Shimmy your way into our Bollywood Dance course for adults (16 years and over). Save your spot by signing up now using our secure online registration and payment.
Sign up your little one for our next Bollywood School Holiday course (6-12 years old). Simply use our secure online registration and let the fun begin.
Village on Broadway, Building 4, 85 O'Riordan Street (near Officeworks), Alexandria, NSW 2015, Australia
Adults: $120 for 6 weeks
Kids (6-12 yrs old): $90 per child for 6 weeks
Each class runs for 1 hour and starts on time, so please come early so you don't miss a beat. You'll warm-up with some popular Bollywood dance steps and work up to a routine that you can showcase to your friends and family during the last class of your course. To ensure everyone enjoys themselves, each class will cover some of the basics of Bollywood dance, offering you a feel for the style – even if it's your first time.
It's important you feel comfortable so please wear clothing that allows for movement. Normal workout clothes are fine, but please feel free to style yourself with Bollywood bling to get in the mood. Bollywood is best performed with bare feet, but you can choose to wear sneakers if you prefer. It's a good idea to bring water so you can stay hydrated while you work up a sweat.
Our Bollywood and Beyond workshop is designed for children ages 5-18 years old and starts with a lively performance from Sirens Dance. This is followed by a 45 minute interactive presentation about the geography, culture and traditions of several different regions in India, with demonstrations and pop quizzes to keep the kids engaged. The program concludes with a 45 minute Bollywood dance workshop to get the kids active and build their confidence, while having lots of fun.
We also offer Bollywood Discovery – a pre-school program designed to stimulate children's developing senses by introducing them to some of the vibrant colours, textures, musical sounds and spice scents from various Indian cultures. Sirens Dance do a short performance to entertain the children and then show them some simple Bollywood dance moves. The children love seeing the beautiful Bollywood costumes and getting to dress up in bindis and bangles themselves.