Two people dancing together, moving to the music in harmony, can be in a world of their own.
Dancing has gone through many changes in recent years yet the magic feeling that can be generated by two people dancing with each other never changes. Our specialty is the art of two people dancing together. A social art if you like.
Some people, when they hear music, their feelings go to dancing. Tango? Yes, there’s that. Or Salsa. Swing, Jive, Rock’n’roll? Or the Waltz? Even Old Time dancing, too. Do we do all these dances? Of course.
We are the dancing people: Wedding dance, ballroom, waltz or tango, Latin, salsa, rock’n’roll, old time, new vogue and most of the dances people do together, we are here to help you understand them. And dance them.
There are many reasons you may want to take up dancing. For pleasure, exercise and sport and so many other . . so here’s just 10
- Often when there’s a wedding in the wind; for you or your family or friend.
- To keep fit, mentally and physically with social interaction and aerobic and weight bearing exercise.
- For the love of dancing.
- To please your partner.
- For the love of music.
- For the feeling it gives.
- For a new hobby.
- To learn a new dance style.
- A beginner wants to do more.
- Because it sounds like fun I want to give dancing a try.
Dancing is our first passion so you’re with good people right here.
HOT LATIN NIGHTS: Each and every Thursday evening at 7.30 (sharp)through 2019 you can join a hot, aerobic dance night. Instruction, beginners class, advanced class and Latin dancing galore.
WEDDINGS: If it’s a wedding you can expect people will be dancing. The bride and groom, usually, are expected to dance together and that is usually a very special event. And then most of the guests, at some time, will quite likely dance.
Often men especially, but not only men, women too, have no understanding of partner dancing. You can do it. Dancing can look hard: But that’s an illusion. We can break it down to “simple”. With just a step to the side and the bride can turn in her wedding gown.
If you have a move you like to do, and have done already, or seen, we can incorporate that into your wedding dance.
With hands-on help from senior sympathetic understanding coaches you can do it with style. (Don’t be the one to be on the dance floor without a plan).
Most couples have a private special lesson with steps and moves to their own special music. Steps and moves (choreography) can be tailored to suit your own choice in song and music. Hundreds of couples have been successful in their wedding dance with this method. If you have no song we can help you select one.
You may decide to have your bridal party, even your guests come and learn too. Remember though it is best for the bride and groom to have a session first so you are a step ahead of the others. These dance moves, too, can be made simple and easy, it is your choice. The people helping you have a lot of flying hours under their belt and have many ways to specially help.
SALSA: Group classes are held on Thursday evenings at 7.30. A beginner class, too, every class night. Private lessons can be arranged at times to suit you.
Rock’n’Roll, Swing, Jive, Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba, Zumba, and more: Group classes also 7.30 Thursday evenings. (Beginner class available.) Private lessons can be arranged.
SOCIAL BALLROOM: Waltz, Tango, Quickstep, Viennese Waltz and Foxtrot are some of the dances: Group classes are Wednesday evenings at 7.30. [Beginner class at 7.30 every Wednesday]. Private lessons available at a time to suit you.
New Vogue, Old Time and Sequence Dancing: Group classes Monday evenings at 7.30. Private lessons can be booked at a time suitable to you.
Social Events: Every Saturday evening is a social, practice and DANCE night. 7.30 start.
You’ll learn faster with a one-on-one session with your coach. You can arrange a private lesson at a time to suit you. Bookings 7 days a week. Weekends too.
Pricing: All group classes and social events are $15, Private lessons $70.
find us at St John’s Lutheran Church Hall, there’s large signage on Nicholas Street, Ipswich.
ST JOHN’S CHURCH HALL, 79 NICHOLAS ST, IPSWICH, [off Roderick St], 4305
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No lock-in contracts or fixed terms. It is pay as you learn at your own pace.