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Kids Dance Classes Locally

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movedancesweat03 Sun 08-Jan-17 23:40:04

Hi Mums, I am thinking (and starting) of starting dance classes for kids 6-12 years old. I currently teach grown ups and have been teaching for over a decade now :-), love it but have been asked quite a few times what about kids.

So i got the courage and inpsiration - booked a hall. I have two bubbas of my own that I teach (2+ and 6 years) and they love it, especially when I incorporate Just Dance :-). They are my inpsiration really, for wanting to teach other kids, their energy, their creativity, the way the express their mood, priceless.

The music is pop, chart, hip hop, world music - I am also into my french and world music......:-). I am excited about this new challenge / adventure - I have done one off, all day workshops for kids before and it went very well but just didn't manage to keep it up. That work, life and childcare balance, didn't really happen for me till now.

My questions are: do you have this type of workshop in your local area? - is it something you think your kids would love to have? currently covering Hertfordshire area only at the moment. Do you have your own dance camp that run? what is it like....etc? x x x and feedback and thoughts will be apperciated.

meatloaf Mon 09-Jan-17 03:14:16

Good luck op.

If you are looking for a gap...What I would like to see are dance (or any other exercise class) where the parent can go with the child together. I am on my own and no family to help with DD but really need to up my exercise ante.

movedancesweat03 Mon 09-Jan-17 12:20:23

Thank you "meatloaf".....I love the idea of child and mum/dad exercise but never quite sure of time slot...thank you for taking the time to comment.

Tsotofamily Mon 09-Jan-17 23:33:01

I also think a mum/dad and child exercise/dance classes would be good.

Good luck x

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