Enjoy free dance classes at Active Parks Dance

Active Parks Dance Leave the nippy weather behind you for an hour and shake off the winter blues literally at South Bank’s free Active Parks Dance classes.

There’s four classes to choose from – OPA-cize™, hip hop, jive and swing, and hot hula – and each class is designed to suit all ages, fitness types and levels of experience. Classes are held in South Bank Piazza on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:30-6:30pm between 24 July and 17 August 2017.

To join in, simply pop on down with friends or on your own, as dance partners and bookings are not required. Check out the complete program below. 

OPA-cize™ with Dance Fit with me l Mondays 5.30-6.30pm
24, 31 July & 7, 14 August
This is the first structured, 100 percent, pure Greek Dance fitness workout of its kind in the world. Opa-cize is choreographed very simply so you can pick up the moves easily and enjoy greek dancing.

Hip Hop Dance with Mad Dance House l Tuesdays 5.30-6.30pm

25 July & 1, 8, 15 August
Come dance to the greatest current and old school Hip Hop, Rap and RnB tracks. Whatever is getting you moving in the clubs, this is what will get you moving in this class! Come refine your skills and chase that feeling of mastering a routine. This is a style anyone can learn; no prior training is necessary.

Jive and Swing with Orchards Dance Studio l Wednesdays 5.30-6.30pm

26 July & 2, 9, 16 August
The 20's, 30's and 40's brought about some exciting and intriguing dance styles. If you are looking for something new to change up your weekdays, why not join in this class and learn a variety of swing styles and routines that are fun and energetic.

Hot Hula Dance Fitness with World Wellness Group l Thursdays 5.30-6.30pm

27 July & 3, 10, 17 August
This is a fun, new and exciting "total body" dance workout inspired by the dances of the Pacific Islands. It provides a total body workout with easy to follow moves suitable for all ages and fitness levels. 

Active Parks Dance is presented by Brisbane City Council and South Bank Parklands.

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