Social Ballroom, Latin American,
New Vogue Sequence
Lessons and Classes:
all classes are held in the upstairs 'Astaire' Studio
You can start classes at any time, the classes are designed for new people to join in at any time during the year - no need to wait weeks to start dancing
Social Dance Classes for everyone...
Easy, fun and relaxed. Come along, on your own?
Come by yourself or bring a friend. Our Teachers have the expertise to get you dancing during your first lesson. Dancing allows you to make friends, enjoy the music and exercise while having fun. Everyone is welcome, we will help you feel at ease and learn at your own pace in your own style.
Not everyone wants to be a competition champion, our lessons are structured to get you up and dancing, making it as easy as possible.
If you want to take it further - to medal exams or competitions you can, we offer a full range of lessons for that.
Classes - $80 for 6 sessions and the first class is free for new students, so that works out to $11.50 per class.
Schools Kids Class on Wednesday afternoons are $10 per class
Wedding Dances and Group lessons are also available
(see the following link to our info on Wedding Dances)
and if you want more information please contact us,
we are only happy to help:
but wait, there's more...
Come and join our fantastic Sunday Tea Dances
upstairs in the Astaire Studio, everyone is welcome
(these are ususally held on the 3rd Sunday of each month)
- Tea Dance: 5:30 - 8:30pm $10pp BYO Drink and a plate
- everyone welcome
- Ballroom, Latin American, New Vogue, Classical Sequence and more
- Great venue
- Great music
- Great food
- Great people
- North Shore Dance Centre, 4E Target Court, Wairau Park, Glenfield
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE EASTER HOLIDAYS OUR MONTHLY TEA DANCE FOR APRIL HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED TO
SUNDAY 23rd APRIL 5.30pm to 8.30pm
"Stifling an urge to dance is bad for your health - it rusts your spirit and your hips"
- Adabella Radici
"We're fools whether we dance or not, so we might as well dance"
- Japanese Proverb
"There is a bit of insanity in dancing that does everybody a great deal of good"
- Edwin Denby