Kate_N Posted June 23, 2018 Share Posted June 23, 2018 Does anyone know the current DanceXchange drop in class policy? For a time before I left Birmingham, they had a policy that you could only dance in one skill level of class. Is that still the case? I'm going to be working in Birmingham next week, and am making time to get to DanceXchange adult ballet classes (one of the things I miss about living in Birmingham are the DanceXchange studios & classes). I personally found that policy quite unhelpful - if I could only do the Advanced classes (2 a week) that wasn't really enough to do those classes safely, so I'd do an Improvers or Beginners as well. But apparently there as a complaint that someone felt 'intimidated' in an improvers Jazz class because there more advanced dancers there - personally, I like having people to follow and I learn from watching more advanced dancers! So they stopped people enrolling for a term's worth of classes in 2 different levels. Teachers didn't mind if you came on a drop-in basis though, so the rule seemed more honoured in the breach ... Is that still the case? Will I be chucked out if I try to do drop-in classes in different levels? On Monday I think there's a really nice timetabling of an Improvers class, followed by anAdvanced class. Where I live now, I can only get very basic ballet classes - an excellent wonderful teacher, but I'm out of practice with more advanced stuff & I'd like to have a go, but with an Improvers class as well to help me get up to speed. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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