Looking to start your first dance experience, but don’t know which one to choose?
No worries! We have a wide range of dance styles which you can choose from:
The Latin American dances are very energetic, playful and sexy. It consists of 5 dances – Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba, Paso Doble and Jive. These dances are taught within the ISTD syllabus, and also taught for competitions as well.
The Standard Ballroom dances are elegant, classy, and very Victorian feel. It consists of 5 dances – Slow Waltz, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz and Quickstep. These dances are taught within the ISTD syllabus, and also taught for competitions as well.
The Latin Social dances are useful for public dancefloors. It consists of various dances – Salsa, Merengue, Argentine Tango, Bachata are to name a few. These dances are taught within the ISTD syllabus, and also taught for social floors and special occasions.
If you’re looking for a more youthful, trendy dance, then Hip Hop is for you! This dance is suitable for all ages, and it ranges from different levels and styles. These dances are taught within the ISTD syllabus, and also taught for performances and occasions.
A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class. It’s perfect for everybody and every body! Each Zumba® class is designed to bring people together to sweat it on.
It’s no wonder why most women who try belly dancing get really, really into it: Not only is it one sexy skill, but it’s also an impossibly fun way to burn calories, and we all know how rare it is to find a fitness routine that’s actually enjoyable. If that alone isn’t enough to convince you to give it a chance, we assure you that the pros of belly dancing don’t end there. According to a new study, belly dancing can also be key in helping you cultivate a better body image than ever before.
K-pop (abbreviation of Korean pop; Hangul: 케이팝) is a genre of popular music originating in South Korea. While the modern form of K-pop can be traced back to the early 90s, the term itself has been popularized since the 2000s, replacing the term Gayo (가요), which also refers to domestic pop music in South Korea. Although it generally indicates “popular music” within South Korea, the term is often used in a narrower sense to describe a modern form of South Korean pop that is influenced by styles and genres from around the world, such as experimental, rock, jazz, gospel, hip hop, R&B, reggae, electronic dance, folk, country, and classical on top of its traditional Korean music roots.
Salsa is a Latin dance associated with the music genre of the same name which originated in the 1960s in New York City. Salsa is an amalgamation of Cuban dances that were popular in the ballrooms and nightclubs of Havana by the end of the 1950s (e.g. “casino”, mambo and pachanga), as well as American jazz dances.
Street Jazz Dance
The style called Street Jazz is a combination of several dance techniques.
The Teacher – creates it as a unique combination of Jazz dance technique and various elements of the street styles such as Hip Hop and R & B as a unique fusion style
Private classes are perfect for those of you who are looking to learn different dances within your own pace and time slot. We provide private sessions for wedding couples, commercial dancers, corporate events and many more. Please contact us for more info!