New Vogue and Standard styles. She has been dancing for many years both socially and competitively, and is now teaching Ballroom Dancing to new dancers. 


 "I enjoy teaching, especially when I see new pupils come in with little or no knowledge of dance, and at the end of their first night they are able to complete one or two dances to music, explains Mary."


A partner is not required.  In fact, dancing is a great place to meet new people, socialize, and most of all have fun. There are many health benefits including weight loss, general fitness, and it is also very good for the mind.  Health experts believe dancing prevents Alzheimer’s disease later in life.


Classes are held twice a week at the Notting Hill Community Hall.