Teenage Dance Classes
Monday and Friday Nights
Casual Classes -$15 per person (discounts for 3 or more classes per night)
We teach a wide variety of styles, from Salsa, Cha Cha and Jive, thru to Tango and social dances.
Teenage classes are style specific, with the opportunity to attend several classes in the one night. This is especially handy for VCE students, who can maintain some physical activity, without interferring with study time.
“Graduation” days are held 3 times a year, with a party night to celebrate afterwards.
New students and parents are invited to drop in at any time to view our classes, and see for yourself how much fun the classes are.
Be warned - Its never quiet on Fridays!
Beginner refers to someone who has never danced, or has done less than 12 months of classes.
Children generally attend 1 class per week when first starting, so 30 minutes a week of learning and 30 minutes of social dancing. In their 1st 12 months this adds up to approx 20 hours.
Intermediate is a broad term,covering everyone from 12 months to several years.
Advanced classes should only be attended after discussion with a teacher. An advanced class assumes certain skills have been developed, and attendance without these skills can destroy fragile egos and self confidence.
Some teens prefer to attend adult classes instead, or as well as Friday night classes. This is encouraged, both to improve skills and develop better social interactions.
Adult Classes are held every Monday and Tuesday evening, catering to a variety of skill levels and styles. Teens are welcome to participate in classes on either, or both days. Many students enjoy attending the same class on both nights, to further improve the skills they learn.
We offer discounts for people attending multiple classes (3 classes on tuesdays for example), and for those who want to attend several classes each week, a Class Membership is the way to go.
Differently Abled Students
Our staff work with children and adults with special needs regularly, and often they are very happy in the mainstream classes. While we encourage all students to attend our classes, regardless of ability, some students need more attention than others.
Please call or email for assistance with your specific requirements.