In dance there are different levels. Choosing a level for your classes is quite difficult. It is not only about how long you’ve been dancing, or how good you are at the start of this workshop. It’s also about how quickly you learn new stuff, how open you are to trying out new approaches, styles and what the level is of fellow dancers in this workshop.
The best advice we can give you from here is to not rush to get to a higher level.
If you want to become a better dancer, you will learn the most in the correct and not in the highest level.
We truly trust and respect our teacher’s opinions as well as their knowledge in this case and we kindly ask our participants to do the same.
This means that there might be a risk of being put into a lower group or level then you hoped for or even signed up for.
If your partner, significant other or friend ends up in a different level than yourself and you want to be together we will do our best for you to end up in the same group. The principle is that the person in the higher level move down.
During the first class on Saturday all levels will be reviewed by the teachers to make sure everyone is in the right level.
Also there will be some other classes you can choose from. More info will follow.
You’re a rock and roll, boogie or lindy hop dancer for more than 1 year and less than 3 years.
You go to social dances and you can manage the basic triple steps of the dance and you can dance
the 6, 8 and 10 count moves. You prefer dancing on not too fast music.
You’re a dancer for more than 3 years. You join social dances on a regular base.
Your basics are rock steady and you know quite some moves. And you can dance
to slow and faster music maintaining your balance and your timing.
You like to improve your leading or following, your musicality, your technique and improvisations.
You are a real boogie dancer. You can dance to slow and fast music with ease.
You know how to take a break and dance to the music. Your dance and the music are one.
You can be a teacher, or you dance or danced competition. You lead or follow fluently.
You learn by watching and with ease.