No bookings are required for group classes. Just show up and you can
join. If you would like private lessons or a sample lesson, you must
make a booking with one of our dance instructors in advance.
Yes, you can attend most group classes on a casual basis. However, to
do intermediate Street Latin, you must enroll in advance.
All group classes are $15 for a casual visit, $25 for two consecutive
group classes and $135 for a ten-class frequent user card. Private
lessons are $75 for 55 minutes. A package is available for $350 ($450
value), which includes 5 private lessons and 5 group classes.
Yes, we have a couple of promotions. We offer a complimentary half an
hour sample private lesson in any style - just book in advance with one
of our instructions.All students receive 10% off any casual group
class. We also have various promotions running throughout the year. Call
us on 9662 4339 to find out which promotions we have.
Yes, we sell gift vouchers. Dance classes is an excellent gift idea
for birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas or as an engagement present to
the bride and groom to be!
There is no dress code for our classes. You should wear comfortable
clothes. For classes involving stretching (such as jazz), wear loose
clothes that you would normally wear to the gym (no tight clothes or
skirts). For Latin and Street Latin classes, girls can wear skirts that
twirl as they look nice and enhance the movement of the body when you
If you are a beginner, you can wear any comfortable shoes. It is best
to have shoes that are fitted to your feet such as sports shoes or
ballet flats. Thongs are not preferable. Along the track, if you want to
get more technical and improve your leg lines, it is always best to buy
proper dancing shoes appropriate to the style you are doing (e.g.
Jazz/Ballet shoes or Latin shoes). We can advise you on what shoes you
would need and the best places to buy them.
Absolutely. We have male and female students in all our classes
across all age groups. It is never too late or early to start dancing.
Any dance style will improve your fitness, strength and health in the
long term. Dancing is a very good substitute for the gym and you can
get fit while you are having fun! Generally, if you want a class which
focuses more on body dynamics and toning the body, Jazz, Ballet and
Contemporary would be the most appropriate styles for you
All dance genres will improve your flexibility in a certain way. But,
if you are to select a particular style which is really focused on
stretching, improving your muscle tone and flexibility, Jazz would be
the best style for this since there is a stretching session involved in
In any sort of style, you can meet like-minded people as you will
have a common interest to dance, whether that dance is Latin, Hip-Hop or
Jazz. However, if you are looking for a dance to dance at social
events, a partner dance would be more appropriate such as Latin,
Ballroom, New Vogue or Street Latin
Everybody is different and the length it will take one to become a
good dancer is dependent on the pace they will go at, the level they
will begin at and what lessons they will take (group or private). A
person's goal will be the most fundamental aspect in determining how far
he or she will go and how good he or she will become. Whether you just
want to learn a few basic steps, do technical exams or compete in
Dancesport will determine how professional and 'good' you will become.
This depends on your musicality and also whether you like to dance
solo or with a partner
It depends on how long you have been dancing and if you have stopped
dancing for a period of time. It is always good to consult with the
teacher before you make this decision
No. All classes have a mixture of male and female students. All
students dance with one another in most classes.
If you want to keep on going and advancing with your dancing, or
learning techniques and styling, or even if you are thinking of dancing
competitively, medal exams can be a great pathway to do that.
As a beginner, you can start with a Bronze medal in your preferred
style(s) and advance to Silver (Intermediate), Gold (Advanced 1), Gold
Bar (Advanced 2) and Gold Star (Advanced 3). You can continue the medal
process even after Gold Star to reach the professional level, but most
of the students choose to take on the art of Dancesport competitively
after the Gold Star medal. All the medals are given by the Australian
Dancing Society (ADS) and are recognized world-wide.
There are two major social nights a year which incorporate medal
examinations (usually one in June/July and one in December). Apart from
that, we organize a social night every two or so months.