Whether you want to brush up on your previous expertise or learn a completely new form of dance from scratch, Dance For All in Edinburgh has numerous options on offer from beginners to advanced level to keep your body in tip-top condition.
All classes at Dance For All are a great way to exercise and provide a progressive learning experience, allowing you to hone your dancing skills while building a more flexible and supple body. Whether you are looking for expert tuition for yourself or your children or simply some ‘me’ time, Dance For All provides a truly exhilarating dance experience.
“The instructor is friendly – classes are relaxed. He is fun but still firm. I have a ball at the class! And I get a workout… what’s not to like?!”
– Cheryl (Read more Adult Class testimonials)
Our adult dance classes in Edinburgh are open to any age from 16 to 106 years old! Click the tabs below…
Yoga all levels
Tap beginners, improvers
Pilates level 1
Jazz Dance beginners
Spanish Flamenco beginners
DROP-IN Classical Ballet beginners, general/improvers – with a live pianist
Yoga all levels
Tap int/adv, more than 2yrs experience
Pilates levels 2-3
Jazz Dance improvers
Spanish Flamenco int/adv
DROP-IN Classical Ballet intermediate-advanced – with a live pianist
RAD Ballet intermediate
RAD Ballet advanced 1
ISTD Tap intermediate
ISTD Tap advanced 1
ISTD Tap advanced 2
ISTD Modern intermediate
ISTD Modern advanced 1
Our popular classes run termly Mondays through to Fridays and require advance booking for the termly courses with weekly drop-in (pay-as-you-go) classes held in classical ballet – see flyer below. Some of our classes also run throughout the school holidays and some more experienced classes may be invited to perform at our annual Spring Fling. View the weekly Timetable
Regular dance classes can provide numerous health benefits throughout life, encompassing physical, cognitive and emotional. Read our article by Jeda Pearl, which gathers together report and study findings on the Health Benefits of Dance.
Our Principal Director, Tracy Hawkes, has been interviewed by Gina Davidson, Associate Editor of The Evening News in The Weekender feature article on the 4th February 2012: “Give Dancing a Stamp of Approval.” Read the interview and full article on The Scotsman.com.
“It’s a fun and approachable way to get into dance, the teachers really pay attention to you individually and make sure you get the attention you need.”
– Laurie (Read more Adult Class testimonials)