Are you looking to get active this new year and considering joining a new dance class? We have a few places you can go to liberate those innate dance moves you’ve been keeping under the radar.
The benefits are plenty, from meeting up with new people to enjoying music and boosting serotonin, dopamine and endorphin levels for #happiness.
Below are three places we recommend you try.
1. Mojo Salsa Sundays
This is a weekly event filled with food and cocktails, with salsa dancing being the highlight. If you know the basics of the pachanga, mambo and rumba but need to master the techniques, this would be a great opportunity to learn.
Enrol in a pro or beginner class and learn to salsa like a pro every Sunday.
- Place: Mojo Market
- Address: 30 Regent Rd, Sea Point
- Time: 6.30pm – Beginner Salsa Class | 7.30pm – Salsa Party
2. Barres adult dance classes
Located in the Southern Suburbs, Barres The Art of Movement is changing lives by offering highly requested adult classes.
Students keep attending classes for the vibe and environment that cultivates long-lasting friendships.
Your time here will lead to participation in competitions, examinations, and the end-year show while you take part in various routines.
Dance classes range from hip-hop dance, barre fit, tap dancing and contemporary dances among others.
- Place: BARRES The Art of Movement
- Address: 41 Lente Street, Kirstenhof
- Time: View the 2023 timetable here
3. Jazzart dance classes
Jazzart dance classes are popular because they are all-inclusive, meaning the whole family can attend.
“Male and female school-going dancers, adults and anyone who wants to add the art form to their extracurricular activities are encouraged to join in, as well as those who have been shy about their body shape, fitness level, or co-ordination.”
The institute’s trained choreographers ignite each dancer’s unique talent and share their passion for the art with the students.
- Place: Jazzart Studio
- Address: RR552, Artscape, D.F. Malan St, Foreshore,
- Time: Mon 5.30pm to 6.45pm | Tues 5.30pm to 6.45pm | Sat 10am to 11am | Sat 11.15am to 1pm