Every Thursday, 6pm-7:30pm: New term starts 7th February, 2019
Katoomba Dance Class
with Emily Cooper
Every Thursday, 6pm-7:30
@ St Canices Primary School, Katoomba
An energising, uplifting dance class that is open to all ages and levels of ability.
Shake off what you don’t need, move your body and feel alive. In this class we work with a beautiful fusion of styles including contemporary, West African, Bollywood, Tribal bellydance and funky Blue Mountains flavours (…if you don’t know what that is, come along and find out)! 🙂
The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, with a focus on moving, learning and having fun.
We spend a few weeks learning a choreography, and offer optional performance opportunities. Hands Heart & Feet performances are relaxed and joyful – no stress, just a sharing of the beautiful energy we conjure together at classes.
Participants can attend casually or regularly.
There are options to pay-as-you-go, or to buy a 10 class pass.
Casual pay-as-you-go: $20 Adult / $16 Child
10 Class Pass: $175 Adult / $145 Child (valid at any Hands Heart & Feet drum, dance, yogadance or non-linear movement class).
* Please note: if purchasing your pass online, PayPal adds a $5 charge. If you would prefer to avoid this, please feel free to purchase your pass with cash at classes, OR you can text us for our bank details to do a direct transfer: 0405 517 759
We also offer options for Parent Child Combo deals, Family deals, etc.
To purchase a 10 Class Pass:
New term starts 7th February, 2019
Our classes run approximately to school term. We take breaks in the school holidays.
St Canices Primary School
158 Katoomba Street, Katoomba (Behind the Mary McKillop Parish)
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.
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.