Latin & Ballroom Beginners Timetable
Next beginners class starts Thursday 1 March, 6pm, in St Mary's Hall
|Beginners term 2||Wednesday||8.30pm - 9.30pm||continues Jan 2018||St Philip Evans Church, Llanedeyrn|
|Beginners term 2||Wednesday||6.30pm - 7.30pm||continues Jan 2018||St Philip Evans Church, Llanedeyrn|
|Complete Beginners||Thursday||6pm - 7pm||1 March 2018||St Mary's Parish Hall|
|Term Dates||Mid Term Break|
|3 January - 29 March 2018||19-25 Feb|
£6.50 per person, £13.00 per couple
HALF TERM (6 CLASSES):
£32.50 per person, £65.00 per couple.
(Pay for 5 get 6th week free*)
WHOLE TERM (12 CLASSES):
£65 per person, £130 per couple.
(Pay for 10 get 2 weeks free *)
*Price applies to 6 or 12 consecutive weeks paid up front at time of booking - no refunds available.
Beginners classes explained
COMPLETE BEGINNERS (TERM 1)
This 12-week course is suitable for complete beginners with no previous dance experience. At the end of the course you will have a basic social routine in four dances which you will be able to dance with a partner, to music.
The course is progressive: each week, you will revise what was taught the previous week as well as learning something new. If you wish to join part-way through this course, a bit of experience in some sort of dance would be useful.
BEGINNERS TERM 2
To join this class, ideally you need to have completed 6-12 weeks of complete beginner’s classes in Ballroom and Latin dance. Over the course of 12 weeks you will learn two new dances and revise your knowledge of the routines in the four dances from level 1. By the end of this course you will be able to dance basic routines in six dances, and you will be familiar with some more tricky rhythms.
BEGINNERS TERM 3
To join this class, ideally you need 6 months' experience in Ballroom and Latin dancing. Over twelve weeks you will learn new dances and continue to build on your routines from the previous levels. By the end of this course you will have been dancing for a year and you will be a confident social dancer, able to dance socially with different partners in eight dances.