Leamington Dance centre is a long established dance school situated in Leamington Spa. Amongst its many facilities it boasts a traditional parque dance floor and a licensed bar. The dance teachers are all highly qualified in all styles and levels of dance and together with their advanced knowledge bring an element of fun to the dance floor. So whether you are looking to learn to dance for that special occasion or whether you want to make it a hobby, Leamington Dance Centre has something to offer all ages and levels.
WHAT WE DO
At the Leamington Dance Centre we teach anyone to dance & if they already dance, we’ll improve their technique whether it be in Waltz, Cha Cha, Rock & Roll, Argentine Tango or Modern & Classical Sequence. There are classes for all ages in: Ballroom, Latin American, Classical & Modern Sequence, Rock & Roll & Argentine Tango, ranging from Social Dancing to all grades of Medal Classes & Professional Coaching. Becoming a good dancer provides our members with a lifetime of pleasure; our club facilities provide an ideal context in which to learn, but also a place in which to share your enjoyment of dancing with others. Awaiting any new member is an elegant newly refurbished ballroom, highly qualified teachers and friendly existing members.
As we are licensed premises, with the bar open in the evenings, everyone admitted after 8pm must be over 18, however, all age groups are well represented, from young adults to the mature young at heart, We have rockers from 18 to 80!! The evening starts with instruction and is followed by a Social practice dance, where you can make friends, have a drink and practice what you have been learning during the class. The teaching staff will be on hand to help out if you are having any difficulties.
WHAT TO WEAR
Social Dance, Ballroom & Latin
Most members wear comfortable casual clothes. It helps if footwear is soft enough to be able to bend the foot at the toe joint. Slippery soles or sling backs should be avoided.
Casual wear is appropriate. Most members wear jeans & other comfortable clothes. As the evening progresses, the temperature rises, so layers are best – a T-shirt even in winter is usually enough. It helps if footwear is soft enough to be able to bend the foot at the toe joint. A lot of the members wear trainers.
In order to preserve the ballroom floor, we ask that, wherever possible, beginners wear rubber soled shoes. We kindly ask ladies not to wear stiletto heels.
Once you become a regular dancer we strongly advise that you invest in a pair of dance shoes as this will enhance your dance experience.
Should you need any guidance on suitable brands to buy, we are happy to help.
140-142 The Parade, Leamington Spa, CV32 4AG
Parking is available at the side of the Town Hall or alternatively in an adjacent side road. We are situated on the third floor, with Bills restaurant at ground level.