Get Dancefloor Ready with Jessie

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The perfect bite-sized class for people who just want to feel a little more confident on the dancefloor!

No choreography or complicated moves. This class does not focus on dancing as a performance to an audience, but rather on discovering moves that you feel happy doing and that you could bust out on a wedding dancefloor.

This class is aimed at beginners and is suitable for every body-type, age and mobility. Please get in contact if you have specific questions or requirements.

What will we cover?

In this workshop we will break dance down into three sections:

  • We’ll start by listening to a variety of music to get a feel for different rhythms and how to move to them.
  • Next, we’ll move onto focusing on our bodies and exploring different ways it can move to music, adding some variety to your current dance move repertoire.
  • Lastly we’ll add some flavour by sharing tips and tricks that will help you look more smooth instantly. Plus, how to include other people in your dances if you choose 🙂

What should I bring?

  • Clothes that you want to boogie in! This doesn’t necessarily mean your most comfortable clothes. For example, if you want to get better at dancing in heels, bring them to class!
  • Drink bottle.
  • If taking hardcopy notes is a useful tool for your learning, consider a notebook and pen as well.


  • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
  • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
  • Quiet Spaces
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreted on Request

    Who will be teaching?

    Jessie (she/her) is excited by dance and movement. She loves to create spaces where people feel comfortable exploring how their bodies move and believes that dancing should be a joyful, no-stress activity. She has done classes in latin styles, swing and contemporary, but is by no meansa professional.

    She was tempted to use the phrase “Jessie has lit up dancefloors internationally” in this bio to make it sound like she has competed globally. Really she just went to a club in Buenos Aires one time.

    “You look like you’re having so much fun when you dance” – Stranger on dancefloor 2023

    “Woah are you like… an actual dancer?” – Stranger on dancefloor 2024

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