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Classes and Workshops

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Whether you're new or returning to dance, our joy filled classes are perfect for anyone wanting to embrace dance, in a safe, sociable and fun space. 

 

Come along to our weekly 'pay as you go' class or save by booking a  'Block Saver'.

Weekly Classes

Beginners and Open Level Charleston

90's Dance Fitness

Bollywood Dance 

   

Routines are easy to pick up - Everyone is welcome!

Book your place, view all our classes, workshops, reviews and timetable on baluu:

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Book a workshop

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If you would like to hire Sarah to deliver a dance workshop for a club or school activity or for a special occasion such a hen party or birthday celebration, Please click on our Dance Parties page for dance themes and packages offers.

 

Also look out for our exciting 'one off' workshops which give you the chance to try out different dance styles and learn iconic dance routines!

 

Like our 'I Can Dance Shrewsbury' Facebook and Instagram page for announcements.

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What to wear

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Put on those dancing shoes and dance, dance, dance...

 

So you have decided to take up dancing, the first steps are always the hardest but here is a handy guide to how to be as comfortable as you possibly can during the Charleston classes. The right foot wear can really help with your confidence in grasping the steps in classes.

WHAT NOT  TO WEAR

 

  • Trainers

 

Many people assume trainers are the most logical shoe, however Charleston dancing is all about the ankle and the swivel. You need to be able to twist your feet, trainers unfortunately do not allow that as they grip the floor. So despite their comfort level, they can really hinder your movement during classes.

  • Ballet pumps/Stilettos

 

You may see on Strictly the ladies dance in a nice big heel, however there are specific shoes for that (see below). I would not recommend dancing in a heel as one; the height and two; they are not secure on your foot. The same goes for a slip on shoe, like a ballet pump although flat, you will worry most of the time about your show staying on, unless it has a strap to secure it. Best to avoid.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

 

First things first, you do not have to go out and buy an expensive dance shoe. The key thing is it needs to have a plain slippy sole (no grip) and will stay on your foot. Here are some suggestions;

 

  • Jazz/Character shoe

 

Jazz/Character Shoe - Either a flat shoe or a small heel, these are the best and most comfortable to dance in. You can get a Jazz/Character shoe quite inexpensively from online dance shoe companies, for around £20-£25 for a shoe & soft leather shoe for about £11 – I would recommend www.dancedirect.com.

The main rule of thumb, is to be comfortable and be able to swivel on the ball of your foot and the heel, a flat sole with no grip is always best.

 

  • Fashion ankle boot

 

A soft ankle boot with no heel, can be purchased from most high street retailers and supermarkets from as little as £6, they tend to have a nice sole to dance in and your foot is secure within it.

Again most of these are popular and can be found in most retailers on the high street. A lace up shoe is always best and they can be very comfortable and again it is all about the sole.

 

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Benefits of attending a weekly Charleston class

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  • Develop and improve dance skill and artistry

  • Develop sense of musicality

  • Great means of exercise

  • Improved Co ordination, balance, flexibility

  • Memory workout – remembering sequences of steps

  • Have fun!

  • Discover and sustain an interest

  • Meet new people, make friends and be part of a lively group

  • Increase confidence and sociability

  • Improve performance skills

  • Discover a new passion for vintage clothing!

  • Importantly our classes gives you the opportunity to take a break from your phone, work and family life and enjoy being focused, present and ‘in the moment’.

 

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