Ballroom Dancing at the USC
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Dancing has become very popular in the past years. The popularity of programmes such as ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ has put dancing back on the map in the Netherlands. There is a wide variety of dance to choose from at the USC, from Belly dancing to Zumba and from Ballroom dancing to Salsa. There is something fun for everyone who loves to dance.
Lose yourself to the rhythm of the music
Classes are easy to follow – no complicated dance steps - accessible to both young and old. The uplifting salsa, flamenco and hiphop music make every class a party! It doesn’t just make you happy; you are working on losing that extra weight while having fun. More and more boys and men are also finding their way to the dance classes.
Certain registration rules apply to our group classes and fitness training, which can be found on this page. Read them carefully.
Week schedule 2020-2021
Click here for the provisional sport schedule 2020-2021.
This course is on offer in Unit 1 to 5.
Dancing is an ideal way to relax after a hard day’s work or study. It is also a perfect way for the expressive sports person to let their creative energy flow. Above all it is a fun way to make new contacts and expand your social network with an active and creative pastime. At the USC you can choose from a wide variety of dance classes at all levels of experience which ensures your weekly dance class will never become boring!FROM COUCH POTATO TO GO-GETTER!
You can choose from the following styles:
Beginners: English Waltz, Tango, Quickstep, Cha-cha-cha, Rumba and Jive
Intermediate: Slow Foxtrot and Samba
Advanced: Viennese waltz and Paso Doble
Have you danced before? Don’t know what your level is? Do you want more than a beginner’s course?
No need to be shy. Just ask one of our instructors. They would be happy to give you advice on the endless possibilities that ballroom dancing has to offer! Once you have completed two course blocks you can choose to move on to the next level. Discuss this with your instructor at the end of your second block.
On top of that, we offer lots of additional activities that allow you to show off what you have learned.