- Our classes are meant to be beginner friendly and fun.
- At each class we begin by going over some basic steps to warm up. The footwork makes the dances feel more Irish, but isn't really necessary to do the dances.
- Then we pick a couple of dances to learn and go through those. We will teach them a move at a time and call the steps when we dance them to music.
- You really truly don't need a partner. We understand that it's fun to have a friend to dance with but you're perfectly welcome to come dance without one.
- You also really truly don't need experience. Or Irish heritage. (We definitely aren't Irish)
- The best shoes are ones that you can dance in. We would not recommend high heels or boots.
- Whatever type of shoes you choose, please make sure they are non-marking and have not been worn outside. The dance studio has wooden floors that we do not want to scratch or damage. We also wouldn't want to track in anything sharp that might hurt our fellow dancers.
- HOWEVER. Please don't let shoes or lack thereof prevent you from trying out our classes. You can always dance barefoot. Also, we are happy to work with you. If you have more specific questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- As far as clothing goes, the best clothes are ones you can dance in.
- We do not, however, recommend jeans.
- You will get hot and probably sweaty. In summer, light clothes are best. In winter, layering is your best bet. The studio may be cold when we come in, but it won't stay that way.
Other Useful Info
- Bring a water bottle. You'll need it.
- We will have water bottles that you can buy for $1 if you forget yours.
- Parking is very limited and there isn't a parking lot. We recommend carpooling if at all possible.
- Please park along Delaware Avenue or on Broadway Street, not in Michelle's neighbor's space. Thanks!