Bellydance Moves is a fantastic class based in Sunderland, filled with fun loving friendly women of all ages, shapes and sizes! A low-impact class that tones and sculpts your body whilst having fun!We dance Egyptian style as well as Bollywood and Hawaiian! Whilst in class I supply you with gorgeous jingling belts, flowing veils, cymbals and dancing fans. Its half the fun! I've also got grass skirts, colourful leis and sparkling bindis for you all.
Tuition for children in Theatre dance (Tap & Modern Stage/Jazz) and Contemporary Freestyle (Disco) which includes Rock & Roll, Street Dance and Slow Dance. Tuition for adults in Ballroom, Latin,Sequence, Latin In Line, Mambo/Salsa and Merengue. At the present time when Dance Teaching is unregulated, people can, and do, set themselves up to teach dancing without holding Dance Teaching Qualifications.
Farida Dance would not be the success it is without the help and hard work of the 'Farida Crew'. Their faces are familiar to many people as they travel to different events and try to entertain ourcustomers whilst finding them the ideal costume to suit their needs! Want to find out more about them? In 1998, Kay Taylor started importing professional belly dance costumes to the UK as she had been unable to get any here herself.
Penny Rae was a TIN Arts board member from 2005 - 2010. Throughout her time supporting and working with TIN Arts, her impact on us was quite profound. She was always happy to offer a fresh perspectiveon life, work, dance. She was a terrific advocate for challenging us to think about things differently and asking (with a broad smile and a cheeky glint in her eye) "what would happen if you did it another way?"
Dance JAM are a company based in Sunderland who provide dance classes to schools, academies and community venues across the whole of the North East. We provide an array of disciplines including StreetDance, Hip Hop, Ballet, Contemporary, Jazz, Lyrical and many others. Established in August 2012, we have already secured many contracts within different schools in the area.
Do you live to dance or yearn to perform? Here at the Kathleen Davis Stage School & College, we've been creating Sunderland stars for nearly 40 years. If the smell of greasepaint attracts you to thestage we can help you achieve your dream. More than just a dance school, the Kathleen Davis Stage School & College can take your natural performing talent and mould it. Singing, drama, choreography and stage craft are all part of the curricula so your talent will shine with our guidance.
I was at East Durham College last night where I watched a show that had your school of dancing as part of the show. I was very very impressed to say the least. We are looking for companies to showcase their business in the shopping centre. Would you be interested in putting on a performance one Saturday and you would be able to have a collection at the same time. You can also have a table to put out information regarding your dance school. Let me know if this is of interest to you.
We have 2 new class starting January 2015 at North East Dance Studio, Sunderland. The classes will be extra Ballet & Body Conditioning for Junior/Senior Saturday Dancers. All Dancers should wearcorrect uniform for this class, it is important for ballet that you are wearing Leotards, Tights & Correct Shoes.
Romero School of Dance was established in 2009 and offers dance classes in Classical sequence, Ballroom, Latin and Salsa to both Children and Adults. Romero School of Dance is ran by Lindsay Romerowho has twenty five years of dance experience. Lindsay began her dancing career at the age of three and participated in Ballet, Tap, Stage and Disco but when she discovered Ballroom and Latin at the age of five it was this style of dance that she excelled in.
In January 2003 the Stacy McMullen School of Dance was established at Hedworthfield Community Centre, Jarrow offering classes in Tap & Stage. The school had approximately 5 pupils when it firstopened. By the end of the schools first year they had over 40 pupils attending classes on a regular basis. With the schools successful 1st year Stacy's sister Emma decided to come on board and they were then able to offer classes in ballet and disco.