Thursday, 14 April 2011

Dance HQ

I've been terrible at writing this blog so thought I'd pop online to let you know what I've been up to dance-wise. In the last few weeks I've started taking class at the newest studios in town, Dance HQ.

Dance HQ opened in 2010 and was founded by Susan Elena, dancer and choreographer. There are two studios with lovely floors, barres and mirrors and, with huge windows, a lovely New York loft feel about them. They are situated by Glasgow Green and there's plenty of parking as well as being 5minutes from the centre so handy for everyone.

The range of classes is great and they offer a better range of class levels than other Glasgow studios. Classes I'd particularly like to try are advanced contemporary and pilates (strengthen that old back of mine) but unfortunately at the moment the evenings they are on don't suit me.You can try classes from beginners to professional in tap, ballet, street, hip hop, break, jazz, mtv, yoga and many more! Each class runs a block of 6-8weeks or it's around £6.50 for each class as a drop in.

These studios have something to offer everyone, what I'd like to see in Glasgow now is an advanced technical jazz class, advanced tap, body conditioning for dance and daytime classes....I wish there was a buzz for dance here as much as in London, Dance HQ is a much nicer place to be than pineapple!