Dance terms are based on school terms

Premier Kathak and Bollywood dance school SDANZ specialises in creative and energetic performances and classes for all ages.

The Bollywood classes suit all comers. Whether you’re a budding dancer, just want to learn for recreational purposes, or socialise while learning to dance and show a move or two on the dance floor, everyone is welcome. You do not have to be a professional dancer or have any prior dance training to enjoy dancing. All you need is a positive attitude, a desire and willingness to learn and motivation to stay fit and healthy. Classes are casual, informal and a lot of fun! Students can choose to perform during various festivals and celebrations. This is optional. Students will also have the option of taking part in their dance production where you will have the opportunity to shine on stage!!! What a blast.

Bollywood fitness are for all skill and fitness levels! Kathak classes explore the foundations of Indian classical dance and individual creativity. First class is free so just come along! Enrol now!



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