Timetable from November 2021
Our timetable of classes includes many types of dance and fitness for a variety of skill levels.
We regularly update our timetable, so check back often to make sure you don’t miss out on a new class opportunity.
All of our classes are payable half termly, usually in a block of 5-7 weeks.
7.30pm Level 3 with Jane
11.25am Gentle Ballet Fitness with Rachel (no jumps/turns and no ballet experience required)
6pm Beginner Level with Liz Y
7.05pm General Level with Liz Y
8pm **NEW** Advanced Level with Liz Y
Starts 3rd November
Ideal for professional dancers, performers and dance teachers
10am Level 3 with Rachel
11.15am Level 2 with Rachel
All ballet classes are 1 hour in duration
6.35pm Beginner Level with Sophie
1.25pm Level 2 with Sophie
8.15pm Advanced with Sophie
6.30pm Level 2 with Daisy
7.30pm Level 3 with Daisy
Class duration 45 minutes
Definitely not your usual Pilates class, Sharon has an imaginative approach to teaching, using small equipment in creative ways.
10.15am Intermediate with Sharon
6.30pm Intermediate with Sharon
Class duration 1 hour
12.15pm DanceFit with Liz S (a mixture of aerobics, body conditioning and easy dance steps) - no dance experience required
9.30am Circuit Training with Carl (on Zoom)
9am Circuit Training/HIIT with Carl (on Shalford Common or in the studio if the weather is awful!)
All Fitness classes are 45 minutes with the exception of DanceFit, which is 1 hour
PT sessions with Carl can also be arranged
If you would like a dance choreographed for your special day, please get in touch. It's advisable to make contact at least a couple of months in advance of your wedding date, if you'd like a choreographed routine. Or if you'd like a couple of lessons to learn some basic moves, to avoid the awkward swaying on the dance floor(!), this can also be arranged.
Keep an eye on the website or our Facebook page for upcoming weekend classes.
Children's classes are taught by Sophie Hamilton. Please visit www.hamiltondanceacademy.co.uk for more information.
Explanation of levels
Beginner - no experience at all in the dance style.
Level 1 - you will have done a beginner class for a term or two, or you may have done a little a long time ago and need a refresher.
Level 2 - you will have be dancing for a couple of years and are confident in all the basics.
Level 3 - you will have been dancing for a good few years and are confident in all aspects of the dance style, or you may have trained to a high standard several years ago and have taken a break.
General level - somewhere between Levels 2 and 3
Advanced - speaks for itself!
Fitness classes - these are generally for everyone and can be modified to suit your ability.