Phone: 0413 063 593 | 55 Towerhill Rd, Frankston South, VIC
Dancein2Shape offers a new kind of Fitness through Zumba. Zumba fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves to create a one-of-a-kind fitness program that feels like Fitness Party. Zumba takes the 'work' out of a 'workout'Dance Classes Frankston South Dance Frankston South Fitness Frankston South Exercise Frankston South Salsa Frankston South
Phone: 0416 560 466 | The Cavill Centre Langwarrin Primary School 90 Warrandyte Road, Langwarrin South, VIC
Dream. Dance. Discover. We offer classes in Jazz, Classical, Tap and Contemporary. Catering to all abilities and specialising in entry level students of all ages. All classes at J.A.D.E.S offer students the opportunity to create, explore and enjoy dance.Langwarrin South Dance ClassesDance Langwarrin South Classical Langwarrin South Contemporary Langwarrin South Classes Langwarrin South
Ministry of Swing have a group of wonderful dancers who would love to perform at your local function. We can arrange to do a class so all your guests can join in the fun. This a great way to liven up any party! Ministry of Swing instructors can teach a variety of dance styles including: Swing, Salsa, Merengue, Rhumba, Jitterbug, Charleston, Tango, Samba, Rock n Roll, Ballroom, Kids, Rock Video, Jazz and Lyrical
Showbiz Dance prides itself on being a friendly and professional dance studio. Offering top quality instruction and great value for money! Established in 1972 it is Frankston's longest running and most successful Dance Studio. A great option for the Absolute Beginner or the Intermediate dancer is the Thursday night class at 7.30pm. You can take part in an hour long instructional class and then stay on for another hour of supervised practise and the opportunity to socialize.
A dance class Frankston South is simply as it says - a class in which you can learn to dance! The types of dance classes are varied - from swing, jazz, waltz, salsa, ballet to disco just to name a few.
There are many reasons to join a dance class. Firstly, it gets you moving and we know that exercise is great for our physical and mental health. It is also a great way to meet new people and socialise. It is also a great way to keep your mind active as you utilise your brain to master the moves. Last but not least, it is fun!
Even if you live in a small town there is likely to be a dance class in your town or region. Many towns offer ballet classes for children, which can be great for providing activities for your children. Guides such as Local business Guide, newspapers or sometimes posters within your local community will help you find out what is available in your local region.
The cost of dance classes vary. For very specialised small dancing groups it may cost approximately $50, however there are some dancing groups which may only cost you a small donation to cover costs.
Most dance studios have a number of classes ranging from beginner to advanced levels. This means that if you do have previous experience with a particular kind of dance then you can take part in a class which is tailored to your level of skill.