So What’s This All About?

Trying something new is usually challenging – and learning to dance doubly so!

Or maybe you’ve been away from dancing for a while, maybe you’d like to try a new Studio? Doesn’t matter if you’re a new or experienced dancer, this offer is available to you.

We want you to feel confident with the Studio and our Teaching Staff before you pay out any of your hard earned dollars.

So we’ve put together this Free Trial Lesson  program so you can come along, get the feel of the Studio, meet us, and generally get the idea of what learning to dance is all about.

This is a Complete Lesson

Your Free Trial Workshop is one of our regular classes, not some “watered down” “taster”.

Just make sure that the Workshop or Class you want to attend is appropriate for your level of experience. If you’ve never danced before, then say, attending an Advanced Salsa class probably wouldn’t be fun.

Full details of days and times of the Classes and Workshops are available above in the “What’s On” menu link, these details are also include in the email confirmation we’ll send you when you Register for your FREE Trial – but your options include:

  • Argentine Tango
  • Latin & Ballroom
  • Cuban Salsa
  • Rueda

Your choice!

No Partner Required

It’s nice to have a regular partner to practice with, but you DON’T need one to come along to these classes.

During the Class we’ll frequently change partners so you’ll get to dance with a range of new friends!

What to wear?

Ladies Latin Dance ShoesThe Studio is fully air conditioned, but you’ll probably get hot, so layers are good. We suggest neat comfortable clothing – preferably NOT gym wear.

As to footwear, the top of the “wish list” is leather soled dance shoes, but many new dancers don’t have them (yet ;-).

Ladies, any comfortable shoe, but avoid platform soles (no flexibility), plastic soles (they slide on the polished wood floors), or shoes that don’t capture your heel (might come off in a spin). A court shoe works just fine.

Men, again, any comfortable shoe, preferably with a leather soles.

In any case, even sneakers will be OK for your first Workshops, and then you can decide which way you’d like to go.

How Much?

Nada, nic, inenting, niets – NOTHING – we’ll simply ask that we can send you (at least one) Dance Updates. You can unsubscribe at ANY time after that (we hope you don’t).