Please note our Adult classes are expected to resume face-to-face from 17th May in line with Government guidance.
In the meantime our Adult classes continue on-line - if you'd like to take part just get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
PEEBLES (FHSD Studios)
10.00am Classical Ballet
11.15am Ballet at the Barre
7.15pm Dance for Exercise
10.00am Line Dancing
11.15am Classical Ballet
MOFFAT (Proudfoot Institute)
1.45pm Line Dancing
2.45pm Beginners Ballet
BIGGAR (FHSD Studio)
7.45pm Beginners Ballet
10.00am Beginners Ballet
8.00pm Line Dancing
Ages 14+. All adult classes are £6.00
*Burlesque (only) please contact 07735 551806 and book at https://app.classmanager.com/portal/sassy-school-of-burlesque-1467/register
This low-impact, very sociable dance style is such good fun. Great music to dance to – easy to learn dances. It’s super exercise without feeling like exercise!
Ballet at the Barre
This takes all the traditional classical ballet movements in easy-to-remember sequences danced at the barre. This class will improve co-ordination, balance, posture and muscle-tone.
A classical Ballet class incorporating sections at the barre, adage (slow, controlled sequences) and allegro (upbeat, elevated sequences).
A perfect class for those who have never danced before or who are beginners in Ballet.
Ballet works lots of muscles all at the same time and improves balance and posture. Age 16+
Technique based Contemporary dance promoting flexibility and range of movement. Age 16+
Dance for Exercise
A fabulous cocktail of Latin, Modern and Contemporary styles seamlessly fused together in this dynamic, up-tempo dance class. Age 16+
Fabulous, Fun Burlesque-inspired dance fitness class.
Dance is a great way to exercise and stay fit.
Dance is a great way to stay in shape. If you don't like the gym, dancing can bring fun back into the exercise.
Dance burns those calories.
Dancing is all about moving your body and moving your body is a great way to burn calories. How many will you burn depends on how vigorously you dance however in a typical one-hour session you can burn from 250 to 400 calories.
Dance can improve health.
Dance can effectively promote good health by improving cardiovascular fitness, strengthening the muscles, increasing circulation, decreasing blood pressure, lowering the risk of coronary heart disease, reducing stress, and many other positive benefits.
Dance improves coordination.
Great for improving control over your body, timing and coordination skills. You will learn how to move with grace and poise.
Dance is good for bones and joints.
Dance is a weight-bearing activity, meaning it's great for your bones. Weight-bearing exercises has been proven to increase bone density and help reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
Dance builds confidence.
Dance builds confidence by giving you a sense of success and achievement when you master it.
Dance is a great way to meet new people.
Dancing provides a natural icebreaker and is a great way to meet new people and make new friends.
Dance lifts your mood.
Any exercise can raise your spirits by raising the endorphins or so-called feel-good chemicals. This can lighten your mood and reduce the risk of depression.
Dance is good for your mind.
Dancing will keep your mind active. It will improve circulation to the brain and help stimulate the memory by remembering all the steps. Great mental exercise.
Dance improves overall well-being.
Dance has an outstanding positive effect on both physical and psychological well-being.