A dance weekend is an additional benefit for all dancing enthusiasts.
Whether you are a total beginner, where you can find out from scratch, with many different styles, to join in with the fun of dancing.
Or a more experienced dancer, who has come along to polish up on your skills. You already know, about the fun of dancing.
Come along for a weekend of dancing, for the extra fun, for a few days.
These weekends are usually very good value, with a timetable of tuition and freestyle, to fit into a busy fun filled occasion.
These dance weekends, often have a variety of several styles, where you can either try something different, or brush up on more than one style.
They are held in a hotel or holiday camp venue, these can give a choice of bed and breakfast, half board or self catering accommodation.
Arrangements that can suit all individual tastes. Some may want more dancing, while others want a more relaxing break, with occasional dance sessions.
You can go on your own, as a couple or in a group. The bookings are usually gender balanced for accommodation and the dancing.
It does pay to book early for some events, especially the more popular venues.
The ladies tend to get booked up the quickest, they seem more keen on these functions.
Some venues may take more ladies, as they do not mind dancing together, and may also want to learn the lead role.
Some venues lay on other activities, such as sport related interests, to give more variety, should you need more physical adventures.
It would be advisable to book early, if you wanted to bring your own group of friends, who may want to share any rooms.
If you enjoy bringing people together for this type of occasion, for a weekend of fun and activity. A dance weekend could be the ideal venue for your short break.
The perfect antidote for a busy life, getting away just to dance, is so very essential.
These weekends will be bursting with workshops, entertainment and of course hours of dance practice.
So grab your dance shoes and toothbrush and escape for the weekend joining hundreds of other dancers.