This fun class is a mixture or dances from both the latin and ballroom
dance styles. Start with your basicis, then build on these with fun
moves that will get you dancing on the social floor! Latin dances include...
Cha Cha Cha, Samba, Jive, Rumba, Paso DobleBallroom dances include...
Waltz, Quickstep, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, Vienesse Waltz
7pm - 8pm Beginners (Next Course: Waltz / Rumba / Jive)
8pm - 9pm Intermediate (Next Course: Waltz / Rumba / Jive)
9pm - 10pm Advanced(Next Course: Cha Cha / Slow Foxtrot)
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ABOUT THE CLASSES...
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2 x 8 Week Courses...
Beginners A:Waltz, Rumba, Jive
Beginners B:Slow Foxtrot, Cha Cha Cha, Samba
Fun class for absolute beginners.
No previous dance experience required. Beginners is completed over 16
weeks in two individual courses which can be completed in any order.
Each course focuses on only 3 dance styles at a time. This is important
in allowing students the time to get comfortable with the basic
movements of the key dances prior to moving to the intermediate level. Social dancing songs are always played after class... great for practising those moves you just learnt!
2 x 8 Week Courses
Intermediate A:Waltz, Rumba, Jive
Intermediate B:Tango, Cha Cha Cha, Samba
Challenge yourself with new combos.
Learn new dance patterns and build on those steps you've learnt in our
beginners classes. We also instroduce a new dance, the Tango. You will build your confidence and may even start
doing more social dancing out and about. Intermediate in completed over 16
weeks in two individual courses which can be completed in any order.Social dancing songs are always played after class... great for practising those moves you just learnt!
8 Week Course
Take your dancing to the next level.
This class is for those dancers who are comfortable with all dance
steps in our Beginners & Intermediate Level Classes, or for
experienced Latin & Ballroom dancers. We will focus on 2 dance styles at a time (1 Latin, 1 Ballroom), developing fun choreographies and dance patterns while building on your
technique - allowing you to be the best dancer you can be. Social dancing songs are always played after class... great for practising those moves you just learnt!
WHAT TO WEAR?
Shoes: Comfortable Shoes - avoid sneakers/runners or sticky
rubber soles. Latin & Ballroom shoes are ideal.(No Stiletto's Please)