Texas Line Dance Instructors List

The Texas Line Dance Instructors support the Jamboree through their teaching efforts and by representing their classes in selecting Primary dances for the Jam. 

Below is the list of instructors by CITY and alphabetically by the LAST name.

If you would like additional information about a particular instructor, such as where they teach, the level they teach, their class times, a short bio about them, and how to contact them… you may search by selecting the letter of their LAST name below.

If you are an instructor and would like to vote on Primary dances and have your class information, such as where you teach, what level, and class times, then please click INSTRUCTORS ONLY  and add your information.

Barbara Langham
Bio: I started Dancing when I was 3 years old. Had 10 years of classical Ballet training and Tap and Jazz. I took Master Classes from a Radio City Rockette and a Broadway Choreographer. I danced with the Syracuse Ballet Theater for one season, and many year of Musical Theater. I taught Ballet, Tap, Jazz and Ballroom Dancing for 5 years. I started teaching Line Dance in 2012.
Class City: Round Rock
Class Location: BACA Center, 301 W. Bagdad, Round Rock,TX 78664 512-218-5499
Age Group: 55+
Cost: $ 3.00 for Members and $4.00 for Non-Members
Ultra Beginner: not being held right now
Beginner: Monday 10:30 - 11:30
Improver: Friday 10 :30 to 11:30
Intermediate: Monday 11:45 to 12:45
Advanced: Friday 11:45 to 12:45
Fran Lineweaver
Bio: I began line dancing in 2009 when my husband and I decided to sell our home in San Antonio, buy a 43' motor coach, and travel this beautiful land of ours. My first experience was not a good one. The instructor I had only taught to people who already knew how to line dance. I left the class very disappointed. A couple of months later we were in the Rio Grande Valley at an RV resort so I tried it again. What a difference it can make having a different instructor/mentor. I am now eaching and praying I do not do to anyone what that first instructor did to me. She almost scared me away from ine dance completely. I have also started choreographing dances, and loving every second I can dance. So dance, have happy feet and keeping smiling.
Class City: San Antonio
Class Location: Village at Incarnate Word - YMCA - The Towers on Park Lane
Age Group: all
Cost: Free - $2.00 - $3.00
Beginner: Monday 2:15 pm & Friday 9:00 am
Improver: Wednesday 2:30 pm
Intermediate: Friday 10:00 am
Jean Loafman
Bio: Teach Beginning, Improver, Intermediate and Challenge line dance classes at the North Mesa Senior Recreation Center in Carlsbad, New Mexico. Coordinator of the New Mexico Line Dance Organization, and I created and maintain the Country Gold/New Mexico website Organized the New Mexico Line Dance Organization which was patterned after Texas. Have two Assistant Instructors who work with me in teaching classes and workshops.
Class City: Carlsbad
Class Location: North Mesa Senior Recreation Center - Ages 40+
Cost: $7.50 a year membership in the North Mesa Senior Recreation Center.
Beginner: Monday and Tuesday 9:00 a.m. Workshop on Wednesday 9:00 a.m.
Improver: Monday and Wednesday 9:00 a.m. Workshop on Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
Intermediate: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Workshop on Wednesday 9:00 a.m.
Advanced: Monday and Wednesday at 12:45 p.m.

LIST OF INSTRUCTORS (By City & Alphabetically by Last Name)

Malcolm Price –

Suzanne Phillips –

Joan Cox –
Amy Glass –
Mary Hoskins –
Barbara Langham – (Austin/Roundrock)
Connie Shell – (Cedar Park)
Karen Steger –

Barbara Turner –

Betty Hartman –

Pat Riley –

College Station:
Mary Fang –
Patricia VanderBoom –

Dallas Area:
Karen Aubrey – (Dallas)
Kay Coder – (Dallas)
Pat Damron – (Garland)
Gail Donaldson – (Allen)
Tess Duke – (Dallas)
Ann Ellis – (Rockwall/Greenville)
Ann Goodman – (North Richland Hills)
Frances Halvorson – (Richardson)
Juliet Lam – (Richardson) –
Al McGee – (Fairview)
Ann Pettit – (Garland)
Judy Rausch – (Arlington)
Richard Rogers – (Dallas)
Nikki Simpson – (Allen/Irving/Richardson) –
Vi Smith –

El Paso:
Joan Armstrong – –
Kathy Beltran –
Armando Camacho – –
Sonjia Crews – –
Janice Henson –
Angela Moshauer – –
Marvin Moshauer – –
Minnie Travis – –

Fort Worth:
Judy Sides – (Colleyville/Dallas/Duncanville/Euless/Southlake/North Richland Hills)
Penny Williams – (Burleson)

Kathy Perrine –
Betty Wyer –

Donna Myers –

Hill Country:
Joan Hibler –

Loy Anderson – (Crosby)
Britt Beresik – (Bellaire)
Elsa Campbell – (Bellaire/West University) –
Sandy Carouth –
Linda Conard – (Crosby)
Eva Gates – (Pearland)
Kenneth Gross –
Cassie Jones – (The Woodlands)
Carolyn Key – (Spring)
Ramona Pace –
Cheryl Rogers – – (Spring/1960) – 
Gordon Small –
Freddie Stark – (Tomball)

LaNora Pickel –

Gerina Aarhus –
Ocine Behrens –
Patsy Hardman –
Jeanette McDaniel –
Regina Melms –

Lori Mansfield – (Killeen/Copperas Cove)
Athalie Southard – (Harker Heights/Killeen)

Charles Archer –

Gail McCluskey –
Nancy Pawlik –

Jo Bryan –

Barbara Rhodes –

Debra Rice –

New Braunsfels:
Melissa Onks – (Canyon Lake)
Michelle Schroeder – –

Judy Gaines –

Susan Fulton –
Mary Reynolds –

San Angelo:
Gloria Henderson –

San Antonio:
Sylvia Braye –
Julie Campbell –
Nancy Cornelius –
Letty Gonzales –
Fran Lineweaver –
Lupie Martinez –
Sharon McDonald –
Vernice Miller –
Jon Osborn –
George Rollow –
Dora Sondhi –

Betty Hartman –

Gail Herring –

Doris Cox –
Jean Edwards – (Waco)
Doris Kalal –

Carlsbad, NM:
Jean Loafman –