Can I watch or bring my child/husband/friend/etc to watch a class?

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15-01-2014

Sorry, no observers

Well, yes and no. I do not let anyone sit and watch a class. I find it SERIOUSLY disrupts the flow of the class and makes the students participating feel awkward and self-conscious. I am just not willing to do that to my sweet students! So sorry, no observers.
First day tryout: I do however have a "special try out policy." You can come on the first day of a course, participate in the class, pay a pro-rated fee based on the current 5 week course rate and if you would like, walk out the door and never come back. This hardly ever happens, but it is a policy that I have.
You can only do this on the first day of a 5-week course, because otherwise we will be working on choreography and you would not be able to fully participate. And, the "special try out policy" is only an option if the class is not filled up with pre-registered students. If you would like to take advantage of the "special try out policy," do make sure to give me a call or e-mail me the day before the start date of the class you want to attend. You will need to make sure there is a spot available for you.

Women only: While there are some studios that allow men to take classes, we don't. FAQMale2

Male belly dancers are just not the same



Can I bring my child(ren) with me?

No. We would love to have a seperate room with a hired caretaker and the appropriate insurance so you could bring your child(ren). However, as we don't have either, we refer to the above: No men, no observers, and no one under the age of 16 is allowed in the studio during classtime. If you are interested in such an arrangement, we would like to know, so in the future we might offer a class that is suitable for mothers with children. So send us an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if that's a service you would like us to add.

 

Can I check out the place? Yes, before or after class. But its a dance studio - large floor with mirrors on the wall. Unlike a gym, it is nicely decorated, and we have a shopping area.

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