Adult Classes info

argentine tango

Argentine Tango

For any enquiries, or to register for the autumn  term please contact Michelle on 07854 538 014

Classes normally run on Sunday evening at 6.30 pm.
For details & for all other enquiries please email us with your details.

Ballroom & Latin

At Dance Workshop we work hard to help you get the best learning experience we can give you. Our classes aren’t too large so you will receive individual attention and guidance as you learn. If you are an absolute beginner with no dance experience at all, watch out for our introductory courses. Coming with a partner is preferred.

All classes should be booked in advance. Classes last for one hour.

NEW Ballroom and Latin INTRO Course starting Thursday 13th September and Friday 14th - See Courses

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For more details &  for all other enquiries please email us info@dance-workshop.co.uk

What to wear?

Wear normal day clothes and a change of shoes or dance shoes. Shoes should have a thin sole and provide easy movement.
No black rubber soles – trainers, boots or flip flops are not suitable.

Classical Ballet

Classical ballet classes IDTA based with an element of free work are available from BEGINNERS to ADVANCED . We encourage adults of all ages either with no experience at all or those who just want to come back to ballet after leaving it off. It is never too late to benefit from the discipline of ballet for those who have always wanted to learn. Ballet encourages strength, suppleness and stamina; in the classes the focus is on correct alignment and strengthening the core central muscles.

Adult ballet weekly classes 

Intro to Ballet NEW COURSE Tuesdays 8.30 starting September 12th See courses

Level 2: 6.30 pm Tuesdays
Level 3: 7.30 pm Tuesdays
Level 4: 6.30 pm Tuesdays  Please note - all classes require booking in advance

For all other enquiries please email us

What to wear:

Tights or tight leggings in order for the teacher to see the lines of the body.
Ballet shoes are available to order.

commercial dance

Commercial Dance

Jazz funk classes, with Helen Calcutt, combine hip-hop, street and jazz (Fosse) to create musical, dynamic routines.  Classes focus on musicality and precision in choreography with performance and expression –  a great class for dancers who would like to work within the commercial industry – or those who need a bit of Beyonce-ness in their day!

NEW COMMERCIAL DANCE INTRO COURSE  - See Courses

INTERMEDIATE Class: Wednesdays 6.30pm £7.00                                                                               N.B.Intermediate Commercial class requires up to 2 years experience in jazz /street or modern dance.

 

For details & for all other enquiries please email us with your details.

Cuban Salsa

The beauty of learning Salsa in a studio rather than a club is that you get more correction, more tuition in technique, more space (usually) and more chance to go over steps and patterns at your own pace. The classes give every student a chance to develop their technique to a high standard at a pace suitable to them in a fun and easy going environment                                                                                                                                      

Level 3/4 Combined  Salsa, Son, Rueda and Cha Cha Cha class 7.45pm                                                           

Level 3 Salsa 8.45 pm     

Next 6 week intro course see courses

For all other enquiries please email us

What you should wear:
Dance shoes are preferable; soft comfortable shoes are acceptable for initial classes. No boots, black rubber soles, flip-flops or stiletto heels.
Bring a change of shoes as we don’t allow shoes worn straight off the street.
egyptian belly dance

Egyptian Belly Dance

In our Egyptian dance classes at The Dance Workshop, we teach classical, baladi and shaabi styles. In beginners class the focus will be on simple technique of steps and arm movements and  simple dance routines. For ladies only.

Wednesday Evenings

Level 3 class 6.30 pm

Level 2 class 7.30 pm

NEXT INTRO Egyptian Dance course  see courses

(Booking is essential for all above classes)

For more details & for all other enquiries please email us

What to wear:

Comfortable soft flow skirt or trousers (NO jeans) and top that is easy to move in but is not too baggy, bare feet, band or scarf for the hips.
NO jingly costumes please.

jive

Jive/Swing

Open Beginner Level - Mondays 6.30 pm. 

Mixed Levels  Mondays 7.30 pm  Cost: £7.50

What should I wear?

Just wear normal comfortable, casual dress that you can move easily in.

flat shoes for ladies is recommended but Latin dance shoes  are fine also. Please bring shoes to change into – We do not allow shoes worn straight off the street in the dance studios. They should be comfortable and have a thin sole that doesn’t ‘stick’ to the floor.

Do I need a partner?

No you don’t. Many of our students come on their own and then some come as partners. It’s fine either way.

lindy-hop

Pilates

A reasonable level of fitness is required for general classes. Anyone wishing to attend Pilates at The Dance Workshop should establish their level with the teacher before attending class and go over any health issues beforehand. There are regular introductory courses for those with no previous experience.

NEW INTRO COURSE Monday 6th April - 6.30 pm - see courses 

Beginners Level 1 - 8.30 pm                                                                                                                                  Improvers Level 2 - Monday 7.30 pm                                                                                                              Intermediate Level 3: 6.30pm                                                                                                                       

Mixed Levels gentle pace Pilates Tuesday 10.30 am                                                                                                             

Level 3 Pilates Fridays 9.45 am All classes require advanced booking - email us for details or to discuss levels etc

What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing such as jogging bottoms and a t-shirt or leotard, with a sweatshirt to keep you warm at the beginning of class. A towel is useful to rest your head on and a mat. (If you do not have a suitable mat, they are available to use at The Dance Workshop). Bare feet or socks.

T'ai Chi

Anyone wishing to attend T'ai Chi at The Dance Workshop should establish their level with the teacher before attending class and go over any health issues beforehand.
Cost is determined by the teachers.

Monday: 8.30pm - Open class - Lee style with Gerry Smith
Wednesday: 9.30am - Yang style with Pauline Fletcher

For all other enquiries please email us with your details.

What should I wear?

Comfortable clothing such as jogging bottoms and a t-shirt or leotard, with a sweatshirt to keep you warm at the beginning & end of classes. Bare feet or socks.

tap

Tap

If you want to get more energy and verve, this class is for you! The classes all focus on good rhythm work, technique and dance routines. Beginner’s class teaches the basic vocabulary of tap with very simple routines; level two begins to develop slightly more demanding technique and routines whereas the intermediate/advanced or level 3 class is for more experienced dancers, who enjoy a fast paced, rhythmical challenge. Tap classes are on Tuesday evening. The next  INTRO TO TAP to be announced soon. 

INTRO TO TAP - 6 week course 7.30 pm. Intro price £39.00 (started) 

Level 2 -  Tuesdays 7.30 pm;  Level 3 -  Tuesdays 6.30 pm ; 

For details & for all other enquiries please email us

What should I wear?

All you need is a pair of tap shoes and a sense of rhythm! If you don’t have tap shoes and want to try it out anyway, we would advise that you wear smooth soled shoes with a small heel. Should you want to buy any tap shoes, we have a good range available at various prices.