Tuesday: Drop-in Balboa Swing Classes with Corner Pocket Swing
Beginners can start any Tuesday night at 6:30pm in the Balboa Fundamentals class. You don't need to bring a partner. We rotate the class so you'll get to dance with lots of people. If possible please book classes through the Corner Pocket Swing web store: https://cornerpocketswing.com.au/store
|Level 1||Balboa Fundamentals*||6:30pm to 7:30pm|
|Level 2||Balboa Explorers**||7:45pm to 8:45pm|
|Special||Varies as per schedule||8:45pm to 9:45pm|
$19 online price ($16 for concession card holders)
it's a dollar more to pay at the door.
We ask that you click here to book each class through our store so that we can ensure a reasonable lead-follow ratio and avoid exceeding our venue capacity limits.
Level 2 students may attend the Level 1 class on the same night at no additional cost and we strongly encourage it!
PREPAID 8-CLASS PASSES are available! Enjoy 8 classes for the lower price of $130 ($110 concession). Class cards are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase.
Buy for yourself or as a gift here:
The Danish Club
36 Austin St, Newstead, QLD, Australia.
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Our wonderful venue is situated very close to the city for easy access from all suburbs and is a stone's throw from a variety of great places to eat and drink before class. But most importantly, it's air-conditioned...
Rob's phone number: 0418 715 891
Robert Edwards & Emma Hadfield
Corner Pocket Swing - Balboa is the Facebook page for this class.
www.facebook.com/rob.and.emma.dance is the Facebook page of the teachers.
Code of conduct:
The Corner Pocket Swing website also has a page with these class details.
*Beginners can start in this class any Tuesday night. You don't need to bring a partner. We rotate the class so you'll get to dance with lots of people.
**Level 2 Balboa Explorers classes will assume that you can lead or follow the fundamentals of Balboa, such as Up-hold, Down-hold, and Out&In basics, Ad-libs, Crab-walks, Paddles, Come-around, Throw-outs, and Lollys. All of these are regularly taught in the Level 1 Fundamentals class and you are most welcome to move up once you've got a handle on them.