Suitable for beginners wanting to learn the basics of this traditional Spanish dance. You will learn basic rhythms in techniques such as posture, footwork, hand and arm movements including styling and expression.
By the end of term you will have learned a short routine you can perform with a high degree of confidence.
Shoes / A Cuban heel shoe or boots not higher than 2”. No flat shoes, trainers or stiletto shoes.
First Time? If you’d like to attend one of our classes, just turn up on the day. You don’t need to book a place or let us know you’re coming.
What should I wear? Anything comfortable that lets you move freely. You can wear tracksuit bottoms, leggings, t-shirts, and vests to most classes
15-minute rule: You won’t be allowed to join a class if you’re more than 15 minutes late. This is because you’ll have missed the warm-up, which increases your chance of injury.
Concessions: You can get a concession if you’re over 60, on income support, or in full-time education. Please note, you will need proof of ID.
Accessibility: We aim to make our classes accessible to everyone. Please call to discuss any support you might need.
16+ Dancers: We’ve extended adult classes to welcome 16 and 17-year-olds working at advanced levels. This is subject to agreement with the class tutor.
We’re on hand six days a week. Got a question – contact us on 0121 689 3170 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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