Ongoing Classes for People Aged 18+

 

“There are short-cuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them.” – Vicki Baum

 

Dance to the music of summer and find your rhythm with classes this August at CoisCéim

Join us for a month of specially curated, open level classes with Dagmara Jerzak (Contemporary Open Level) and Jeanette Keane (Ballet Basics). Our summer term begins on the 1st August and runs for four weeks. Sign up to both and receive a 10% discount! 

The Studio is the home of international professional dance company CoisCéim Dance Theatre. Located just off O’Connell Street in Dublin 1, our evening classes are only for adults – feature small class sizes, a relaxed atmosphere and highly experienced teachers, who are often performers themselves.

Click here for details about classes & projects for people aged 50+

2018-2019 Schedule

Summer 2018 | 1 August – 23 August (4 weeks)
Term 1  | 4 September – 25 October  (8 weeks)
Term 2  | 29 October  – 13 December (7 weeks)
Term 3 | 15 January – 7 March (8 weeks)
Term 4 | 19 March  – 2 May (7 weeks)
Term 5 | 14 May – 4 July (8 weeks)

SUMMER 2018 | 1 – 23 August | €55  BOOK NOW

Ballet Basics | Open Level | Wednesdays 6:15 - 7:30pm | 4 week term

A body friendly approach to ballet with an emphasis on clarity of movement to suit all abilities. Expressive and enjoyable, it is designed to push the boundaries - and help extend your technical range and give you a real sense of dancing through the challenging style of Ballet.

If you are a complete beginner and you have never taken a dance class before - we recommend trying our next 8-week term of Ballet Beginners class starting on 5 September 2018.

Led by Jeanette Keane

Contemporary Dance | Open Level | Thursdays 6:15 - 7:30pm | 4 week term

Energising and challenging - this class begins with a slow and controlled warm-up drawn from Release Technique. It continues with varied technical exercises at floor and standing level, and some fun sequences that explore efficient ways of working with weight and gravity, energy and dynamics, and use of the breath – and incorporate elements of floor work, jumps, turns, and travel steps.

This class is open to all levels - but if you are a complete beginner, we recommend trying our Beginners 1 Level class starting on 4 September 2018.

Led by Dagmara Jerzak

Term 1  | 4 September – 25 October | 8 weeks of 1 class for €110 Book Now

Contemporary Dance | Beginners 1 | Tuesdays | 6.15-7.30pm

Take your first steps in Contemporary Dance with BEGINNERS 1. This class starts with basic standing and floor exercises to build core strength and coordination. It develops with simple travelling phrases and finishes with learning choreographic sequences to some great music! Energising and fun, BEGINNERS 1. offers a good workout for your body!

Led by Mónica Muñoz Marín

Contemporary Dance | Beginner 2 | Thursdays | 6.15-7.30pm

The next step – BEGINNERS 2 offers a series of challenging, rigorous exercises to increase technical ability and expand dance vocabulary. Learn how to fall and recover, spin and balance, and jump and turn mid-air! This class evolves with practising more complex dance sequences to music to help increase both technical and expressive dance skills.
Led by Megan Kennedy

STREET DANCE | All Levels | Tuesdays | 7.45-9.00pm

A high-energy class perfect for beginner adults looking to build stamina and learn basics of street dance. A dance style that developed outside of the studio setting, it includes funk, hip-hop, locking, body isolations, grooves and floor work which are then built together in choreographic sequences.

Led by Tobi Balogun

Ballet | Beginners | Wednesdays | 6.15-7.30pm

Discover pliés, points and pirouettes and take a step into the world of Ballet. This class is suitable for people with no previous experience in Ballet.
Led by Jeanette Keane

Ballet | Intermediate | Thursdays | 7.45-9.00pm

Challenge your body, refine your technique and extend your classical vocabulary. This class moves at a fast pace and is intended for people with prior ballet training of at least 3 years.
Led by Stephen Brennan & Kilian O'Callaghan

BOOK NOW

Or Contact us classes@coisceim.com 01 878 0558 

DROP-INS: Subject to availability on a first come, first served basis. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.

All Class and Project FEES are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Term 1  | 4 September – 25 October  (8 weeks)

Term 2  | 29 October  – 13 December (7 weeks)

Term 3 | 15 January – 7 March (8 weeks)

Term 4 | 19 March  – 2 May (7 weeks)

Term 5 | 14 May – 4 July (8 weeks)

DROP-IN FEES: Drop-in and dance for €15 per class OR sign up for the full term.
Students receive a €5 discount on all drop-in classes. Must show valid Student ID card.

NOTE: Drop-in is at a first come, first serve basis until class capacity is reached.

TERM FEES: 8 weeks – €110, 7 weeks – €97.  (one class per week for the term)

Class fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Please note that places can only be guaranteed with pre-payment. Drop-in places are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

BOOK BY THE TERM AND SAVE: 10% discount when booking for 2 or more terms at the same time – available for bookings made by telephone or in person.

Comfortable clothes, e.g. t-shirt and leggings or tracksuit. All classes can be done barefoot or in soft ballet shoes or thick socks for ballet classes. Trainers with dark-coloured soles are not permitted in the studio.
Please refer to our booking page to pay online with paypal (you do not need a paypal account to use this option). We also accept credit and laser card payments made in person or by calling us at 01 878 0558. Please note that we must receive payment before we can confirm your place in the class. Payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.
CoisCéim Dance Theatre is located around the corner from Clerys: on Sackville Place next to Ladbrokes.

Beginners – for anyone who has: less than 1 year’s dance training, attended classes part-time or had a break from dance training for several years.

Intermediate – for anyone who has two to three years training in dance.

These definitions are a guide and are not definitive.
If you would like to change levels please ask for advice from the class teacher. If you would like progress assessment or feedback you can also ask Philippa Donnellan, Director of CoisCéim Broadreach

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