Adults

Multiple class discounts apply for many of our classes: £40 for 2 classes per week across 4 weeks in a row/£55 for 3 classes




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Adult Weekly Timetable

If you cannot view our google spreadsheet or download from this link please email us so we can send you our timetables as attachments.

Our adult classes run through school holidays. All adult classes are held at our studios however workshops may vary; please see below.

*Beginner (B), Intermediate (I), Advanced (A) levels. (All welcome = no previous experience is required).

(pp) per person.

Queen Bey Workshop

Wednesday 11th December

6.30-8 pm

at Streetenvy, BS56XX


All adults ages 16 and above, beginner to intermediate level are welcome to attend this sassy, commercial dance workshop with fab choreo for everyone from 'the single ladies', 'naughty girl's' and even those 'who store everything in a box to the left'!

Only a few spaces remain. Book via our events tab. View our last workshop demo clip to the left!

90s/Rock/Moulin Rouge

6 week adult beginner dance courses

"I'll tell you what you want, what you really really want!" and that's to book onto all 3 of these courses asap! Times and dates can be found via the paypal link below:

MJ Workshops

Excperience fun workshops just as MJ did years ago with his very own choreographer, Jeffrey Daniel, creator of the 'moonwalk' and famous 'lean'.

To book, please visit our homepage or events page.

Streetenvy hosts brand new 2019 Cabaret courses as part of the Cabaret Academy based in Bristol and the South West.

Please see our Facebook page @ The Cabaret Academy for further information.

Discount available for both courses when booked together. £60 per person. You do not have to attend every week, we will take privately shared videos to update you on the ones you have missed and to recap those you attended.

Optional professional performance opportunities at the end of each course.

Street Dance

Street aka “vernacular dance” incorporates styles that evolved outside of dance studios in any available open space such as streets, parks, school yards, raves and nightclubs. Choreography is improvisational and social in nature . Styles include house, vogue, waacking, dancehall, hip hop. breakdancing, Locking, Popping, Melbourne Shuffle, Tecktonik plus many more.

Commercial

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, Chris Brown & Jason Derulo.

Reggaeton

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.

Let those hips swing. booty shake and body flow freely in our highly addictive classes.

GloEnvy Dance 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.. Please advise if you are epileptic.

Break Dance

Also known as b-boying/b-girling, break dancing is an athletic style of street dance. While diverse in the amount of variation available in the dance, the style mainly consists of four kinds of movement: toprock, downrock, power moves and freezes.

Kastumi will guide your technique, teach choreography and encourage those difficult freezes and windmills you've always wished to grasp!

Cabaret

Elegant, showgirl and showman, vintage - dynamic!

From Charleston to Can Can, Feathers to fans, boas to blowing kisses this is a little bit of everything and a whole lot of fun!

Cabaret courses available to book via the links above.

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!