Ballroom Intensive Course

Level 1

Always wanted to learn Ballroom dancing but cannot commit to a regular weakly class? Our intensive ballroom dancing course is designed to get you dancing in a day!

You will learn the Waltz, the Tango, the Jive, and the Cha-cha covering their rhythm and a number of steps in each style to give you good foundations as well as a variety of steps and figures. There will be plenty of practice time to music so you can experience how all steps come together.

This crash course in Ballroom dancing is perfect for those who are time constraints or live outside of London. It is also ideal for those getting married and are looking to learn to dance as a couple.

Courses Timetable

NOTE: The prices per course displayed below are per person. Making a booking assumes you have agreed to our booking terms and conditions.

Course Day Date Location Price Book
Ballroom & LatinBeginners (Level 1)
Saturday Morning 10.00am-2.00pm
17.Feb-17.Feb 1 Day
Ballroom & Latin Beginner (Level 1)£95

Note: * Couples Only *

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  • Westminster Studio, SW1

    The hall at the The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith St, Westminster, London SW1P 3BU

    Tube: Westminster (5 min walk), St James Park (3-4min walk)



    Zoltan started dancing at the young age of 6. Zoli is now a Hungarian turned Londoner whose passion lies within teaching.

    He holds a BA in physical education and teaching degrees in Latin and Ballroom Dances. He is fun, energetic and enthusiastic and strives to make each class enjoyable and upbeat.


    Nuno has 15+ years of continuous teaching experience and specialises in all Ballroom and Latin styles as well as Salsa, Bachata, Jazz and Wedding dance choreography. He has competed internationally and has also worked as a choreographer in a number of TV Dance shows.

    Nuno has a warm and friendly personality which puts everyone at ease and helps his students achieve excellent progress in each lesson or program he is teaching.


    Mohammed is an award-winning instructor in Latin dance which is his specialism.

    He has been teaching for almost a decade everyone from beginners to advanced and his motto is "all classes must be fun" so expect a fair few jokes.


  • What to wear in a ballroom and latin class?

    Smart casual clothing and comfortable shoes. If you are a beginner normal shoes (ideally with leather sole) are a good choice. Trainers, boots and high heels are not recommended. Small heel for ladies is most suitable but flat shoes are acceptable too.

  • I am on my own, do I need to bring a partner?

    You will be rotated with the other students whom have no partner either, so having a partner join with you is not necessary.

    To ensure all students have an enjoyable time, we actively monitor the bookings to ensure there is not too much of an imbalance

    It is advantageous to make your booking early as sometimes you will see just before the course starts on the timetable restictions for a particular sex if there is proving to be too much of one over the other.

  • My partner and I wish to stay together on the course, is this possible or do we have to rotate?

    Whilst it is highly recommended to improve both leading and following quickly (essential to being able to dance outside of class) at the beginner level, couples who join together do not rotate unless the tell the instructor they wish to.