The Academy of Professional Physical Arts is Northern Ireland's leading provider of combined physical arts training. APPA-NI provides opportunities in multiple forms of physical arts techniquesincluding Ballet, Jazz Dance, Contemporary Dance, Aerial Arts, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Acrobatic Tumbling with additional programs in Barre Plus Fitness and Physical Boys.
Learn Salsa in Belfast with Tony & Carolina in a great atmosphere at The Botanic Inn, Belfast! Our classes cover from absolute beginners, improvers, intermediate to advanced. You will learnpartnerwork technique and styling, spinning technique and shines. We teach Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, Rueda, Cha cha, Ladies Styling and Zumba Fitness. You don't need any experience to join our classes and you don't need to bring a partner either.
Sara is the Director and organiser of Irish Delight Oriental Festival & Ayub Essence. Her passion for Belly Dance helped her to create the Ayub Belly Dance community in Northern Ireland. She has beenteaching in Belfast (and around the province) for the past years and had spread her love for this art form throughout the country, delivering workshops and performing in different festivals and private events.
Over the past 54 years we at the Clarke's School of Dancing have tried to supply the best in social dancing for both adults and children across the community. Our classes cover hip hop - jive - socialballroom and Latin along with Argentine tango and our wedding first dance lessons.
With Amazing facilities, a wonderful teacher, endless opportunities and spectacular shows, Victoria Academy of Dance is the place to be! They're like a little family with the big girls really lookingafter the little ones! Kezia does Ballet and Modern and is starting Tap this year she would dance her every day if she could!
We can offer classes from Pre-school to Pre-professional and your child can benefit enormously in an envirnoment which strives to remain relaxed and non-exclusive. The safe and correct dance trainingof both children and vocational students is of course a high priority which is why Susan uses the extensive syllabi of the Royal Academy of Dance. The R.A.D examinations are accredited by CCEA which places the Academys qualifications in the National Qualifications Framework.
Dance Associate addresses social welfare through performing and creative arts for recreation and other leisure activities to improve the conditions of life and well-being of the people of NorthernIreland. Dance/the arts are not a luxury but a suitable choice for everyone; the right to be physically literate, have a positive relationship with one's body and body image and feel comfortable expressing and sharing our stories and experiences in the non-verbal medium of movement.