Education in the art of dance develops the knowledge and skills required to create, perform, and understand movement as a means of artistic communication. A comprehensive education includes improvisation, technique, choreography, performance, observation and analysis.
The health benefits of dance as physical exercise are well documented, but dance is also a wonderfully creative medium for mental well being, both through the physical element of the exercise and the creative exploration of expression through physical movement.
We offer a variety of dance classes which cater for varying age groups and stylistic approaches to the art of dance. Please browse our dance classes to see which class best suits your desire to get moving and to develop your own creative and physical masterpieces. Term 2 for these classes starts the week beginning 24th January 2022, and they will be available to book from 12th January 2022 here. To read about our experienced and dedicated Dance teachers (Ms. Lesley Anne Radcliffe, David O'Connor, Aoibhinnn Quirke and Sinead O'Flaherty) and Flexibility teachers (Danny McAuliffe and Aoibhhinn Quirke) click here.