classes

INCLUSIVE OUTDOOR DANCE CLASSES FOR EVERYONE

Monday Evening

6:30 - 7:30pm

Meet at the entrance to the Gallery of Modern Art, Stanley Place, Southbank, Brisbane.

Entrance to GOMA

Tuesday Night

5:30 - 6:30pm

Meet outside on the grass at the Kirra Hill Community & Cultural Centre, Coolangatta. 

Saturday Morning 

9:30 - 10:30am

Meet on the opposite side to the entrance of the Gallery of Modern Art, Southbank, Brisbane. Near Kurilpa Point Park.

WHAT TO BRING:

 

Yourself! Come as you are.  Comfy clothing is great for moving in and a water bottle is good for hydration.


Respect! We do not tolerate discrimination of any kind.  Racist, sexist, ableist, homophobic, or transphobic behaviour/attitudes will not be tolerated. 

WHAT TO EXPECT:

 

A fun time! That is the focus. 

 

The class runs like so:

  • Introduction

  • Acknowledgement to country

  • Stretch and conditioning

  • Grooves - follow along movement to get the heart pumping

  • Learning a short dance

  • Closure

  • We film the final run through to look back on and see how incredible group movement can be and to encourage new people to join our community and access dance experiences. Please speak to us if this is an issue for you. 

ACCESS - GOMA

GOMA wheelchair access is via the street level entrance on Stanley Place or via the lift from the Stanley Place car park beneath the State Library of Queensland. Parking bays for visitors with disability are located in the car parks situated within the Cultural Precinct. A temporary set down area for Australian Disability Parking Scheme permit holders is located on Stanley Place for drop off and pick up only.

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Behind GOMA, near Kurilpa Point Park

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Kirra Hill Community & Cultural Centre

ACCESS - QUEEN ELIZABETH PARK

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online classes

A VIRTUAL, SAFE, SUPPORTIVE AND FUN CLASS TO KEEP YOU MOVING, CREATING AND CONNECTING

***CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE.  WE WILL BE ANNOUNCING OUR NEW ONLINE OFFERING SHORTLY.

Each class involves:

- guided stretch

- follow along groove warm-up

- learning a short choreography to a different artist each week