About This Workshop
This Workshop highlights two (2) dance styles – (1) Ballroom style and (1) Latin style (sometimes a smidgen more).
This program will expand your repertoire in a varied range of fun dance styles.
The styles taught change every for (4) weeks.
Due to the Corona Virus, all group classes are suspended till further notice.
Special Note: You DON’T have to come along to every Workshop. Come along to just ONE Workshop and get the basics and a small routine. Come along to ALL the Workshops and get LOTS of steps and a longer routine.
What Will I Learn?
- Basic, Intermediate and Advanced moves suitable for your experience;
- Visually exciting routines & choreography;
- Lead and Follow techniques;
- Floorcraft and dance etiquette.
When Can I Start?
Select your Style from any Tuesday in the list above, and come along a bit before 7.00pm sharp – we have Teachers for all levels waiting to assist.
Who Should Do This Workshop?
Each workshop provides several teachers looking after Beginners, Novice and Advanced dancers.
If you are a Beginner you can attend almost ANY workshop – we have dance teachers just waiting for you to come up the stairs!
If you’re a newer dancer, we start off with the basics and some fundamental figures to get you onto the floor quickly!
If you’re an experienced dancer we’ll give you suitable figures, routines and choreography to challenge you and keep your dancing interesting.
- All practical lessons PLUS guided Practica each session;
- Printed Workshop outline and choreography;
- Free access to online videos via the Studio App;
- Standing invitation to join in Club and other visists to practice your moves;
- Bonus free Practice Time in the Studio.
What to wear?
The 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.
These workshops can be paid by using your DanceCard:
- One only Workshop – $20;
- DanceCard of 5 Workshops – $80 ($16 per Workshop);
- DanceCard of 11 Workshops – $160 (about $14.50 per Workshop)
DanceCards last 12 months. Every time you attend a Workshop we “click” your DanceCard. If say, you need to work and can’t come along to your regular Workshop, YOU DON’T LOOSE IT. This way you come along to suit YOUR schedule!