Join us for Afro Fusion classes taught by a variety of local Afro and Dancehall teachers.

Afro Mix in Heels with Princess

Tuesdays 10th – 31st May, 7.20-8.20pm (4 week block or single class tickets available)

*Please note there is no class on the 17th May

The aim of this class is to promote self love, freedom to express, build confidence and learn technique and style.

A blend of the various African and Caribbean dance styles blended into sensual heels choreography. The class will explore the African and Caribbean globe teaching the many styles. The music will vary from amapiano, afrobeats, dancehall and soca. Not only will you get fit and healthy but Princess’ style of teaching will uplift your spirit and encourage confidence through movement and expression from the soca inspired warm ups, Afrobeats groves and amapiano influenced choreography.

Suitable for Beginners – Advanced dancers

This class is taking part in our Dance 4 Ukraine Fundraiser Week. W.C 9th May 50% of class proceeds will be donated to the Leeds for Ukraine Appeal. Look for classes on the timetable with this symbol to find out which are taking part (D4U 🇺🇦)

AfroFusion with Antonio

Tuesdays – 7th, 14th and 21st June 7.20-8.20pm (3 week block or single class tickets available)

Antonio’s dance classes have a communal characteristic that encourages freedom of expression. Expect to explore new ways your body can move, with lots of fun and sweat. The class shall be centered on afro-fusion but also drawing influences from other cultural dance forms such as indigenous dances from Uganda.

Suitable for all levels.

Afro Mix with Beth

Next Date TBC

This class will be centred around the styles of of Coupe Décalé, Ndombolo and Afro- Fusion which all compliment each other and are styles from various African countries. With a rich theme of loketo, which means hips in Lingala, legwork, and décalé combinations we hope to bring a flavour of Africa to Leeds.

Suitable for all levels.

Tutor Bio Antonio Bukhar Ssebuuma is a Dance Lecturer and Cultural dance forms Lead at the Northern School of Contemporary Dance in Leeds. He is an award-winning performer, dance choreographer, and teacher from Kampala, Uganda. He is versatile blending styles such as Afro-fusion, Hip-hop, Dancehall, Breaking, Contemporary, House, and Ugandan indigenous dances. Princess - coming soo Beth - I am from London, and I have been dancing for the past 4 years, training intensively in the style of Afro Fusion, I often do video shoots, performances and have now been teaching in the style too. My classes are all about advancing and creating your own personal expressions and definitions through the art of movement. Jay - My name is Jay and I’m situated in Leeds. I’ve been dancing for about 4 years now with space to still further grow. I concentrate in the dance styles of Coupe Décalé, Ndombolo, Afro- Fusion and Afro House and cannot wait to share what I know and love with you all.