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Adult Ballet

Adult Ballet Classes

Come and experience what you've always dreamt of or pick up where you left off as a child with ballet. Recognised as the basis for all other forms of dance, Ballet uses beautiful, slow and sometimes fast graceful movements to inspiring music. Even if you have never tried, much can be achieved in a reasonably short period of time. You may also discover muscles you never thought you had! Click our levels page below to find your perfect class!


There is no uniform, so you may prefer to wear something comfortable or get in the mood of the class and wear the full ballet outfit and ballet shoes.


Come along and improve your self-esteem, give yourself the chance to be creative with a complimentary free trial class.

Adult Tap Class

A COME BACK TO TAP CLASS! - it's never too late to start!


Did you ever start Tap and want to pick it up again? This is a great class to pick up where you left off or to start something NEW, fun and exciting! 


The class is 30 minute of Tap class is for all ages and abilities. A class that thrives off of Rhythms and sounds. This class is a step-by-step guide to the essential steps, sounds and moves of tap dance. Along with keeping fit with Modern dance.


Fun & Friendly Dance class for all genders, ages, and abilities. 


WHAT TO WEAR: Something comfortable you can move in with Tap shoes. 


Come along and improve your fitness, rhythm, and coordination whilst making friends. 

Private 1-2-1 Classes - Saturday in Havant

Call 07754001970 to book your private lesson.

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Barre fitness class

Barre fitness focuses on working the core muscles with low-impact, high intensity movements designed to strengthen the body whilst increasing agility and flexibility. Barre fitness also helps to improve balance and promotes better posture.

No previous experience is needed and it is suitable for all ages & abilities.

A fun fitness class is a great way to get and stay fit and flexible. 

With this friendly and welcoming class. You'll be sure to feeling fitter, re-energised, stretched and go home with a smile.


You are more than welcome to come along and either observe or join in the class. Please feel free to contact us to book your free trial class or to discuss in further details.. 


WHAT TO WEAR: Loose fitted clothing or something you feel comfortable moving in, with socks, trainers or jazz shoes.

Warblington school - Saturdays - Times TBC

Starting February 2024



For Fitness

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Keeping fit through dance offers a variety of physical, mental, and emotional benefits. Here are some of the advantages of incorporating dance into your fitness routine:

  1. Cardiovascular Health: Dancing is a great cardiovascular exercise that gets your heart pumping and improves circulation. Regular dance sessions can help strengthen your heart and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

  2. Muscle Strength and Endurance: Different dance styles engage various muscle groups, leading to improved muscle tone, strength, and endurance. As you practice dance moves, you'll be working on both major and stabilizing muscles.

  3. Flexibility and Range of Motion: Dance involves a wide range of movements that can enhance your flexibility and improve joint mobility. Over time, regular dancing can help increase your overall range of motion.

  4. Balance and Coordination: Dance routines often involve intricate footwork, spins, and changes in direction, which can improve your balance and coordination. This is especially beneficial for older adults who want to maintain their stability.

  5. Weight Management: Dance is a fun and engaging way to burn calories and manage weight. Depending on the intensity of the dance style, you can achieve a significant calorie burn during each session.

  6. Stress Relief: Dancing is known to release endorphins, which are natural mood lifters. Engaging in dance can help reduce stress, anxiety, and depression by promoting a sense of well-being and joy.

  7. Improved Posture: Dance encourages proper body alignment and posture, which can have positive effects on your overall spine health and prevent postural issues.

  8. Brain Health: Learning and remembering dance routines stimulates cognitive functions and enhances memory. The combination of physical movement and mental engagement is beneficial for brain health.

  9. Social Interaction: Dance classes and group sessions provide an opportunity for social interaction and community engagement. This can help combat feelings of isolation and improve overall mental health.

  10. Self-Expression and Creativity: Dancing allows for self-expression and creativity, enabling you to express emotions and feelings through movement. This can boost your overall emotional well-being.

  11. Confidence and Self-Esteem: As you learn new dance moves and improve your skills, you'll gain a sense of accomplishment and boost your self-confidence. This positive self-image can extend to other areas of your life.

  12. Longevity: Engaging in regular physical activity like dance is associated with increased longevity and a higher quality of life as you age.

Remember that the specific benefits you experience will depend on the style of dance, the intensity of your practice, and your individual fitness goals. Whether you're into energetic styles like hip-hop or prefer more graceful forms like ballet, dance can be a fulfilling way to stay active and enjoy a range of health benefits.

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