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If you’ve been thinking to yourself, This is the year I’m finally going to take a dance class, then you’re in luck! Dancing has become a popular exercise option instead of F45 or HIIT for people all over the city of Sydney! Lucky for us, there are many Sydney dance classes offered, from beginners courses to more intermediate and advanced level classes. There are even fun dance classes for kids. So, if you’re just starting out, it’s only going to get more exciting and fun from here!
If you’re not sure how to get started or even what kind of dance styles you’re interested in, we at Classbento want to make the process easier for you. This guide is going to tell you everything you need to know about the various types of dance classes you can sign up for this year. If it sounds interesting, why not try it out? All of our instructors are friendly and want you to have a good time.
Check out some of these courses:
• Beginner’s Dance Class with Rhiannon Blanche
This one hour class will teach you the basics of Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical or Contemporary Dance, but don’t be intimidated. Rhiannon has a gift for making dance fun for all ages. The class can accommodate up to 18 students, and it’s recommended that you wear tight, flexible clothes and appropriate footwear (socks, ballet shoes, or Jazz shoes).
The class is in Curl Curl, but Rhiannon can also travel up fo 30km to meet you where you’re most comfortable!
If you’re looking for something more akin to an extreme workout class, head on over to Alexandria for a fun Rumba class. Rumba is a style of Colombian dance that pulls from Champeta, Reggaeton, Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Cumbia, Africano, and Samba, and if you don’t know what any of those are, don’t worry about it. Just know that it’s upbeat, fast-paced, and lots and lots of fun. The class will start out with slowed-down instruction and then you’ll get a chance to show your stuff and work up a sweat.
This one-hour class is available upon request or when classes are posted.
• Bollywood Dance Class with Garima Rawat
If you’ve every watched a Bollywood film, you probably thought about how cool it would be to learn the dance moves. And now, in just one hour, you can! Garima will show you the steps and have you dancing along to Bollywood music in no time!
Head on over to Dulwich Hill to start enjoying Bollywood films in a new way!
• Kpop Private Dance Class with Mitchel Yee
Kpop is taking over the world with its captivating music and great dance moves. This one-on-one hour-long class is amazing for anyone from beginners to the more advanced who want to learn how to join the kpop craze. All that you need to do is show up with a water bottle, towel, and comfortable clothes because it will definitely be a workout.
Mitchel generally holds his classes in Campsie but is willing to travel. Don’t miss out on this great workshop!
• Open Hiphop Dance Lessons with Jeffery Hu
Hiphop may feel like one of those things that you’re either good at or not, but Jeffery is an expert at proving that idea wrong. His engaging and pressure-free hour-long workshops allow students to find their own movement through the traditional steps of hiphop. No prior experience required.
This class takes place in Campsie or within 7km.
• Contemporary Dance Workshop with Emmet Ng
Emmet is all about blending the new with the traditional for a wonderful, engaging class. You’ll learn the new techniques of modern dance along with ballet so that your dancing is always improving.
This one and a half hour class takes place in Alexandria.
• Basic Steps for Latin Rhythms Dance Class with Fanny Moreno
Head on over to Epping to spend an hour and a half learning how to dance to Latin music with Fanny. It’s a great, friendly atmosphere where you’ll learn the basic steps to a variety of Latin-based dance styles. Classes are generally small, with no more than 5 students.
• Salsa, Zumba, Reggaeton, Hip Hop Dance Class with Stefano Luzi
Last but not least, you’ll definitely want to check out this high-energy dance class with Stefano in Stanmore. This class can get quite large, with up to 30 people, and that’s because it is an hour of pure fun.
With all of these wonderful dance options available, there’s no better time to find your inner rhythm. You’ll have fun, you’ll get a good workout, and you’ll meet great people.