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The 10 Most Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do I need to have previous dance experience?
    No, Berg covers the foundation of the dance in almost every class he teaches. He focuses on important elements such as rhythm, coordination, posture and balance. Please note that even if you have danced before it is still necessary to start a new dance from a beginner level.
  2. Is there an age range for this dance?
    No, everyone is welcome.
  3. Do I need a dance partner?
    No, Lambada is danced in couples but during the class the students rotate so that everyone changes partners throughout the class.
  4. What should I wear to the class?
    - Casual/comfortable clothing
    - Flat shoes with suede or leather soles (no higher than an inch heel)
  5. Do I need proper dance shoes?
    Eventually, once you have committed yourself to learning lambada, we would suggest that you purchase a pair of Lambada shoes. Dance shoes can be purchased during class or from our website shop.
  6. Can I pay for a block of classes and get a discount?
    Yes, if you pay 3 months upfront you can attend our weekly classes (Wednesday & Saturday) for just £240 plus membership. Please note that this offer entitles you to come to all the classes during a 3 month period.
  7. Can I get a student discount?
    Yes, please bring a valid NUS card or college card in order to get £2 off every hourly class that you take. Please note that this discount does not apply to membership charges.
  8. How long will it take for me to learn how to dance?
    It depends on the individual; generally speaking it takes a few months to understand the rhythm and basic steps. Therefore within that time you will be able to dance with a partner in a coordinated manner.
  9. How often do I need to come to class before I see the results?
    If you come to class regularly, your dance will improve within the first few Months.
  10. How can I improve my dancing?
    You will need to attend dance classes regularly and listen to the music in your own time. If you are dedicated, disciplined and enthusiastic, you will notice the results. It is also very important to attend our Monday Night at Fiesta Havana as you will be able to practice what you have learnt in class and PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT!