Group dance classes for beginners are the perfect choice for those looking to meet new people, groove to the music and just have plenty of fun. Our group classes can range from a very small group of 5 to 6 people to a large one of 40! It all depends on preference and availability – some people prefer certain dance styles over others, and some can do only specific ballroom group classes depending on the free time they have. You’ll find that our Salsa group dance classes on Saturday afternoons are the most packed and a lot of fun too! This is because people find the most time on weekends and no one wants to miss out on an hour of fun-filled, easy salsa dance steps to learn dance patterns.
Group Dance Classes In Adelaide
If you are the kind looking for a busy, lively environment to begin your dance journey in, these group classes are perfect for you. And what’s more, we teach up to 12 dance styles in our group classes every week! All you have to do is choose the one that excites you and jump into anyone, for as less as 20$ per class. Even better, you can get all 12 classes FREE, with the purchase of just one private lesson in a week, along with all our dance parties for free too! Train personally with your instructor once a week, attend as many as 12 group classes and rock it at our social dance parties. Sounds pretty sweet 🙂.
All our members at Dance Amor believe in producing optimum results with each individual, no matter what level of learner you are – Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced. Our group classes have one instructor per class, irrespective of how many people there are in one class. You may have taken classes in the past, wherein there is one male and one female instructor per group class, to ensure that students learn their lead and follow parts from their respective instructors.
We are Different
At our studio, however, we prefer and find it more beneficial to have only one, as this showcases an individual’s ability to master both lead and follow patterns irrespective of gender and prompts our students to grasp this, and be prepared for any dance situation in which they may have to be either one, lead or follow. It would be impossible for two women to dance together if neither knew anything about leading, don’t you think?
Keep Up The Good Work
We know what you’re thinking; how will I keep up with the class and learn if everyone already knows all the steps? Don’t you worry! Dance Amor has new members join in every week, or even mid-week. You will never miss out on any dance form or know less than another student. Our classes are structured in a manner that there is a new pattern, a new body movement, a new style, to learn every class.
Let’s say your class has someone who’s been dancing Bachata for 3 months and it’s just your first day. Don’t get overwhelmed, both of you are starting at the same place for that class, and both of you will learn the same thing at the same pace. Upon seeing the pace of learners in a class and assessing each performance, the instructor is free to cater to different needs by strengthening the basics of a pattern for beginners, and making advanced dancers more proficient in the same pattern. It’ll be motivational too 🙂.
Dance Amor is Trademark of Dance Adelaide.