Scoil Rince Branwen offers new introduction classes every month with FREE trial classes! These classes are a great way for new students to try our classes to see if Irish dance is something they will enjoy.
Not sure where to start? No worries! Contact us and we will be happy to find the class that will be a perfect fit!
Little Leprechauns – Ages 3-5
An introduction to Irish dance for the Wee Ones! Dancers practice basic foot placement, balance, rhythm and timing through dance, games and motion exercises.
Gettin’ Jiggy– Ages 5-7
Come learn the basics of Irish dance; skip 2-3’s, sidesteps and a jig step! Dancers will be introduced to basic Irish dance fundamentals such as foot placement, posture, rhythm and timing. Dancers will treat their friends and family to a brief performance after the last class to showcase their new skills. This class will prepare dancers for a beginner level.
Gettin’ Reel– Ages 8-16
Get a jump start into the basics of Irish dance! Dancers will learn skip 2-3’s and sidesteps while focusing on Irish dance fundamentals such as foot placement, posture, rhythm and timing. These techniques are then incorporated into reel and jig steps. Dancers will treat their friends and family to a brief performance after the last class to showcase their new skills. This class will prepare dancers for an advanced beginner level.
Our adult classes focus on fitness and form. Both individual and traditional group dances are taught. No previous experience is required. Just come and prepared to have fun!
Levels 1-10 (Beginner-Championship):
Our dancers are welcome to compete, perform or dance recreationally. All dancers are held to the standards of the class level regardless of their participation decisions.
Our classes are divided up based on ability. Dancers begin with level 1. which is a beginner level class focusing on Irish dance fundamentals and basic step dances.
Our unique program allows dancers to excel at their own pace. Each level (1-10) has specific steps and materials that need to be mastered before moving to the next level. Each dancer has the opportunity to set their own goals and keep track of what they have accomplished and what they need to work on in order to advance. When a level is complete, dancers are awarded and recognized for their accomplishments.