Modern Australian Ballroom Dancing incorporates five infamous dances including Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Quickstep and Vienese Waltz, in addition to New Vogue - a form of sequence ballroom dancing that originated in Australia in the 1930’s.
Our Beginners Ballroom Class starts by teaching Slow Rhythm, which forms the basis of many ballroom dances. The Waltz and Quick Step are then introduced.
The Improvers Ballroom Class, for intermediate ballroom dancers, goes on to teach Tango, which require greater speed and technical ability and introduces Vienese Waltz and Slow Foxtrot. Dances introduced during beginner’s ballroom are also polished and further perfected. Finally, advanced Foxtrot is reserved for higher level, Medal Classes.
For those who would like to learn both Ballroom and Latin dancing, there is the option to take both beginner classes across 2 hours on a Monday evening or both intermediate classes on a Tuesday evening from 7-9pm, with a significant discount applied. Learn more about Latin Dance Classes.
|Ballroom (Beginners)||Slow Rhythm, Waltz, Quick Step||Monday||7-8pm||$90||Enquire Now|
|Ballroom (Intermediate)||Waltz, Quick Step, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, Vienese Waltz||Tuesday||8-9pm||$90||Enquire Now|
|Ballroom & Latin (Beginners)||Slow Rhythm, Waltz, Quick Step/
Cha Cha, Rhumba, Samba, Swing Jive
|Ballroom & Latin (Intermediate)||Waltz, Quick Step, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, Vienese Waltz/
Cha Cha, Rhumba, Samba, Jive, Paso Doble
*This information serves as a guide only. Dances taught may vary.
**Each term runs for 6 weeks, including public holidays. Payment may be made by pre-pay or weekly.