Convenient, easy and affordable – taking the fuss and the fear out of adult dance classes
Dedicated to improving the health and well-being of members of the local community, our Stretch & Strength class is, and always will be, a friendly and super affordable $10!
Now there’s really no excuse as to why you shouldn’t be putting yourself and your health first.
Stretch & Strength (45mins) – $10
Lyrical Ballet (60mins) – $18
Stretch & Lyrical Ballet Combo – $25
Tap Mini-Course (60mins) – $70 for 4-weeks or $18 drop-in
There’s no need to register online for classes, and you can pay on the night, either by cash or credit card/debit card.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do I need to book?
We know that life gets busy, so our classes are run on a casual drop-in basis. No need to book in advance or sign up to contracts or monthly memberships. Just come when you can make it!
You can pay by cash or card on-site too.
How do I get there?
Classes are conveniently located in St Peters, with access to public transport (St Peters station, 370/422 bus routes) and plenty of free parking too!
3b, 1-7 Unwins Bridge Rd St Peters, NSW 2044
Head in the driveway off Unwins Bridge Road, and follow the ramp down and towards the right… head down the end of the car park and there we’ll be – right next to the Jiujitsu school.
What should I bring?
A bottle of water and a smile! We’ll provide the rest. If you prefer, you can bring your own exercise mat for the Stretch & Strength class, but we have plenty here too.
What should I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable in. Something stretchy and easy to move in is best. No leotards and tights required!… although some of our Lyrical Ballet ladies don’t mind getting into the spirit occasionally.
For Lyrical Ballet, you can wear ballet shoes if you have them, or dark socks are suitable too. For Stretch & Strength most students go barefoot or in dark socks, however, some of our adult dance class students prefer a little more support and begin the class in sneakers. Dust off your tap shoes for our tap mini-courses.
I haven’t exercised in a while. Is this class suitable for me?
For many of our students, our Stretch & Strength class has helped them gradually build their fitness and a healthier lifestyle. We are always there to support you and your needs in class, so if something doesn’t feel right, just let us know and we’ll modify exercises and steps for you. You don’t need to do the whole class – feel free to move at your own pace. Others have jumped straight into an adult tap mini-course as a fun way to keep moving and improve your fitness.
And remember, you’re not alone. When you look around in one of our classes you’ll see a range of abilities. The student who has awesome flexibility is working on their posture. The student with amazing strength is working on her range of motion. There’s no competition in our classes, and we encourage questions so you can get the most out of each and every lesson.
What level are the classes?
Our classes are open level, meaning the teacher will adjust the content depending on the studen the s in class that night. We have plenty of experience in making exercises simpler and more foundational, and we’re able to make exercises more challenging should you want a little extra push. If you’re after a little more, we’ll often add a rise in exercises, or there’s the option to do double pirouettes instead of singles, or work on triple time steps instead of working on basics… and if the thought of a double pirouette makes you want to hide in the corner, then don’t worry, we’ve got ways around that too!