Professional Dance Classes in Hertfordshire
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At Michele’s Dance Club, we have friendly and efficient staff who will provide you with a memorable experience. Whether it’s a wedding dance you’re interested in booking or other upcoming special events, we’ve got you covered. All classes cover a range of dances to learn – if you require a specific dance lesson we can offer private lessons. Contact us for more information or to book a class today.
On Saturday mornings we have children’s dance classes for ages 4+ where they will learn all of the ballroom and Latin American dances, plus freestyle dances and fun dances too.
Adult dance classes are available on Saturdays too as part of our Saturday Social Nights, where we dance to all types of old and new music with sequence dancing too. We have a diverse group which includes same-sex couples.
The classes include:
Waltz, Quickstep, Foxtrot (my favourite), Tango, Slow Rhythm, Viennese, Cha Cha Cha, Rumba, Samba, Jive, Paso Doble, and various fun dances. It’s best to start a class with the waltz and the Cha Cha Cha – which is the cheeky dance in the Latin Group. Having fun and providing entertainment is a priority as it’s what dancing is all about.
There are 2 ways of paying:
Pay as you go will be £7 per person Or Pay monthly will be £5.50 per person, Children’s Classes are £5.00 per child
About Michele’s Dance Club
“From the age of 11 years old I have wanted to be a dancing teacher for Ballroom and Latin American. Over the years, dance has been a big part of my life from watching Come Dancing with my parents (in black and white ha ha), to enjoying the entertainment of Strictly Come Dancing with the celebrities and professionals showing everyone that you can learn to dance – basic and advanced, socially and competitively. That was when I decided that I wanted to be a dance teacher. It took a few years but finally became qualified about 28 years ago. In 2008 I decided to branch out on my own as a hobby/part time job to get the experience of running a dancing school when finally retiring from my day job, which has now progressed quite quickly recently by taking on the premises, where I fortunately had the opportunity of training to become a dancing teacher of Ballroom and Latin American. A few months ago my colleague who has been running the dance school decided to retire and that is where I came in and now making this my fulltime job. Over the years of running my own dance club in Hoddesdon and Ware, I learnt how to teach to all types of personalities and ages which I will be bringing across to my new venue.”