Twice the Fun
Day & Time: Wednesday, 20:15 – 21:15
Dates: 19.07.2023 – 26.07.2023
Learning both dance roles is not only a lot of fun, but also gives you a deeper understanding of dance in general. By switching between leader and follower roles within a dance, you and your dance partner can experience even more diversity and create a whole new level of communication in dance.
This course is all about changing it up: switching between leading and following within a single dance. Elegantly changing roles, without interrupting the flow of your dance, adds excitement and variety to your communication. As a side benefit, learning more about both roles gives you a deeper understanding of dancing in general. But the main benefit is: tons of new ways to have fun with your partner on the dance floor!
In order to join this course, you should be able to comfortably dance basics such as tuck turn and swing out in your usual dance role. A little experience dancing the other role will also be very helpful. If you can’t comfortably dance a few basics in both roles, be ready for a big challenge 😉
NOTE: please register in your USUAL ROLE. For instance if you usually dance as a follower, then please sign up as a follower. Of course, in class you'll spend most of your time dancing as a leader, but the official sign-up role is still "follower".
Want to Join Role-Switching Moves?
Step 1: Select a payment option below and fill out the form
Step 2: (While logged in) Select this course again and sign up
6-Class Package for a couple
If you want to take classes with us, but you don’t want to commit to a subscription yet, then this option is for you.
This package is intended for couples who want to sign up for classes together.
You can also purchase this package as a single person, to have even more tickets available for yourself 🙂
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Here’s where Role-Switching Moves takes place:
SwingStation Kurfürsten-Anlage 58
The entrance is on the eastern side of the building (toward Stadtwerke), nicely reachable from the Kurfürsten-Anlage itself or from the Kirchstraße.
Public Transportation: many busses, streetcars, trains; stops “Hauptbahnhof” or “Stadtwerke”.
Parking: street parking, best-found in the Kirchstraße. (Please do not park in the yard.)