Terms & Conditions
An Introduction to Dance Club 2000
Our aim is to teach seemingly complicated Modern Ballroom and Latin American dance routines to even the most 妴-footedॲson in a simple and step by step manner by means of one to one and group instruction. These are complimented by written notes, regular feedback sessions and many opportunities for general practice to enhance and improve your technique.
Dance clubs are not just for people who want to become competitive dancers, but also for those who want to meet people of all ages with a similar interest. Dancing is a great way to keep fit, socialise and learn a new skills.
General dance club requirements
A good dance club should give you encouragement and confidence as well as providing a range of dance courses you can participate in. Here at Dance Club 2000, we have listened to our members and adapted accordingly, now offering a wider and more comprehensive range of courses than ever before catering for all levels of ability.
Your Dance Instructor should be appropriately
qualified and insured. Angela Horton is a qualified Dance Instructor
through the International Dance Teacher Association.
The facilities should be clean, with suitable flooring and not too overcrowded.
In order to be convenient for our members, we have adapted our class times in order to suit people who sometimes can only make weekends and others who prefer week nights.
comprehensive teaching courses are run by Angela Horton, who is a qualified
Modern Ballroom, Salsa and Latin American dance instructor. The programme will take
beginners step by step through combinations necessary to dance complete figures
around the dance floor. Contains special practice exercises to loosen you up and
help you master the essential rhythms to take any dance floor with ease and
confidence. A pleasant evening in sociable company. The course is suitable for
couples and singles, although this does not always guarantee that singles will
always be partnered by participating dance course members.
Today, the ten Ballroom dances that are the foundation of the social dance scene are the same ten standard dances used in the International Ballroom Competition and Championships. They are waltz, quickstep, foxtrot, tango and Viennese waltz in the modern ballroom section and the rumba, samba, cha-cha-cha, jive, salsa and paso-doble in the Latin American section.
Please wear smart-casual clothing and if you have them, dance shoes. If not, please ensure that shoes fit well and are comfortable. Please do not wear jeans, flip flops or trainers, as these are not suitable for Ballroom or Latin American dancing. Please bring bottled water to drink.
Terms and conditions for all courses:
enrolling information contact Angela Horton via the