Be amazed by the YouTube video of a 76 year old woman Salsa dancing better than anyone a third of her age! Don’t be fooled by the title ‘Ginger Rogers dances salsa at 92’, it’s not Ginger, it’s a beautiful mature lady showing us all up. If it doesn’t get you inspired to dance, I don’t know what will! Now go get your dancing shoes and find your way to our Top 5 dance spots in and around Cape Town (except that guy with the two left feet shuffling around at the back dragged along by his wife – you can go back home and watch the rugby).
Learn this hot and sexy dance at Que Pasa Latin Lounge every Tuesday and Thursday, doors open at 6pm. R50 per class at 15 Caledon Street.
7pm – Intermediate and Advanced
8pm – Beginners and Maverick
9pm – Social Dance
There’s no need to be embarrassed, pole dancing can help you lose weight, improve flexibility and get into shape while boosting confidence. They’re even talking about making it an Olympic sport! For the bashful, there are Hip Hop Cardio Dance and Suspended Anti-Gravity Yoga classes on offer too. Get dancing for R400 a month in Milnerton.
Everyone should feel the joy of moving in harmony with a partner and you can get everything from the basics to advanced classes in Ballroom and Latin at this lovely big studio in Tyger Valley. Group classes take place every Monday and Wednesday: 8-10pm.
With a vision to create a one-stop Health and Wellbeing Centre in Main Road Bergvliet, Enerchi Emporium teaches it all: Hip Hop, Contemporary Dance and Afro-Fusion, Toddlers Movement, Ballet and Modern Jazz, Latin and Ballroom.
Get a ballet dancer’s physique through contemporary dance at this studio at 54 Regent Street, Sea Point. At R70 for drop-in classes (less is you pay per month); you can try out everything until you find the class for you. Some proceeds go towards iKapa’s Outreach Programme teaching dance and life skills to over 300 township children.