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View our upcoming dance classes and events in the way that suits your viewing pleasure; Pinboard , Agenda , as a Monthly calendar, or in Fullscreen mode. By default, events from today onwards are listed, but you may jump forward or backwards using the calendar arrows. You can even search for classes eg. To stay up-to-date with our dance calendar, hit the Subscribe button to create an event feed into your chosen computer calendar. Below you'll find answers to the questions we get asked the most often about our dance classes.
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If you aspire to dancing the Tango, Rumba, Cha Cha, Samba, or Foxtrot at competition level, then we can get you there! Choose a song that's special to you both. We'll choreograph a dance with you and teach you the moves to wow the crowd!
As the coronavirus pandemic brings tighter restrictions across New Zealand, there's one popular social activity at serious risk - dancing. But at its core, it's about being up-close-and-personal with another person - not something generally advised during a pandemic. New Zealand's major international dance championship, the Kiwi Classic, has been postponed due to the new self-isolation restrictions and ban on gatherings of or more people. It would have brought in professional dancers and judges from around the world, with New Zealand's own dancers training hard in anticipation for the big event. Now local dance studios are bringing in their own precautions to keep students from a range of ages safe and healthy. Classes range from high-end pros, training several hours a week, to social dancers who come once a week. As a precaution, students are now encouraged to dance alone instead of switching partners during the classes. There's hand sanitiser provided at the studio and dancers are asked to stay away if they're unwell or have been in contact with possible carriers.