RDA Kids Dance Club
Dancing has many benefits socially, emotionally and physically for individuals of all ages. Dancing can also be an outlet for children suffering ADHD, as a lot of kids suffering from this illness, are able to relax with the music, and enjoy the structure of the class. It helps children develop better social skills, builds confidence as well as helps prevent against diseases such as Diabetes, by adding mental and physical exercise to daily activities. Dancing also builds discipline for growing kids, a trait that can be seen in many other walks of life.
We love (and encourage) our parents/guardians/grandparents etc to stay during classes and watch what the children learn. We feel that this supports the students, and makes them feel more relaxed in this environment. And besides, it may encourage you to join in!
RDA Kids Dance Club will run to Queensland school terms. There will be 3 classes on a Thursday afternoon at our Forest Lake Location, The Forest Lake Community Hall, 60 College Avenue, Forest Lake:
- Tiny Tots (ages 3 – 5) at 5.00pm – 5.30pm *NEW CLASS Commencing 31st January 2019*
- Mini Groovers ( ages 6 – 9) at 5.30pm – 6.00pm
- Teen Groovers (ages 10 – 18) at 6.15pm – 7.00pm
We will be running these classes as Medal classes, and students will sit an exam at the end of Term 2 of the Queensland School Term. Children will be learning dances from 3 styles, in the styles of Standard, Latin & New Vogue (Australian sequence dancing) and work towards the medal.
Register now for your free class. Please contact Jody on 0412 433 233 or Kaliah on 0425 853 113 for any enquiries.
RDA Kids Dance Club is also excited to announce our second location at Paddington. Currently due to demand, we will only be running the Teen Groovers Class on a Thursday afternoon, Paddington Hall, Moreton St, Paddington:
- Teen Groovers (ages 10 – 18) at 4pm – 5pm
As demand grows in this location, we will be offering a full suite of classes. Please contact James on 0401 034 515.
While not all dancers choose to compete, dancing in a competition can foster self-esteem for young dancers.
Dancesport is the name given to competitive Ballroom Dancing. Competitions are held on local, regional, National, and International levels. Dancers compete in groups against other dancers of the same age and skill level. Although competition may bring visions of elaborate costumes, covered in rhinestones, at the juvenile level (up to the age of 13) there is a restricted dress standard.
In 2019, we will be looking to develop a competition team, looking to compete in our competitions throughout Brisbane & outer areas (Gold & Sunshine Coast).
Should your child be interested in competitions, please contact us here, or speak with any of the coaches and we would be more than happy to provide further information.