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Making Connections from Home > Dance

Dance is a great way to enjoy yourself – whether as a beginner, or if you have already learnt to dance. Although we might associate dancing with being at a class or in a club, at home we need to find a suitable space, and then to decide what else you need: music, a tutor, perhaps a partner.

It can be equally inspiring to watch great dancers in action and there are some wonderful online videos or live-streamed performances available.

Here are some useful resources to enjoy dance at home.

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Live classes 

Dancing Alone Together – MOVE

  • A calendar of live classes from around the world to follow at home.  
  • Classes for different levels of experience, from complete beginner to experienced dancers 
  • Wide range of styles including ballet, salsa, contemporary, belly dancing and hip-hop, as well as pilates and feldenkrais classes. 

Dance to Health

  • Online dance sessions aimed at people over 55
  • Led by professional dancers specifically trained in dance for health
  • Boost strength and balance to help prevent falls
  • 6 sessions for £30.

Royal Academy of Dance

The Royal Academy of Dance are offering free online dance classes that allows you to make the most of dancing at home. Rad@Home offer manageable bite sized, weekly videos for all age groups and abilities from children to Silver Swans.  

Sadler’s Wells

  • Watch dance workshops live with others on Facebook, or in your own time during the week afterwards 
  • Includes workshops focused on children and workshops for older people  

Dancing shows and festivals 

Dancing Alone Together – WATCH

  • A compiled library of dance available to watch
  • Learn from the best with free access to recordings of the biggest dance shows in the world