We offer a range of regular classes for age 3 and up and occasional workshops. Class Timetable is here. Typically the workshops run during school holidays.
Baby classes (ages 3-5)
Our popular age 3-5yr old classes main aim is to build a child’s confidence and co-ordination in a fun and creative setting.
They will learn how to interact with other children through movement and exercise. We encourage their creativity through games with and without music. They will learn dances to many of the well known Disney songs, nursery rhymes, pop songs and Hip Hop classics. The children can take part in our regular shows and although it is a very rewarding experience if you or they feel like they are not ready it is totally optional.
Boys only (ages 5+)
Our boys only classes is an opportunity for boys who often feel not confident enough to express that they have an interest in dance.
Quite often boys would attend my regular classes and be surrounded by girls and be put off, I felt it important not to lose their interest. In these popular classes they will learn all the Hip Hop styles such as locking and popping. With many male dance performers in the world today such as Diversity, Flawless, Chris Brown etc being so popular, dance for boys has become an accepted trend.
Street Dance classes (ages 5-20)
Our children’s street/hip hop classes main aim is to teach them the foundations and techniques of all styles of street and Hip Hop in an encouraging professional manner.
In these classes we cover all the latest styles including house, waacking, lyrical, commercial and all the regular old school hip hop, popping locking etc. In these classes regular attendance is vital as we are always working towards learning routines for regular shows.
NEW – Commercial/Jazz/Contemporary Classes (All Ages)
These new classes are for those dancers who want to take their experience as dancers further. These classes will cover a range of techniques to help strengthen their bodies and improve flexibility and performance.
Jazz and Contemporary exercises will be taught to enhance the dancer and they will also learn choreography which will go towards performances for our shows.
NEW – Beginners Open Ballet Classes (All Ages)
These brand new classes are for those who’ve never tried Ballet before and have been too scared to try an already established Ballet class. Taught by a fully qualified and experienced Ballet Teacher the classes start from age 3 up to 20yr olds.
If you are interested in Adult Ballet please get in touch as we are trying to build up interest to get one started.
Acrobatics is a class where the children will work on flexibility, strength and agility using many elements of gymnastic floorwork. There is more of a dance element to it where the children will learn balances and tricks with partners and in small groups.
Taught by a fully qualified teacher this a very popular class.
We have various Adult classes available which unfortunately aren’t shown on our current timetable.
Tuesdays – Dance Fit and LBT’s 9.30-11am at our studios taught by Bev Coe £6
Tuesdays – Street Dance 8-9pm at our studios alternatively taught by Jaynaya and Dani £4
Thursdays – Pilates Fit 10-11am at our studios taught by Jessica Marie £5.
These classes do only run school term times.
Professional workshops/Masterclasses. (All Ages)
It is very important for a dancer to get as much experience as possible in all genres. Dancers who live in London have amazing opportunities to learn from some of the best teachers/choreographers in the world. In Swansea it is difficult to get that experience. Therefore, I have brought some of the best teachers to Swansea. We had ‘Shabba Doo’ all the way from America who was one of the original pioneers of locking and popping. You may remember him from the 80’s film ‘Breakdance’. I feel it is important for our children to get as much experience as possible and am proud to say this is available to them.
Previous workshops include ‘Stuart Bishop of Rudeye Dance Agency‘, Kymberlee Jay,Zoonation, Urban Strides, Tashan Muir (Unity UK), Turbo (Got to Dance), Jeffrery (Flawless) and the ‘London Waacktitioners‘.