Rollerdance Lessons

Every Sunday, Richard gives world class rollerdancing lessons at a beautiful, large, indoor studio! Attendence by reservation only. Email rich@rollerdance.com

WHERE:
The Rollerdance Academy
435 23rd Street
Suite 18-19
San Francisco, CA 94107

WHEN:
Sundays 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

COST:
$20.00 per class. Bring your own skates and pads.

Make a Reservation: rich@rollerdance.com

If you can't make it to San Francisco, let Rollerdance.com bring our Workshop Tour to your company, expo, fair, tradeshow, school or university. Learning to dance on skates makes for a great team building experience that promotes health, fitness and improved self esteem within any organization and age group.

Biography

Hi.... I'm Richard Humphrey

My career as a professional skater began in 1978 at the height of rollerdisco when I was selected to participate in a television pilot called, "Dancing Wheels," directed by Saul Zants Productions. That year, I formed a group of San Francisco based skaters called the, "Golden Rollers."

From 1980 to 1982, I performed in Sao Paulo, Brazil, annually in the San Francisco Fair, public performances on behalf of KSFX FM and acted as Program / Skating Director at San Francisco's Le Park skating rink. During 1982 to 1990, I appeared in performances before the San Francisco Ballet for Michael Smuin; by special invitation asked to appear as the opening act for comedian Ronny Schell and Phyllis Diller; television appearance on shows, "Evening Magazine" and "Real People."

From 1990 to 1995, I taught classes for University of California, San Francisco at the Third Wave Dance Studio, including seminars and Health Expositions. In 1995, I opened up my own Rollerdance Studio in San Francisco--the only one between here and New York, and currently teach about two classes a week.

From 1996-1997, I produced my first instructional video called, "Rollerdancing--A Workout on Skates," along with a step-by-step booklet. I performed in a Half-time show for the Oakland Skates Hockey team, and...by special request--choreographed dance steps for Olympic Gold Medalist--Kristi Yamaguchi. I also appeared in the October 1996 Issue of Ebony Magazine in an article about Rollerdancing.

In 1999, I received a patent on the Rollerdeck-Plus fitness machine. The videos and fitness machine are the product of my passion for fitness and skating.

I have worked as Damon Wayans Rollerdance Stunt Double and most recently appeared on the Dr. Oz Show in 2010 to teach him the steps of Rollerdance.

Contact Richard

Feel free to contact me with any questions about rollerskating!

rich@rollerdance.com