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Dance Classes in Cookham

The Dance Classes are held at the Pinder Hall, Lower Road Cookham SL6 9HF on Friday evening. There is parking in the nearby Medical centre car park and on the road nearby. The Pinder Hall has a large sprung dance floor which is perfect for dancing.

 

MAP OF THE LOCATION OF THE PINDER HALL

   

                Due to the current health crisis the Dance Classes have been suspended until further notice. Online dance tutorials can be found here

 

                Friday evening Classes

         6.30-7.30pm Beginners Class

         7.30-8.00pm Practice Session for the Beginners Class

         8.00-9.00pm Improvers Class

         9.00-9.30pm Practice Session for the Improvers Class  

 

Beginners Class

This class is for people who have not danced before and want to get started or would like to get back to dancing after a break. The basic steps are taught of the Waltz, Quickstep, Tango and Social Foxtrot in Ballroom and the Cha-Cha-Cha, Rumba, Samba and Jive in Latin. The aim is to enable you to dance round the floor with confidence and enjoyment.

 

Improvers Class

This class is for dancers who have mastered the basics and are ready to learn a few more steps and want to improve their style and technique. New dances are introduced including the Slow Foxtrot and the Paso Doble.

 

Practice Sessions 

These half hour sessions give dancers the chance to practice the steps and routines they have been taught in the class.

 

Cost

Beginners and Improvers Class: 7.50 per person for one hour

Practice Session: 2.50 per person per session for half an hour

Pay as you go

 

What to wear

It is best to wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move easily when you dance. Shoes with a small heel that fit well are recommended for ladies. Sling back shoes are not recommended. It is best not to wear trainers or shoes that have rubber soles as they tend to stick to the floor. If possible men should wear shoes that have leather soles. 

If you would like to know more about the classes contact Penny Bysshe at pcbysshe@gmail.com 

 

 

 
 

Contact Penny Bysshe at pcbysshe@gmail.com for more information