Registration

Please refer to the Course Information (opens in a new tab) page for more details on the courses being offered this semester.


Registration FAQ

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  • What’s the course language?
  • At what level should I register?
    • If you’ve never danced Lindy Hop before, Lindy Hop Beginner is the right level for you.
    • If you have been dancing for about half a year or longer but you have not attended weekly classes and/or social dancing very regularly, join the Lindy Hop Beginner-Intermediate level. This may also the level that you can take if you have followed one or two courses (10-20 lessons) of Lindy Hop elsewhere.
    • If you feel comfortable on the dance floor, have attended local workshops, and attend social dancing regularly, you may consider Lindy Hop Intermediate.
    • You can join the Solo Jazz course if you have some Lindy Hop experience, for instance if you have previously taken the Lindy Hop Beginner course.

     

  • Do I need a partner?
    Because the Solo Jazz course is a solo dance class, you can’t register with a dance partner for that course.

    Note: we intend to keep the ratio leaders/followers somewhat balanced. If there are many more leaders registering than followers, we will start a waiting list for individual leaders. Conversely, with many more followers than leaders registering, we will start a waiting list for individual followers.

    Couple registrations are only put on a waiting list in the event that the course is full.

  • What is a “leader”/”follower”?
  • What clothes should I wear?
  • What kind of shoes should I wear?
  • I heard you rotate dance partners during class?
  • I only want to dance with my partner!
  • What if I can’t make it to all classes?

Dancing and physical fitness

Dancing is a physical activity and the association, teachers and staff assume no liability for personal injuries or loss of, or damage to, personal property. If you have any doubts as to your physical abilities, please consult your physician before participating. Enjoy and dance at your own risk.