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A Quick Guide of Dance Styles


Ballet is a classical dance form characterized by grace and precision of movement and by elaborate formal gestures, steps, and poses. Ballet technique brings to your body: posture, poise, grace, strength and flexibility. 


Ballroom Dance refers to a number of partner dances that can be performed socially or competitively. Styles include Waltz, Foxtrot, Quickstep and Jive. In the competitive arena the Latin styles are also considered under the Ballroom umbrella.


Bellydance is usually performed to drum beats and can be recognised by the classic 'shimmying' moves . It will get you moving in ways which you didn't think were possible. It is hypnotising, sensual, and gets ALL your muscles working.


Burlesque dance is an extravagant and indulgent form of dance seduction. Far from being simple strip-tease, it stems from a Victorian-style charicaturized seduction to music. It's a sensual, empowering & invigorating form of dance!

Break Dance

Breakdance or breaking is a street-based dance that incorporates intricate body movements, coordination, style, and aesthetics. The people who perform this style of dance are known as b-boys or b-girls.


Cheerleading  is not just about waving pompoms - it is a highly skilled discipline that involves gymnastics, actobatics and dance. Arm motions need to be very precise and the whole group needs to work in unity, with LOTS of energy!


Contemporary dance is a genre of performance dance that employs compositional philosophy, rather than choreography, to guide unchoreographed movement. It uses dance techniques and methods found in ballet and modern jazz, but also draws from other styles.

Hip Hop

Hip hop dance classes delve into many aspects of the style, including; Popping, House, Krump, Waacking and Breaking. Hip hop and Street Dance have recently become commercialized styles that are being used more and more frequently on both TV and stage.

Jazz / Modern

Jazz classes cover a wide range of styles using various dance techniques. They range from musical theatre, to lyrical jazz using a fusion of contemporary and ballet with modern, right through to commercial street dance using the latest chart tunes.

Latin / Salsa

Latin dances refers collectively to a number of partner dances that can be performed socially or competitively. Started in the streets of South America, styles include: Salsa, Samba, Cha Cha, Rumba, Bachata and Paso Doble.

Line Dancing

Linedancing is a choreographed form of popular dance incorporating a repeating sequence of steps and which is identically performed by a group of dancers in one or more lines.

Musical Theatre

Dance plays a big part in musical theatre alongside acting and singing skills. It mainly draws from Modern Jazz dance techniques but can be fused with other styles, often charicaturized for the style of stage performance.

Pole Dancing

Pole dancing is not just for pretty babes. Pole dancing is a sport that combines many different forms of exercise from dance to gymnastics, acrobatics to strength train. It burns calories, sculpts, tones and builds self esteem.


Latin and international music are fused to create an explosive, booty shakin’ party of a workout that will target all those problem areas, burn 400 to 1,000 calories a class and leave you on a high!