Welcome to Park Lane
Our latest class venue opened is Sep 2019 and is well-placed for our frequent social events.
Initially we are offering Jive Level 1 and as the classes grows we are extending the teaching time in preparation to add a second class.
NOTE: Last 2019 class is on 16 Dec. First 2020 class is on 13 Jan. A 3-week break.
INITIAL SCHEDULE JAN 2020
8.15 Jive Level 1 (60 mins)
(more to be added in 2020)
Level 1 Jive is a sixty-minute session for just £5 and at first you will need to join on one of our regular start dates where we will teach you the basic elements to get you started: we recommend a 4-week introduction course for just £15.
Up-coming start dates for new beginners are: 13 Jan, 10 Feb, 9 Mar.
- Level 1 Jive
- £5 per week
- JIve Level 1 from 8.15 to 9.15: You must start Jive on one of our regular start dates.
- Intro to Jive
- £15 for 4 weeks
- Pre-book here you first 4-week block here
- Use the button to book this introductory block-booking offer
- Up-coming start dates are: 13 Jan, 10 Feb, 9 Mar.
St Joseph's Church Hall
Berkshire Drive at the Junction with Park Lane, Tilehurst, Reading RG31 5JJ.
The car park entrance is on Berkshire Drive. The hall to the side of the church and the entrance doors face Park Lane: you will not be able to enter at the side door, only at the main double doors. Across the road the bus stop has very regular services on routes 15 and 17.
This a spacious hall has a wooden floor and ample on-site parking.
SEE MAP BELOW.
Our patient teaching methods are well suited to novice dancers who will each progress at their own pace. We like to emphasise the fun and will gently coach and encourage you on your dance journey. Dancers who wish to stretch themselves are suitably supported upon request once they have a good grasp of the essential basics.
We ask all of our students to be aware of their limitations and fitness level and to dance within their physical limitations. We want to take you across the fun threshold not the pain threshold. If exercise is one of your major motivations then we can show you how to put extra energy into your dancing and how to ease back when you want to. These classes will prepare you for relaxed social dancing rather than competitive dancing and so we are not expecting super-human dance ability to be the norm.
Dance develops your balance and spatial awareness, your general fitness and your ability to surprise and impress friends and family. Beyond that we are happy to keep supporting your dance ambitions.