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BalletJazzModern DanceHighlandScottish National DanceTap Dancing
I offer classes to a variety of age groups and abilities- please get in touch to find a class for you. Dance has given me many opportunities, friendships and a love of performance and it is a pleasure to be able to share this with my pupils. I am currently studying for an MSc in Dance Science and Education at the University of Edinburgh, which is enriching my teaching practice and allowing me to become involved with many interesting projects including Seated Swing- providing dance classes to Dementia Patients.
BalletJazzModern DanceTap Dancing
Exceptional level of dance education, all are welcome.
HighlandScottish National Dance
Highland Dancing
Cheer PomFreestyle DanceHip HopJazzModern DanceTap Dancing
Dance and gymnastics classes held in Banknock (Falkirk) area.
Acrobatic DanceBalletClassicalFreestyle DanceJazzModern DanceHighlandSpecial NeedsStage DanceTap Dancing
Classes in Perth for all ages and abilities
Highland
Helps teach when home from university in highland classes
HighlandScottish National Dance
Small but friendly school based in Wellbank near Dundee
HighlandScottish National Dance
Highland Dance - Member
Modern DanceHighlandScottish National DanceStage DanceTap Dancing
Robert and Evelyn Clark have been teaching in Kirkcaldy for 33 years. Have produced many champions both in Highland and Stage.
Stage Dance
HighlandScottish National Dance
FUN From the Highland Fling to the skill of the Sword Dance, Highland Dance is great fun. Meet friends and learn life skills like confidence, co-ordination and presentation. FITNESS Highland Dance is one of the more physical types of dance that combines strength and power with elegance and poise and is especially good for fitness and stamina. TRADITION Highland Dance is one of Scotland’s oldest dance forms dating back to the 14th Century. It has evolved over the years into its current modern form. LEARNING Highland Dance follows a structured learning process. Dancers can start as young as 3 years old learning basic steps and develop through examinations at each level. ABOUT THE TEACHER Elizabeth Wren is a Fellow of the British Association of Teachers of Dancing (BATD), Member of the Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance (SDTA) and the United Kingdom Alliance (UKA). She is also an International Championship Adjudicator and former Highland Dancing Champion. She started Highland Dancing Age 2 and competed from Age 5, placing in the Adult World Championship at Cowal. She has taught Highland Dance since 1981 and been an adjudicator for 30 years. She currently chairs the BATD Scottish East Region and has been involved with Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing (SOBHD) Technical, Finance & Website Committees. ABOUT THE STUDIO At Wren Dance Studio we offer classes from Age 3 upwards. These can be for fun and fitness and include a structured learning programme. Dancers have the opportunity to take part in displays, examinations and competitions. Examinations are carried out by the BATD and start with basic movements for 3 and 4 year olds and continue through the various levels to professional Associate, Member and Fellow qualifications. Competitions are optional and start from Age 4 in the Primary Category moving to Beginner level at Age 7 or before then progressing through Novice & Intermediate levels to Premier and Championship levels
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