Next class: Saturday 1st September, 1pm – 2:30pm

Fortnightly Afro Fusion Workshops
@ St Canices, Katoomba
1pm – 2:30pm

1. Saturday 4th August – thanks very much to everybody who came along to this one. 😊
2. Saturday 18th August
3. Saturday 1st September
4. Saturday 15th September

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION:
Michele is a wonderful, warm, funky teacher. She offers a creative and gorgeous blend of African styles with contemporary beats and flavours.

These workshops will be open to all ages and levels of ability.

 

COST:
– Adult: $25 each, or $80 if you do all 4
– Child: $20 each, or $60 if you do all 4
– Family: happy to work out family deals to make this class accessible to families who’d like to attend together.

 

CAN I ATTEND CASUALLY?:
Yes, you can!

There are benefits to coming every week, and as we will be building upon the choreographies as we go, coming to all 4 workshop is ideal, but we do understand that life gets busy and it’s not always possible to come every week.

 

VIDEOS:
– Michele teaching Springwood Tuesday night dance class:
https://www.facebook.com/afrofusion.chele/videos/1301358893330459/UzpfSTE0MTg2NDkyOTIwMDkxNToxNjg5NzA5NzU0NDE2NDE3/

– Michele’s workshop in March in Katoomba:
https://www.facebook.com/afrofusion.chele/videos/1268947333238282/

 

BOOKINGS & ENQUIRIES:
– email us at info@handsheartfeet.com
– or call / text: 0405 517 759

 

FACEBOOK PAGE:
You can also visit the Facebook Event Page for more posts & discussion:
https://www.facebook.com/events/2229162874025790/

 

 

LOCATION:

St Canices Primary School
158 Katoomba Street, Katoomba (Behind the Mary McKillop Parish)

PARKING:

This venue is conveniently located alongside Studleigh Carkpark, which is on the left as you head down Katoomba Street, opposite Greenwell and Thomas Chemist. Some on-street parking is also available.

NEAREST STATION:

Katoomba Station. St Canices is an easy 5 minute walk from Katoomba Station.

WHAT TO BRING & WEAR:

Wear comfy clothes that you can move in, and feel good in. Most dancers dance in bare feet, but if you’d like to wear shoes, that’s fine. Bringing water is a good idea.

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