Zouk Dance Classes
New class Registrations are now open! Beginners welcome.
Brazilian Zouk is a flowing partnered dance originating from Brazil in the 90’s. It’s an exciting yet sensual and hypnotic dance, often using melodious soulful music. Using the entire body, the dance is more about body movement and therefore is more grounded than other styles, so people tend to enjoy it more in flat shoes than heels. No previous dance experience? No worries! Start as a beginner and progress at your own pace, learning the foundations and building up your skills and confidence. Come as an individual or with a partner, it’s up to you! At Steven Kelly Dance Studios we teach through Private Lessons and Group Classes since 1964. To get started book an intro private lesson or join one of our 8 week group courses.
What To Expect
- Learn to dance Brazilian Zouk
- Beginners to advanced
- Adult classes 16+
- No partner required
- No experience necessary
- Wear any comfortable clothing
- Wear any smooth soled shoes
- Supportive environment
- Professional instructors
- Top CBD location
- Parties & Events
- Performance opportunities
- Private Lessons or Group Classes
Private Lessons vs. Group Classes?
Private dance lessons are tailored to your specific needs and each lesson is planned with your goals in mind. This makes them the fastest and most efficient way to learn or improve your dancing. You’ll work with a teacher 1-on-1 and bookings are flexible and can be scheduled any days and times to suit you. Receive a personalised program to reach your dance goals, and come individually or with a partner! Book a free private lesson on us.
Group classes are a fun and social way to learn Zouk. Our classes have set difficulty levels 1-4 which cater for beginners to advanced. Courses are 8 weeks duration and each course has a specific number of steps, combinations and patterns that are taught. Classes have less individual attention, and more repetition of steps as you’ll rotate through the class and dance with different partners. For Dates, Pricing and Enrolments go to: