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Exercise your body & brain as you dance your way to fitness!

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adult rhythm tap

The most stylish form of dance where you can hear your progress. Tap is perfect for aspiring Fred Astaires and Billy Elliots. Wear tap or hard soled shoes (no loose taps), t-shirt and shorts or dance gear.

Street tap in the tradition of hoofing, focusing on dancing from the waist down. A knowledge of basic tap dance is required. Similar to the style danced by Tap Dogs. Wear tap shoes or tap boots and street clothes.

For Absolute Beginners To Advanced

All body types welcome!

Improve your dance skills, get a great workout, and have fun… what more could you ask for?


60 minute Class....... $15.00
Tuition Fees are payable by the term upfront

Classes run during NSW school terms. Classes do not run on Public Holidays.

Tuition Fees will be credited towards the following term should a weekly class be cancelled for any reason.


adult tapPHONE 4284 9578 to enrol.

The not-so-perfect physiques and friendly faces make attending class fun and welcoming. Beginners are always welcome!

Wear whatever you wish to class, but be prepared to work up a sweat, laugh, cheer, applaud and dance till you drop! Don't forget your water bottle - you'll need it.

Note: YOU are responsible for ensuring you are medically fit for the classes. Rhythmic Moves takes all reasonable care in the conduct of the classes and accepts no responsibility for injury or loss caused in or near the classes and/or studios.



General Guidelines

  • If it's your first time in class, it's best not to stand in the front of the room. If you stand behind someone that is already familiar with the class it will be easier for you to follow along.
  • When finding a place to stand in the room, or at the barre in ballet, make sure you have plenty of room to move freely, allowing ample space between you and other students. Position yourself so that you can see yourself in the mirror, while being aware not to block those behind you.
  • Do not be late for class. The beginning of class is important for warming up your body.
  • Please dress appropriately in clothing that allows the teacher to observe correct body positioning. Leotards, sweatpants and t-shirts are all acceptable. Most of all BE COMFORTABLE. (NOTE: There are different shoes for each discipline. Before purchasing shoes, take class and note what shoe will be best for you.)
  • Please pay attention when the instructor is talking.
  • Please don't chew gum or bring food into studios.
  • Out of courtesy to others, please switch off all mobile phones during class.
  • Relax, have fun and smile.


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