|Monday(starting monday1st September 2014))||8-9pm||
Christ Church Primary School
|£6 per class or monthly payement of £20
|Tuesday(starting 2nd September 2014))||8-9pm||
|£6 per week or £20 monthly
|Thursday( starting 4th September 2014)||7-8pm||
Walton Cornerstone(Dance Studio)
|£30 for 6 week course
6 week beginners course in Cha Cha cha
Latin & Ballroom Dance Classes
Learn to dance all the fabulous Ballroom & Latin dances as seen on TV!
Enjoy expert dance tuition by Dance Passion, our brand new absolute beginners Strictly Dancing course will be teaching you a fabulous selection of the world’s most popular Ballroom & Latin dances, including the Waltz, Cha Cha, Jive, Foxtrot, Rumba, Quickstep, samba, Tango and Salsa.
We regularly hold beginners/intermediate courses in Aughton and Walton. If you are interested in signing up for the next course contact us.
New intake is week beginning Monday 1st September 2014.
Please note if you are unable to attend one of the sessions in the block we invite you to the alternative class that week to make up for your missed lessons!
Not quite au fait with you Latin lingo or Tango terminology? Clare gives us the lowdown…
Jive is a dance and is the faster version of the swing. A lot of kicks are used in jive with a bouncy type movement using the balls of the feet a lot.
The dance of luuuurve… the rumba is the most sensual and romantic of the Latin dances. If you’re learning this, take along an appropriate dance partner!
Tango music and its associated dance forms originated in Argentina and Uruguay. It’s a passionate dance and staccato in style, with definite, sharp movement and lots of drama. Think of the mesmerising and storytelling tango danced in Moulin Rouge to The Police song Roxanne mixed with the tango classic Tanguera.
From the old German word ‘walzen’ – to roll, turn, or to glide – the waltz is a smooth and elegant dance where partners move as one. Professional waltz couples wear flowing ball gowns for the women, and tails for the men.
The Samba originated in Brazil where it is danced as a party dance during the street festivals and celebrations. The festive style and fun mood of the dance make it one you can use to impress on any dancefloor.
The Quickstep evolved in the 1920s from a combination of dances including the Foxtrot, Charleston, Peabody, and One Step. It should be a light, bright dance with fast footwork. A good quickstep involves a lot of work on the balls of the feet and plenty of spring.
The Paso is based on the bullfight, the man representing the bullfighter, ‘Torero’, and the lady the red cape or ‘cappa’. It’s also the dance where John Sergeant dragged his partner along the floor like a sack of spuds, but don’t let that put you off.
Need some confidence before attending our group classes? We offer one to one lessons to our clients based in our brand new studio in Walton. Sign up for both private and group lessons and receive a 25% discount.
Frequently Asked Questions
I’ve never danced before so which class is suitable for me?
All our classes have a description for the level which is suitable to that particular class. We offer classes designed for beginners which run every 3 months. These are perfect for the absolute beginners so don’t worry we’ll be teaching you throughout the lesson, one step at a time. All our classes have a description for the level which is suitable to that particular class. We offer classes designed for beginners which run every 3 months. These are perfect for the absolute beginners so don’t worry we’ll be teaching you throughout the lesson, one step at a time.
What shall I wear?
Something comfortable, flat shoes preferably not trainers.
Do I need a Partner?
Yes. If you join as a group of friends, we may ask you to partner each other up – this way it’s more fun for you all & you can practice with each other when you’re out & about!
How long does the class go on for?
Classes are between 45 minutes to 1 hour long.
Do i need to pre-register?
Yes, you’ll need to reserve your place & make full payment on the first lesson.