High Level Training

Currently not being offered


What is this?

We run a series of short training blocks (5 or 6 weeks) which aim to develop your dancing to an advanced level. Each session will start with some Solo Jazz work which normally takes around 30 minutes. We then move into an hour of teacher-led structured training, followed by at least half an hour of practising, drilling and social dancing to embed that learning into your dancing.

During this course we’ll be playing with flow and connection in turns and rotation. Redirecting momentum through spins and turns. Swingout side returns, Swingout catches, wrap and release, super-rotated swing outs etc. Fancy freakin’ fun!

But why?

The thing is, if you’re regularly taking Advanced Level lessons then you’ve probably made some decisions about the style and direction you’d like your dancing to take. These sessions will hopefully feel much more like a coaching session and rely on participants taking charge of their development. There’s more participant led content and opportunities to workshop ideas with support from the teachers.


As mentioned before, we will always start each week with some Solo-Jazz. We’ll then provide a structure and an “inspiration” for the session and as a group we will workshop/drill/experiment with that content finding the right way to incorporate it into our dancing. We build on the strengths of individuals and also learn how to develop our dancing independently. You will still learn new content but hopefully in a way that is more likely to come out on the social dance floor. Plus you’ll be training with a group of people who you’ll hopefully see at a lot of social dances so are more likely to be able to bust out your new skills.

The Level

These sessions are intended for experienced dancers who maybe feel that their development has stagnated or perhaps feel they’ve been to a lot of lessons and would like a new challenge. You should have danced for a number of years, attended international camps and be confident mixing up rhythms and styles. You will have completed intermediate/advanced or advanced (Level 3+) classes in the past and play with variations in your social dancing. Your basic footwork should be second nature and you should be confident in Swingouts, mixing your Charleston, 6-count and 8-count rhythms. You regularly social dance. The sessions will include self-directed work so you should be collecting youtube clips, ideas and targets for yourself.

How To Book

I’m afraid we are not running these classes at the moment but keep checking the website for updates.

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