Beginner Latin American & Social Dance Class
PLEASE NOTE WE HAVE MOVED TO 114 CUBA STREET - ACROSS FROM WALDERGRAVE STR
Choice of either
Tuesday 20th April 7.30 to 8.30 with Louise
Wednesday 21st April 8.30 to 9.30pm with Mike
Dancing is like the alphabet. Once you’ve learnt the basics you can put them together in several combinations. In the beginners class you gain the idea of how to move and develop as you go along.
Beyond that, all you need is a willingness to let yourself go.
Venue: Tempo+ 114 Cuba Street (formerly Easidance) 168 Fitzherbert Ave, Opp the Ambassador Motel
Plenty of off street parking
Cost: $75pp for 6 week term
Instructor: Louise Ghiakopian MNZFTD SATD BB LA NV
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IMPROVER LATIN & SOCIAL BALLROOM CLASS
Wednesdays 6.30 to 7.30pm
If you went to a Beginners Latin American and Social Ballroom class, you’ll normally want to go to Improvers next. h.
The Improvers course builds on the material taught in beginners and teaches more choreography in the dances you have learnt
If you are coming back after a breaking taking this course is a good way to refresh your memory.
Venue: EasiDance Studio 168 Fitzherbert Ave, Opp the Ambassador Motel Plenty of off street parking
Cost: 6 week term $75 (EFTPOS unavailable) Wed
For information or to register for this course
Clothing & Footwear
It does not matter what you wear as long as you are comfortable. Neat causal is good. It is best of avoid flip flops, 6 inch heels or boots.
Already Know how to Dance
Improver courses are offered to those looking to take their dancing to the next level. These help to build on the basics you already know from the beginner class while helping you to improve your technique.
Private Lessons for First Dance or Special Occasion
Here we choreography a routine to your choice of music and endeavour to ensure that couples are not only confident with their wedding dance but will derive joy from dancing it on the big day. The son you choose should be selected on the basis of your and your partners likes and dislikes.
Frequently asked question is “how many lessons will I need”.
This depends largely on the ability of the individuals and especially on the need to have home practice before each lesson. Practice ensures that even though the steps may not be technically perfect the couple look comfortable delivering them.