Courses:
  • Thursday 23rd May – 13th June, 8.30-9.30pm: Join us for this 4 week course suitable for Beginners. These 4 1 hour sessions will be broken up into two different sections, with the first half an hour consisting of our warm up, which will involve learning well known/traditional line dancing routines, that we will bring back each week. The second half of each lesson will be spent learning a line dancing inspired routine that we will build on each week to Shania Twains – Man I Feel Like A Woman. Dust off your cowboy hats and boots and join us for this four week course! (Book Here)

4 Week courses are priced at £32 and cannot booked using your class pass!

Workshops:
  • Sunday 7th July, 4.30-6pm: Join us for this one off Line Dancing Workshop, open level suitable for all, and family friendly (children must be 10+ years). In this 90 minute class you will learn multiple 4 wall routines, breaking them down slowly before performing them to music in a social and fun setting. Routines will consist of traditional and well known routines, as well as some choreographed by Jess, featuring a soundtrack of traditional country songs, and some fun pop country hits including Beyonce, Steps and of course, Cotton Eyed Joe! Dust off your cowboy hats and boots and come and have a Sunday afternoon boogie with us! (Book Here)

The above one off workshops can be booked individually at £10 or with either of our Class Passes:

  • 6 Class Pass – £52 (expiry of 10 wks)
  • 12 Class Pass – £98 (expiry of 16 wks)

 

Additional Info Dates: Thursday, Course: 23rd May - 13th June, 8.30-9.30pm / Workshop: Sunday 7th July, 4.30-6pm Age Group: 16+ Years Level: Beginners What to bring: Comfortable clothing that you can move in and jazz shoes or trainers, bottle of water. Do I need to book? Yes, must book in advance
Tutor Bio Jess has been dancing from the young age of four and has turned her passion into her career, teaching multiple weekly classes here at The Dance Studio Leeds including Commercial, Street Dance & Musical Theatre, as well as workshops out in the community, schools and colleges. As well as teaching, she is also a professional dancer, her main line of work being tribute acts, backing dancing and getting to travel all over the country, as well as overseas. In 2022 she also started her own company, Unite Dance Company, a commercial dance company, who since forming have taken part in performances and concept videos, whilst rehearsing fortnightly here at the studio.