Cha Cha Cha — Waltz — Tango — Slow Foxtrot — Quickstep — Samba — Viennese Waltz — Jive — Rumba — Paso Doble
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We offer 8 weekly Ballroom & Latin American dance classes, catering to a range of ability levels, from absolute beginners to advanced.
Our courses are usually 12 weeks long, providing our customers with a substantial amount of tuition, which allows participants to improve their dancing and progress to a higher standard. We have three terms a year, split up into Autumn (September-December), Winter (January-April) and Summer (May-July) terms.
There is no dance dress code, but you are recommended to wear firm shoes; trainers, sandals and flip flops are not advisable. Clothing is best to be loose fitting, giving good freedom of movement. If you decide you wish to purchase a pair of dance shoes, we will gladly provide you with advice.
Twice a year, your dancing skills can be put to good use at our Summer or Winter Social Dance events, held at Harpenden Public Hall. They are nights which sometimes include live music from specialst dance bands and are always hugely popular.
We are confident you will enjoy dancing with us, please call us for professional advice and recommendation of the most suitable course for you. Subject to arrangement, we are happy for potential dancers to view a lessons in progress or to try before paying for the whole term.
Our full timetable of group lessons, as well as online booking details are available here.
For any more details about our group lessons, please contact us directly.
What should I wear?
Dance shoes are preferred. However, comfortable office shoes should be sufficient. Trainers and flip-flops are not suitable. Please avoid high-heeled shoes.
Should you wear a skirt, please ensure it does not restrict your freedom of movement.
What sort of age are the dancers?
We have dancers from all ages above 18!
Is it possible to view a class in progress?
Yes, there is always the chance to view a class in progress, as long as we are informed beforehand.