Dance Styles


The British Association of Teachers of Dancing

  A  CDET validated Awarding Organisation



Ballet is the basis for all other types of dance, and is the most technically challenging of all the dance forms. A person who is trained in ballet can usually adapt to other dance forms with ease. The student of ballet will learn discipline, poise, grace, co-ordination, muscle control, flexibility and will achieve a strong, lean and toned body.

All tap dancing steps are a combination of simple movements that build upon each other. Tap dancing steps may be learned and mastered by children and adults alike and are a good way to express/learn rhythm, dance, and percussion.

Jazz has become one of the most popular dance styles in recent years, mainly due to its popularity on television shows, movies, music videos and commercials. Jazz dance is a form of dance that showcases a dancers individual style and originality. This style of dancing is energetic and fun, consists of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps and quick turns. To excel in jazz dancers need a strong background in ballet as it encourages grace and balance.

Heard of Diversity and Flawless? Then this is for you. A really fun, funky, up to date style of dance. Come along and release the inner pop star, and dazzle your friends with routines done to the hottest new music.

A balanced exercise program for seniors. Minimum age 50. A low impact class designed specifically for the more mature exerciser. Regular exercise both before and in retirement is essential for leading a full and active life.