What should I wear?
Like any event, there’s always the fear of being over/under dressed. For a dance class, it’s appropriate to wear something comfortable and easy to move in. You don’t have to show up in your finest but you can wear something you look and feel confident in! As far as shoes go, make sure they’re clean and comfy. Shoes with thin, smooth soles and short heels are great for dancing, please try to avoid trainers as these can grip the floor and lead to knee injuries
When will I be able to progress?
That is entirely up to you, although the teachers may encourage you to move on, they can not force you. It is up to you when you are ready to move to the next level. If you feel that you have mastered all the steps in A Class then you can move onto B class and so on.
If you are not confident, then you can, if you wish attend two classes for a discounted price. This will aid in reminding you of the basics, and then taking you a stage further in the same evening.
As dance instructors, we’re here to create a relaxing, non-judgemental environment for you to learn and create. If you have a question or feel any discomfort during the lesson, feel free to talk to your instructor. We will not force anything upon you and we won’t push you beyond your abilities. We want this to be a fun, enriching experience for you and we’ll do anything to make it that way!
Do I need a partner?
You do not need a partner to join in any of our classes, time permitting, we have trained staff ready to partner up with you. Ballroom and Latin steps can be learnt solo or the option of dancing with another member of the class.
How do I pay?
You can pay as you go, or can pay a discounted price for the entire course on the first night of the course. We also offer a discounted price if you attend more than one social class during that evening.