Sylvan School Of Dance
Sylvan School of Dance is a close-knit, friendly school offering dance to pupils of all abilities. We run classes in 2 locations - 15th Romsey Scout Headquarters, North Baddesley and at the Oasis
M&k Dance & Fitness
We would like to invite everyone to our first showcase, where we will celebrate M&K 1 st BIRTHDAY.Come and join the fun. Our instructors and students will perform and also will do some small activity
Pole Position Dance & Fitness
Forget hours of sweating in the gym - pole dancing for fun and fitness is the way forward! Pole dancing is the most amazing way to lose weight, tone up and get fit, whilst having a giggle at the same
Baby Ballet & Pre-School Dance Classes
Welcome to The tutu Club - a dance school for pre-school girls and boys based in Southampton, Hampshire. We focus on fun and imaginative dance and movement classes for toddlers and children aged 18
Roynon Dance - Woolston
All teaching staff are CRB checked, & are qualified members of the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD). We pride ourselves on our friendly, caring approach to dance teaching, and strive to
Eileen Eagle School
The School is headed up by Miss Eagle, who has been teaching dance students for over 50 years and has a wealth of experience as both a teacher and a professional dancer. All of our teachers are ISTD
Stagecoach Southampton
We first opened our doors in 1988 when Stagecoach founders Stephanie Manuel and David Sprigg launched three schools in Richmond, Redhill and Woking. Their formula of teaching small classes of children
Tango Lingua
In tango there is a 'leader' and 'follower'. Through the embrace, the leader offers invitations to the follower for where and how to step. The follower decides in what way they will accept the
Roynon Dance Swanmore
Roynon Dance Swanmore is a successful, long established dance school. We are pleased to offer classes in tap, ballet, modern, contemporary, jazz, musical theatre and street. Our Summer School is a
Pickup Dance
Do you want to get fit but find the idea of running, cycling or working out at the gym just a little… boring? The answer may lie on the dance floor. According to the NHS website, regular dancing is