Keep your children active and engaged in fitness and at school through dance.
Dancing requires discipline and focus. Research shows dance is also good for the brain, as it improves spatial memory. Students may find they achieve better results at school when including dance into their schedule. Our classes offer many educational, emotional and social benefits.
We find our students also develop many strong, long lasting friendships through our welcoming dance community. Performance encourages confidence and heightened self-esteem as young dancers learn the skills to perform on stage in front of an audience.
When you’re choosing a dance school it’s normal to have plenty of questions. We’re available on 07 3843 3011 to answer any questions, or you may find the answer in our list of Frequently Asked Questions.
There is an appropriate uniform for all classes. Click here for our full dress code and uniform list.
Our studio offers a range of payment options for your convenience.
- Eftpos Credit Card-Debit card – Paywave
- Direct Debit
- Ezi Debit Payment Plans
All class fees are to be paid in full by the due date listed on your invoice, unless agreed otherwise.
Absolutely! In fact, we recommend it because we want you to be sure the class is a good fit for your child and you!
Enrolment is easy! We encourage you to book a trial class here so you’re sure.
Yes! We have large screens in our comfy reception area where you can discreetly watch your child take part in any class. Watching dance classes on the screens, rather than in the class, allows your child to focus on the lesson.
Under present studio safety guidelines for COVID-19 it is compulsory to stay home if you are unwell. However, if you’re in good health it is essential that you attend every lesson. It’s important to work with your class and stay up to date with your routines. Besides, we love to see your smiling faces at every dance class!
No, it’s not compulsory to do exams at Danzart. We believe exams are a great way to keep track of your progress. Exams can be a great motivator when it comes to perfecting your dance styles.
No, it’s not compulsory to compete in eisteddfods or competitions but we do encourage participation as we believe it’s a great way to improve skills, technique and confidence.
If you want your technique to improve then practice is really important – especially in the lead up to exams, competition, or, of course, our end of year show! How much you practice is up to you but we’d recommend at least an hour a week.
We’d like you to bring your most positive attitude to dance class as well as:
- Dance shoes
- Dance uniform
- Water bottle
- Extra bobby pins and hair elastics
Have we not answered your question?
Please call the Studio Administration on (07) 3843 3011 or fill in out contact form