We will here try to explain what is expected of participants at each level, even though it can be difficult to choose the right level. Therefore, we ask everyone to please be realistic about what dance level they are at because if you register for the wrong level it can unfortunately be an unpleasant experience for yourself and the other participants.

Beginner

You have no or very little knowledge of the chosen dance style and want to start from scratch with basic steps to music at a steady pace, and thorough explanation of the figures and movements.

Intermediate

You have participated in training in the past and have mastered the basic steps and basic shapes of the chosen dance style. Furthermore, you have a good understanding of music and can at least keep time.

Advanced 1

You have danced for a while and are ready to be further challenged. The music is medium pace and more advanced shapes and movements will be examined several times to make sure that you can keep up.

Advanced 2

The level is for talented dancers who learn quickly and have mastered many different shapes and movements in several different styles. The music is medium to fast and dancing several times a week.

Gender distribution

We strive to make gender distribution in each class as equal as possible and we will close for entries if we can see that the distribution is starting to be unequal. We cannot guarantee that the distribution of males and females is always equal in each class, as we cannot guarantee that all participants will show up, but we will do what we can to make it work. We also offer many workshops without a partner, where you can at any time participate if the gender distribution is unexpectedly uneven in a class.