About Classes

Classes run as a drop-in format and prices correspond to length of class. 

About Beginners Short Courses

The short courses are designed to provide an introduction to flamenco and run across a 5 week reoccurring period. You will need to complete 3 short courses before moving to the Beginners Drop in class.

 Beginners Drop in Class

In the beginners drop in class we continue working on all the basic techniques needed to give students a solid foundation for flamenco, including footwork, arms and hands, this class is suitable for students who have completed the short courses or for those that have studied for 3 months or more

Improvers

The improver level is designed for those who are still new to flamenco but have studied the basics and have gained the foundations to continue progressing. In this class we continue strengthening all aspects of flamenco technique but with the addition of starting to learn basic choreographies to a performance level.

Elementary

The Elementary level is designed for those who have been studying flamenco at an Improver level but feel they need something more challenging. In this class we continue strengthening all aspects of flamenco technique but with the addition of starting to learn more complex choreographies to a performance level.

Intermediate

The focus of the intermediate class is to build stamina and strength with footwork and body movements, improving the understanding of rhythms and mounting choreographies to a performance level.

 Advanced

The focus of the advanced class is to continue building stamina and strength, working with complex rhythms, and developing style and choreography at a performance level.

Rhythm

The Rhythm class is there to improve your flamenco dancing by introducing you to contratiempo, syncopation and coordination. All exercises are aimed to challenge your sense of rhythm and timing, to give you basic skills for palmas and to build your confidence.The exercises are also designed to help break down the complexity of flamenco rhythms, to open up the structure of footwork, and give you a better understanding.