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Choreography Courses

Salsa and Bachata Shines Choreographies 

Starts Sunday Jan 12th , 10 Love Street

Make sure to sign up for these fantastic shines choreographies starting in January. Both routines are ideal for improving your knowledge of the dance style, while improving fundamental Latin dance techniques such as your body movement and isolation, styling, weight transfer, spins and turns, and footwork. ​

The routines are aimed at an intermediate level, so a thorough knowledge of the basics is required. These choreographies also form part of the Queensland United team, where dancers from Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast will perform together on stage! 

Missed the first few weeks of choreography? Not to worry! Enquire about a private lesson or two and join the team! 

Couples Choreography - 2020

In 2020 Stepping in Sequins will have some exciting new choreography courses! 

Check back soon for more details on:

  • Salsa Partnered Team

  • Ladies Stiletto Latin Team

  • Competition Shines Team

  • Fun Bachata Partnered Team

As with all of our choreography courses, we do cap the number of participants. This is to ensure participants receive adequate individual feedback.

Ladies Masters 

 

Having worked with numerous dancers within in the masters age bracket, we recognise the way in which new skills and choreographies are learnt changes with age. To facilitate more effective learning, this course will be taught to develop core dancing skills at a pace more suited to long-term and muscle memory development.

This routine is ideal for any dancers who identify as masters to learn in a supportive and like-minded environment. Our goal is to prove that dancing is for anyone and everyone, regardless of age! Competing is not a requirement, so all are welcome to learn and take part in the choreography! 

As with all of our choreography courses, we do cap the number of participants. This is to ensure participants receive adequate individual feedback.