So, you’ve managed to stumble across Le Step. Let’s face it though – it was no accident.

You’re probably here because you were watching Dirty Dancing the other night and that nagging voice in the back of you’re head started reminding you about that dream you had where you were dancing just like Mr Johnny Castle or the beloved
Baby Houseman.

Right?

Well, here at Le Step we pride ourselves on
making your dreams a reality.

No, we’re not genies, just good people trying to do the right thing.
Anyway, what we’re trying to say is that we can basically make you Patrick Swayze.


What to expect


First up, our friendly crew will meet you at the front door and answer any questions you might have.

Next, we’re gonna need to plug you into our system. We’ll get you to fill out a neat little rego form for us either here or upon arrival.

During the general dance time, people will ask you to practice what you have learnt. If you’re comfortable doing so, we encourage you to ask people to practice too.

Next up, we will gather all the newer dancers together again to recap on the moves you learnt earlier in the night. It’s a great way to go over it again, and lock it all into your memory bank before doing some more general dancing.

Partners?


Eh. Who needs ’em? Sometimes the best dance of the night is a solo act.

Seriously though, there’s no need to bring a partner. Just rock up, we’ll form a few rows and the night’ll be underway. You’ll dance with lots of people but you won’t be partnered up just one person. Everyone (even those who bring partners) will rotate every few minutes so that you meet lots people and have a really social night out.

At around 8:15pm, a “General Dance” session will be held, giving you plenty of time to go find someone to pull out  your new moves with before we jump back into our second round of classes.

What to expect


First up, our friendly crew will meet you at the front door and answer any questions you might have.

Next, we’re gonna need to plug you into our system. We’ll get you to fill out a neat little rego form for us either here or upon arrival.

During the general dance time, people will ask you to practice what you have learnt. If you’re comfortable doing so, we encourage you to ask people to practice too.

Next up, we will gather all the newer dancers together again to recap on the moves you learnt earlier in the night. It’s a great way to go over it again, and lock it all into your memory bank before doing some more general dancing.


Partners?


Eh. Who needs ’em? Sometimes the best dance of the night is a solo act.

Seriously though, there’s no need to bring a partner. Just rock up, we’ll form a few rows and the night’ll be underway. You’ll dance with lots of people but you won’t be partnered up just one person. Everyone (even those who bring partners) will rotate every few minutes so that you meet lots people and have a really social night out.

At around 8:15pm, a “General Dance” session will be held, giving you plenty of time to go find someone to pull out  your new moves with before we jump back into our second round of classes.

DRESS CODE


Preferably, wear comfortable clothes that aren’t too restrictive. Despite the fact that you’ll probably work up a sweat, we encourage you to come dressed smart casual!
Wear clothes that you might wear out to a party or nightclub.

We do have a ‘Dress Code’ which can outline things better for you. If you’d like a copy please ask our office or door staff.
But basically, if you think about going to a night out at a ‘social club’ or nightclub you’ll do well.

So guys, don’t wear shorts (shorts and dancing is a bad look guys), avoid joggers (they’ll stick you to the floor, avoid sleeveless shirts guys as the girls don’t want your bare armpit in their face.

Sometimes (especially in the summer months) it’s a good idea to bring a hand towel as well – you’ll be working up a real sweat!
For those of you who really get pumping, consider bringing a spare shirt or three.

But remember above all else that; the most important thing to wear is deodorant!

DRESS CODE


Preferably, wear comfortable clothes that aren’t too restrictive. Despite the fact that you’ll probably work up a sweat, we encourage you to come dressed smart casual!
Wear clothes that you might wear out to a party or nightclub.

We do have a ‘Dress Code’ which can outline things better for you. If you’d like a copy please ask our office or door staff.
But basically, if you think about going to a night out at a ‘social club’ or nightclub you’ll do well.

So guys, don’t wear shorts (shorts and dancing is a bad look guys), avoid joggers (they’ll stick you to the floor), avoid sleeveless shirts guys as the girls don’t want your bare armpit in their face.

Sometimes (especially in the summer months) it’s a good idea to bring a hand towel as well – you’ll be working up a real sweat!
For those of you who really get pumping, consider bringing a spare shirt or three.

But remember above all else that – the most important thing to wear is deodorant!


MEMBERSHIP REGO FORM

If you've got the time, we ask that you save us some time by filling out this registration form and bringing it along to your first class.
This way we can get you going as quickly as possible.

Present this form to our front desk crew to take advantage of our $10 First Class deal.


REGO FORM