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The street dance teacher (who also does the legs bums and tums class) has a bit of a temper. She absolutely hates uncorrdinated people and turns in to a bit of a grump about it.
small gym space with lots of equipment.
changing rooms are good enough but showers have no doors .
not my favourite place
I tried out four taster classes with Dancebuzz: Brazilian Zouk, Street Dance, Latin, and Ballroom. The deal was great value for money and all of the classes were an excellent introduction to those respective styles. The only negatives were that 1) the Street Dance class was too crowded and overworked one side of the body to such an extent that I couldn't walk in a straight line for two days!, and 2) In the Ballroom class the teacher did not get people to change partners, as was the case in Brazilian Zouk and Latin classes. On the plus side, all of the teachers were lovely, especially Nataliya who always made an effort to make people feel welcome.
i've been going frame just before christmas and i must say it's got the best and the most choice of classes i've been to out of all the centres i've been to in london and the staff are always happy to to give you advice if you arsk and all classes are spot on i am realy into my box-fit classes at the moment as it works the whole body and and thge two guys who teach it have great music and push you 100% also the dance classes are spot on and your mad to nfeel welcome at bany level.it's about 95% ladys so if your looking to find your dream date apart from the well toned fitness guys who teach it's not for you but if your looking for a great range of classes then i don't think you'll find much better in and around london as they run all types of classes all day long.
I really enjoyed all of the classes.
I'm really looking to joining a class next year. The staff were all really friendly and the taster classes are a brilliant idea.
There were members of all ages ranges and different levels so these classes are good for everyone.
I was looking forward to the street dance classes but they got cancelled quite a few times because there wasnt enough participants. It was very disappointing when it happened.
The street dance is an intermediate level and above class so not great for beginners.
I always enjoy Kira's classes, attended a couple before she's full of energy & the dance taught is fun. Fitness First Baker street is a great venue with a great studio not too many prying eyes when your taking a class. Can't really say anything other then I will be returning soon. )
The steet dance classes at Sadler's Wells were very enjoyable and I feel like I learnt a lot even though they were 3 sessions. The teacher knew exactly what she was doing and was very trained for the job. I would certainly consider joining long-term if I didn't live so inconveniently far away!
The gym was clean, tidy and well equipped.
All the facilities were as expected, reasonably well maintained.
The class was fun and vibrant. The instructor was energetic and friendly.
All in all, we had a fun time!
Fairly central location. You had to go through a coded door that you have to ask at reception for. The dance space was pretty big for the group that was there. Plenty of space and a great instructor to show us the correct moves.
I first brought my child to Coconut Grove in North Kensington for their
Holiday Camp over the Easter holidays. My 8 year old son came home every
day having thoroughly enjoyed his day of acting, singing and dancing.
He loved the Camp so much that we decided to enrol him onto Coconut
Grove’s Children & Teen Programme for Hip Hop and Drama classes. As a
parent, I think the programme is fantastic – my son always comes home
having enjoyed every part of his lessons, and has developed to be a
confident and mature having grown out of his shy self.
I’m so impressed with the Children & Teen programme at Coconut Grove that
I am planning on continuing my son’s classes there this September and also
introducing him to the music lessons that are held there.
I've recently got into dancing myself! After speaking to the
Coconut Grove Team (who were incredibly polite and helpful!) I decided to
join one class a week. Their adult timetable has a variety of drop in
classes and there is great flexibility. The teachers are fantastic, you
can tell straight away that they have had experience in the industry as
their dancing and teaching is of the highest quality.
Through the classes I have met new people, toned up, got surprisingly so
much fitter and had such a good time. I'm so impressed with the service
there I have even recommended that my friends come and join me in the
adult classes and their children join the Children & Teen Programme.
I would definitely recommend anyone of any age, both male and female, to
come to Coconut Grove – it’s 100% worth your time.