DANCE IT OUT
Sit down and watch as your child’s confidence in themselves grows as they feel
the rhythm and take a spin around the dance floor.
Latin and Ballroom dancing has never been more popular than now, and not just with adults, but also with children and teenagers.
Dancing isn't only an aerobic form of exercise, but also a highly social activity. It can help improve social and communication skills, learn how to work as part of a team, and make new friends and besides all.....it is FUN!
Please register here for a free trial class
Location: 10 Foss Street / Palmyra 6157
Meet the "Dance it Out" Team
Originally from Germany, Inga started dancing and competing in Latin and Ballroom DanceSport Championships at the age of 6. After winning the German Youth Ballroom and Latin Championships she moved in 1989 to London, UK, to further her dance career. In 1993 her dream became true and she won with her dance partner, Paul Killick, all international dance titles, including the World Championships. Inga has been dance teaching for over 20 years and since 2006 in Perth, Western Australia.
Velina is originally from the Ukraine and has been living in Perth since her childhood. She is currently 2nd ranked top Professional Latin Dancer in Western Australia with her dance partner Leon Spratt. Velina has got a great reputation as a dance teacher and is looking forward to also help Wedding Dance couples to make their first dance extra special.
Leon comes from Perth and is a top Professional Latin Dancer in Western Australia. He is also the dance partner of Velina Klyots and they were placed 2nd at the last WA Open Professional Latin Championships 2019. Leon loves dance teaching, especially children and Bridal Dance couples.
Do you know all the benefits of dancing for children and teens?
1. Improves Physical Health
Dancing is a great form of exercise, and a love of dance from an early age can help motivate kids to stay active as they grow into adults. Dance classes can increase your child’s flexibility, range of motion, physical strength and stamina
2. Encourages Socialisation
In a dance class, children learn how to work as part of a team, develop a greater sense of trust and cooperation, and make new friends. With each class, children interact with other dancers in the class, and more often than not develop lifelong friendships with those dancers.
3. Enhances Emotional Development
By giving children the freedom to channel their emotions and energies in a safe environment, their self-esteem and confidence will increase significantly.
4. Enhances Cognitive Development
The dedication, discipline and focus children learn and practice in dance classes are important life skills that will transfer over to school, work and other aspects of their lives.
5. Encourages Creativity
Dance encourages children to be more creative and to express themselves in many ways.