COVID-19: Maximum 20 participants per class
|4.30 – 7.15 pm||Children’s Medal Classes – 2021 Term 1 commences 1 February|
|7.45 – 8.45 pm||Adult Beginner Ballroom 8 week block – next block commences 22 March|
|4.00 – 7.00 pm||Private Lessons|
|7.15 – 8.15 pm||Adult Beginner Ballroom 8 week block class – next block commences 30 March|
|8.45 – 9.45 pm||Adult Beginner Ballroom 8 week block class – next block commences 30 March|
|4:00 – 7:30 pm||Private Lessons|
|7.30 – 8.30 pm||Rock ‘n Roll for Beginners 5 week block class – next block commences 7 April|
|8.45 – 9.45 pm||Intermediate Rock ‘n Roll 5 week block class – next block commences 7 April|
|4:00 – 7:30 pm||Private Lessons|
|7.30 – 8.30pm||Adult Beginner Supervised Practice session|
|8.45 – 9.45pm||Adult Intermediate Ballroom 8 week block class – next block commences 25 March|
|9.30 – 11.00 am||U3A Members Experienced Dancer Class – Term 2 commences 23 April|
|11.30 am – 1.00 pm||U3A Members Beginner Class – Term 2 commences 23 April|
|8.00am – 1.00 pm||Private Lessons|
|Private Lessons by appointment|
Ballroom: $100.00 per person / $190.00 per couple per 8 week block per class
Rock ‘n Roll: $65.00 per person / $125.00 per couple per 5 week block
|Children’s Medal Classes||$90.00 per child per class per school term for 4-8 year olds|
|$115.00 per child per class per school term for Levels 1 and 2|
|$195.00 per child per class per school term Level 3 (includes 1 hour private lesson)|
|Siblings atrtract 5% discount|
|Private Lessons||$45.00 per 1/2 hour for up to 2 people plus $7.00 per person per half hour for any other participants (maximum of 6 participants in 1/2 hour lesson)|
|$85.00 per hour for up to 2 people plus $14.00 per person per hour for any other participants|
|24 hours notice of inability to attend or that timeslot to be paid. One lesson paid in advance to reconfirm the following booking|
|U3A Classes||Financial membership of U3A Nepean is required to attend these classes. Find out how to join here https://www.u3anepean.org.au|
NB. Timetable and Fees are subject to change without notice
What Our Dancers Say About Us
I have wanted to learn Ballroom Dancing all of my life, but somehow the years raced past and life got in the way.
At long last I am delighted to be in the U3A beginner’s Class and would like to say a big “thank you” to Therese Walz for your patience, your sense of humour and your dedication to teaching us how to dance well! Read more...
TheU3A Ballroom Dancing Classes held at the Penrith Ballroom Dancing Studio most capably taught by Therese Walz might also be described as wellbeing classes for seniors as they incorporate many of the skills and activities recommended to improve and maintain the mental, Social and physical aspects of Senior citizens lives. Read more...
Therese, you are a wonderful teacher, you explain things very clearly, take time to help anyone who is struggling, you have a lot of patience and are able to communicate well with both adults and children alike.
As a lot of parents do, we wanted to provide the opportunity for our children to dance from an early age to develop their sense of rhythm and also confidence. Their first dance studio offered jazz ballet, tap and traditional ballet. This was nice at the start but after a couple of years, their routines were becoming a bit inappropriate for their age, Read more...
Eric and Aizeret Lee
When we started with Penrith Ballroom Dance, all we had was a vague idea that we wanted to do more than just move randomly in time with the music and we had looked enviously at those couples who could actually dance. Neither of us had the slightest idea of how to dance, we both had 'two left feet' and we were very nervous at appearing foolish and uncoordinated. Read more...
John and Margaret Boyter
In my experience, learning to dance at Penrith Ballroom Dance has been fantastic. I first joined the studio when I was 12 years old and took part in the children's beginners class. I worked hard and enjoyed every moment of it, progressing through the years and the medals. Read more...
Before starting our lessons with Penrith Ballroom Dance in late 2005 we were apprehensive and somewhat nervous. We did not know the difference between a rumba, samba or cha cha cha. Even foxtrot, waltz and quickstep were just names of dances we had seen in crosswords. However, at our first lesson we were warmly welcomed and found how easy it was Read more...
Neil and Anne Ratcliff
My fiance loves to dance, whereas I could not, and she wanted to dance at our wedding, not just stand there and sway.
Before we started our lessons I didn't think it would be possible for me to learn to dance, until I met the principal of Penrith Ballroom Dance. I said to my fiance that she doesn't know how lucky she was to find a teacher like Therese. Read more...
Jim Mueller, December 2007