No experience? No worries! Our teachers will show you the basics, and help you learn the moves. We offer a different dance style for every day of the week and you can join in at any time throughout the semester.

Join in!

Dance classes held at the City campus are free to RMIT students, and $40 for non-RMIT students. 

Classes are weekly and are for beginner and intermediate levels. 

To join City campus classes, register prior to your first class with the links below and we will keep you up-to-date about class styles, times, locations and events.

Non-students: Register here

City Campus Semester 2 2019 timetable

Classes will be held in the Activity Space at the RMIT City campus, Building 8, Level 3, commencing Monday 22 July.

Day Time Name Description
Monday

12pm

-

1pm

Salsa
(Hooma & Dalena Ebadi)
 
Salsa with a touch of bachata and tango.
Monday

1pm

-

2pm

Latin & Ballroom (Hooman & Dalena Ebadi) Mixed styles including chacha, salsa and rumba.
Monday

2pm

-

3pm

K-Pop
(Jonathan Liu)
Learn routines from your favourite K-Pop Artists.
Tuesday

12pm

-

1pm

Commercial
(Donnie Dimase)
Current, upbeat, strong choreography with jazz and urban influences.
Tuesday

1pm

-

2pm

Hip Hop/Urban (Hena Mimishi) Hip hop styled dance routines.
Wednesday 12pm - 1pm Contemporary   
(Alix Gardiner)
Expressive dance with technical aspects.
Wednesday

1pm

-

2pm

Commercial/Urban (Jordan Elise) Choreography to commercial/urban music.
Thursday

12:30pm

-

1:30pm

Urban Choreography (Trevor Santos) Hip hop styled dance routines.
Thursday

1:30pm

-

2:15pm

Funkadelic Presents

New student teacher each week

Urban styled routines, including foundation classes.
Friday   NO CLASSES  

 

NOTE: Classes do not run on Public Holidays, mid-semester break or Higher Education holidays.

Interested in teaching a class? Email dance@rmit.edu.au

After you have registered for a class

  1. You will receive a confirmation email with the class details, then show this email at your first class to the RMIT Dance Rep, get your name marked off and receive your very own Free Dance Class card.
  2. At the start of every class you attend, you must write your name down in our dance book and show your Free Dance Class card to the RMIT Dance Rep.
  3. Try the class, have fun and make sure you ask the teacher lots of questions. The class is for you to learn in an enjoyable environment, so go for it. 

 

NOTE: Classes don't run on Public Holidays, mid-semester break or Higher Education holidays.

 

Contact

For more information, email dance@rmit.edu.au.

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