We know what it's like to try something new, it can a vulnerable experience. That's why at FEET with Heat we endeavour to create a friendly and non-judgmental experience....we don't criticise, we don't judge and are always open to questions and feedback.
What do I wear?
The main thing is being able to move comfortably in class. Generally, guys wear pants and shirt/T-shirt and girls wear trousers and a T-shirt or skirt or dress. Basically the preferred dress code is tidy casual....unless you want to dress up, then go for it.
Do I need special shoes?
If your shoes have a shallow tread on them, they should be fine. The best thing you can do to test out your shoes is to find a polished floor (or lino) and see how they feels. You want to be able to pivot / spin on the ball of your foot.
Do I have to bring a partner?
Both singles and couples are welcome. If you have someone to bring and want to dance with them, perfect. Most people who come to class though come without their partner...and they have heaps of fun, hehe.
Who do I dance with?
We rotate dance partners, so you will hopefully dance with everyone in class...if you would rather not though let your dance teacher know - that's fine. You will never be forced to do anything you don't want to.
Do I have to know some dancing beforehand?
The reason you are reading this is most likely that you don't, so of course, no previous experience is necessary. If you do have some experience, that's cool too - be sure to select the appropriate level of class.
Are there competitions / medals etc?
We endeavour to offer our students all sorts of opportunities to dance. This includes access to workshops and competitions, special events, exhibitions and social dancing all over Wellington as well as the world.
Check out our Events page for what's on. Medal tests are held at least annually.
How long are the classes?
Classes are either 45 or 60 minutes.
How do I pay?
We take cash at the moment, sorry no Eft-Pos presently. We also have concession cards if you would like to save a little money.