Classes


Adult and advanced kid's classes run through school holidays. Many children's classes are term-time only. Males and females are welcome to attend each class. Classes held at our studio in Bristol are labelled 'Studio 1 or Studio 2' below. Please enquire for further information. We recommended you book in advance. 
*Beginner (B), Intermediate (I), Advanced (A) levels. (All welcome = no previous experience is required).
(pp)  per person.

Classes labeled 'NEW' require pre-payment to save your space. Please act fast to avoid disappointment due to limited availability per class. To view the below timetable in full you may prefer to use a pc/laptop instead of  your phone or ask us to email this across to you as an attachment.

YOUR FIRST EVER TRIAL CLASS WITH US IS ONLY £1 (classes need to be booked in advance to gain this offer).





Mondays                                                                     
Crossways Primary School - students from other schools are very welcome too.
(Infant School Hall)
Knapp Road
Thornbury
BS35 2HQ

We also teach classes at Tockington Manor School, Sefton Park Primary and Colston's Primary (invitations to school pupils only).

Streetenvy began in Oxford in 2011 and we continue to get many enquiries. We do not hold classes in the Oxford area any more.
For dance classes in Oxfordshire, please click here for our class recommendations.

Classes cost from £5 per class*

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*adult classes may vary in cost depending on the level. Children's classes are pay-per-school-term and only run during term times, with the exception of KruEnvy. Please enquire for more information. Please arrive earlier than the start time on your first visit to complete a health questionnaire and to promptly make payment in cash only to avoid any delays. Each adult class is due to end a couple of minutes before the end of the time above to allow space for dancers to leave the studio in time for the next class. All payments are non-refundable.

Reggaeton Dance
A blend in Jamaican influence of dancehall with a splash of Latin American salsa, a touch of electronica and the result is the combination of Spanish rap with Puerto Rican routes. Reggaeton is characterised by a specific beat and ‘riddim’ that will require your hips to be held down to avoid them swaying to the music! Warning: highly addictive.

 
Street Dance
Street aka “vernacular dance” incorporates styles that evolved outside of dance studios in any a...vailable open space such as streets, parks, school yards, raves and nightclubs. Choreography is improvisational and social in nature which encourages interaction with spectators and fellow dancers. Evolving from urban underground culture, street dance refers to modern folk dance. Styles include house, vogue, waacking, dancehall, hip hop. breakdancing, Locking, Popping, Melbourne Shuffle, Tecktonik plus many more.


 
Commercial Dance
Commercial aka “new style” aka 'feel-good-dance' is a popular response by the dance industry to modernise hip hop with elements of jazz and funk. Commonly seen in music videos and concerts, you can liken this entertaining and diverse form of dance to that of Lady Gaga, Ne-Yo, Beyonce & Jason Derulo.


Click here for an example of a commercial adult beginners session.

GloEnvy Fitness
**A FIRST FOR BRISTOL!**
Such a great work out for those of you who are keen to club without the effort of having to dress up and spend on drinks! In low-level lighting we dance with disco lights and glow sticks to have fun and get fit - something for those of you with little confidence since no dance experience is required and you can hide away from the everyday fitness class in a lit up studio. Please advise if you are epileptic. Glow sticks are available to purchase from us at £5 per pair on the day (reusable, battery operated and a good strength glow for best use) or feel free to bring your own along.

A little insight:

GloEnvy Fitness Sessions


House Dance
A street dance style: A social dance primarily danced to house music with roots in Chicago and New York club scenes. The main elements of house include footwork, jacking and lofting with sometimes fast and complex steps combined with fluid movements of the torso.


Dancehall
A street dance style: This style is danced to a genre of Jamaican popular music which originated in the late 1970s from reggae music. Be prepared to learn how to twerk, dutty whine and 'pop di collar' plus many more authentic moves and techniques!


Contemporary
Contemporary dance is a dance style in which a story or theme is explored and portrayed with the body. It involves contact work, improvisation, floor work, balance, travelling sequences and leaps. Contemporary dance also uses techniques from ballet, modern and jazz, as well as embracing dance and movement styles from other cultures.


Musical Theatre
Musical theatre is is a form of theatrical performance that combines songs, spoken word, acting and dance. There is a strong emphasis on characterisation and stage presence. Students will delve into the glitzy world of musicals whilst becoming well rounded performers. A great way to build confidence! At Streetenvy we concentrate on the dance with some acting during the performance.




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