Are you ready, dear dancers?! Our next block of Lindy Hop classes will take place on Mondays and Fridays in May to July 2019.
- Monday classes (Lindy C and Speciality classes) with our special out-of-town guest instructors Natalia and Kay will run from 20th May to 8th July (Speciality classes giving 6 classes of 60 minutes, Lindy C giving 6 classes of 75 minutes; no classes on June 10,17)
- Friday classes (Lindy A and B) will run from 3rd May to 5th July (9 classes of 60 minutes in each course; no class on 31st May due to Hemelvaart) taught by your local Nijmegen teachers.
- Lindy A and B: Fridays May 3, 10, 17, 24, (no class 31); June 7, 14, 21, 28; July 5
- Lindy C and Speciality classes: Mondays May 20, 27; June 3, (no classes 10, 17), 24; July 1, 8
See here for level descriptions.
|Lindy A||19.30 – 20.30||Fridays||Impro vi (main room)|
|Practice time for students||20.30 – 21.00||Fridays||Impro vi (main room)|
|Lindy B||21.00 – 22.00||Fridays||Impro vi (main room)|
|Lindy Speciality class||19.30– 20.30||Mondays||Impro vi (main room)|
|Lindy C||20.30 – 21.45||Mondays||Impro vi (main room)|
|Lindy A/B||80€ per person (9 classes of 60 minutes)|
|Lindy C||80€ per person (6 classes of 75 minutes)|
|Lindy Speciality class||60€ per person (6 classes of 60 minutes)*|
*The fee for Lindy Speciality classes is 40€ when taken in conjunction with a Lindy B/C course. Students with a valid student ID get a discount of 10€ on the total course fee.
If you want to work on what you learned in class, please do feel free to make use of the practice time. There will always be a teacher available if you have any questions or need some advice. Plus you will get to know better your fellow dancers!
Students can take a second class on the Friday evening in a lower level for free, for example if you want to learn to dance the other role. We give priority to new students, of course (please check the terms and conditions on the website). Please note that your “main class” will be the highest level for which you register; your second class must be in a lower level.
More questions? Check out the FAQ.