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Frequently asked questions

I don’t have a partner to bring and though I’d love to come I’m not very good at dancing?

To come on your own is fine, you will not be short of an opportunity to dance. As to not being any good, due to the style of dance taught you will be up and running in no time. The moves are taught step by step to allow time to absorb, learn and remember.

I have never been able to dance so why should this be any different?
What you must remember is that we were all Beginners once. After the Beginner lesson is completed, we have a Freestyle period where you’ll have the chance to dance with others and our Crew members who are there to help and dance with you. This will be followed by an Intermediate lesson where those more experienced will continue with this lesson. At this time, our experienced Crew members will run through the Beginners lesson with you on an individual basis in a separate room. This part of the evening is much more relaxed and on a personal level and irons out any moves you were unable to pick up or queries you have.

How much do the lessons cost?
Please see our prices page for more details.

What should I wear?
It is recommended that you come in clothes you feel comfortable in. Some dancers come in jeans and t-shirts and others like to dress up for the night. As to footwear, we recommend that you wear comfortable shoes which have a smooth sole and don’t grip the floor.

What if I can’t make it every week?
Unlike many other styles of dance which are course based and each week relies on attending the week before, DanceAffinity weekly lessons are independent and missing the odd week will not affect your progress. So if you are unable to attend or miss the odd week that’s fine.

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