Adele Louise
Dance Academy

Adele Louise Academy of Dance is Leicester's hottest freestyle & street dance school

Welcome to Adele Louise Academy of Dance

Leicester's Hottest Freestyle & Street Dance School

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Street Dance

Street Dance is the latest craze sweeping the UK with many professional street dance acts now regularly appearing on TV Talent Shows, Movies, and Music Videos. It is a great way to learn to dance, get fit, improve co-ordination, and have a great time.

Services appealing to all ages

We offer a range of services throughout Leicestershire from children to adults with no membership fees or experience required. Our drop-in classes start from 5-7 years (please enquire), 8-11 years, 12-16 years, 16-20 years and Ladies 20 years plus. We also provide private sessions, private group bookings, and will teach in schools, community centres and youth clubs when required.

Examinations, Competitions & Shows

Examinations, competitions and shows are available via the IDTA (International Dance Teachers Association) for those wishing to participate.

Fun and great excersize

Great if you just want to have some fun and get in shape whilst learning the latest funky moves in a friendly laid-back atmosphere.

Wide range of styles to learn

Moving forward the Adele Louise Dance Academy will be expanding into the Caribbean dance styles, including Salsa.


Our Classes

Venue Day Time Information
Thurmaston Memorial Hall Monday 16:30-19:30 All ages/levels under 16
Ruddington Village Hall Thursday 17:30-19:30 All ages/levels under 16

All classes pay as you attend. £4 for 1 hour, £5 for 1½ hours, £6 for 2 hours. Sibling discount available.

Our Team

All staff members have fully enhanced CRB checks. Members of IDTA/BDC/ADFP

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need any previous experince to join?

No, we teach from beginners up to professionals. Classes are arranged so that everyone is at a similar level and each session moves to a pace suitable for each class.

What should I wear?

Suitable clothing must be worn, which allows you to move freely and stretch. Joggers, leggings, shorts with t-shirts or vests are all suitable items of clothing. However, once students settle in to their groups they are expected to buy and wear an Adele Lousie Dance Academy t-shirt provided by the dance school.

What is suitable footwear?

To support the ankles and to get the best experience from your lesson, the most ideal items of footwear are Trainers, pumps, split-soles, jazz shoes, plimsoles, which are all suitable. If none of these are available then bare feet are acceptable if necessary. No shoes, boots, sandals or flip flops are allowed.

Are there any monthly charges or membership fees?

No, we have a fixed price for hourly sessions and charge only on a pay-as-you-attend basis. Please see below for prices.

How much are the classes?

All hourly sessions are £4 per person regardless of the age or experience of the group. All other sessions exceeding the hour are at an agreed price for that group depending on the time allocated to that group. Please enquire for prices for private sessions.

Can I gain qualifications?

Yes, the Adele Louise Dance Academy provides for IDTA qualifications to be taken from Rosettes for young children up to Professional levels. All students will be fully supported to achieve the highest marks from their medal tests. These qualifications will also allow for students to enter various competitions hosted by the IDTA, as solo artists, pairs or as part of a team – although not compulsory.

I'm too shy to join a group lesson; can I have a private session?

Yes, whether you are too shy for a group lesson or are wanting to train for a professional qualification there are private sessions available, day or night and 7 days a week. Please enquire for prices, venues and time slots.

Is it possible for my friend(s) and I to share a private session?

Yes, rates for a shared private session would vary depending on the amount of people sharing.

I've just recovered from an injury, am I ok to dance?

As long as you have the all clear from your doctor and take the necessary precautions eg. If you have recently recovered from a dislocation of the knee then the appropriate support must be worn and you must take breaks when you feel it to be necessary. Also you would be expected to take your time and be slowly introduced into routines.

How do I become a teacher?

If you have many years dancing experience and would like to look into becoming a dance teacher, then the Adele Louise Dance Academy are able to take you in the right direction to help you gain the necessary qualifications. Private Sessions would be necessary. Please enquire.

If you have any other questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact me.

Contact Us

Checkout our FAQ section for our most common questions.

Please call me on 07519 557763 or email me using the form below. I will get back to you as soon as possilbe.

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