the reason I did this video is because of the thousands of emails I receive from women all across the country asking me to teach them to dance.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 16, 2009
In an effort to placate devoted followers of the infamous dance moves that are performed throughout Coyote Ugly Saloons nationwide, Jacqui Squatriglia, the official choreographer and inspiration behind the sexy toe tapping bar steps, has just launched her first, in a series of instructional ‘how to’ dance DVD’s.
The release comes on the heels of years of requests from women of all ages and backgrounds. The DVD allows ‘would be Coyotes’ to swiftly learn to move, Jacqui style, while dancing their way to fitness, all in the comfort of their own home.
Jacqui Squatriglia says “the reason I did this video is because of the thousands of emails I receive from women all across the country asking me to teach them to dance.”
For $19.95, plus shipping and handling, fans can purchase the DVD, which includes a bonus CD of the music track, exclusively at http://www.bardance.com and get more information about this and other products being offered. The first 100 lucky readers to order the DVD will receive an autographed copy signed by Jacqui herself.
Combining her trademark flair and personality, Jacqui consistently delivers exceptionally high quality professional instruction, with ease. Viewers will delight in her boundless enthusiasm and onscreen persona applying a delightfully simplistic approach to explaining each move with her ‘Jacqui-isms’. Watch and enjoy as she and her dance team perform of a full repertoire to music at the conclusion of the hour-long tape. This private instructional DVD is good value for money. It will inspire you to get up and dance as well as getting a great workout.
About Jacqui Squatriglia:
An original Coyote, Jacqui's dances have been featured on CMT, MTV, VH1, the WB11 and various television programs such as WWF's Tough Enough, The Fifth Wheel, TLC's Faking It, Elimidate, Naked NY, E!'s Wild On and Fox's Reality Remix. Her dances have also been performed nationally at NBA games & NASCAR events. All moves are copyrighted.