Bring on the Fun!

Adulting is hard! Sometimes the news is depressing, the future is scary, and work is just a bit...meh. That's when you know its time to shake things up a bit! Get a little exercise, step outside your comfort zone, maybe even make some new friends. Our Lindy Hop Fundamentals Course is just the thing to... Continue Reading →

Bring your friends!

Have you been trying to talk your other half into going to a dance class? Wish more of your friends would have a go at dancing? So do we! More dancers means more dancing for everyone! According to our extensive scientific research (many years of running Swing Dance Leeds), now is the time when inhibitions... Continue Reading →

Discover a New Hobby Today!

Don't let the darker evenings get you down! Even if you've been out of school for years autumn still feels like time for new beginnings. We meet a surprising number of people who say they've been meaning to try swing dancing. So what's holding you back? Fear of the unknown? Just can't tear yourself  away... Continue Reading →

Try Something New This Summer

Learn the Lindy Hop Summer is the perfect time to step out of your comfort zone and try something new! Our Lindy Hop Fundamentals Course is a great way to have a go at learning swing dancing in a low pressure environment. We'll take you through the basics in a small class with other beginners... Continue Reading →

Learn the Fundamentals of Lindy Hop

We love introducing newcomers to our favourite dance. If you've been meaning to have a go at partner dancing our Lindy Hop Fundamentals course is a great place to start! The course will give you a solid foundation of basic lindy hop moves and techniques so that you'll be ready to strut your stuff on... Continue Reading →

Learn to Dance in 2019

The new year is a great time to try new things. Here are some compelling scientific reasons to have a go at lindy hop: Partner dancing is good for your brain! Studies have shown that partner dancing can reverse the signs of ageing in your brain and help prevent dementia. Physical touch is good for... Continue Reading →

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