Classes available on weekdays and weekends.
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Fixed regular classes – after school times below for BIA (Brent Indian Association) and The hub studio
Tuesday and Thursday between 4pm to 7pm
Saturday 12pm to 4pm.
Special dance batch can be arranged based on requirement.
Special weekend batch available
Regular Evening Bollywood and Zumba classes from 6pm to 8pm at The Hub Studio.
Bollywood dancing stems from the Indian film industry and is now popular
throughout the world. It 's known for being upbeat and often helping to tell a story or show emotions. Bollywood dance blends classical Indian dance forms, with its intricate hand gestures and footwork, with modern western styles, including hip hop and jazz.
This style of dance has evolved from the Indian Bollywood movie industry. It's
great fun, it's exciting and combines various styles of dance. This lively form
of dance encourages movement of all parts of the body giving it a good
With a long history in the courts of Mughal emperors and kings, the Kathak dance form has mesmerized audiences for centuries. Originated in northern India, this graceful dance style is known for its graceful hand movements, fast intricate footwork and rapid spins. Kathak promotes flexibility and toning of the whole body.
Zumba is a popular fitness programme inspired by Latin dance.
The word "Zumba" comes from a Colombian word that means to move fast and have fun. Using upbeat Latin music together with cardiovascular exercise, Zumba is aerobic dancing that's great fun and easy to learn.
Salsa dancing is a fun and flirtatious form of partner dancing, fusing steamy
Afro-Caribbean and Latin styles into simple and lively movements. The word "salsa" is Spanish for "sauce" (usually hot and spicy), which is an
appropriate description for a dance that's energetic, passionate and sexy. The basic steps are easy to learn and you'll salsa your way across the dance floor before you know it.
Unlike dances such as ballet, contemporary dance is not associated with
specific techniques. In contemporary dance, people attempt to explore the natural energy and emotions of their bodies to produce dances that are often deeply personal.