Our Freestyle / Lyrical classes cover both dance genres within each term.

Freestyle dance – is a fun energetic dance style. It takes its roots from coordinating accentuated body movement together with basic steps. Freestyle incorporates jazz technique such as runs, spins, kicks and leaps, mixed with acro and flexibility. Freestyle is continuously being developed, building on the technique, choreography and style. The music can be fast and rhythmic and takes into account modern trends and music.

Lyrical dance – is a style that blends elements of ballet and jazz dancing techniques. It is generally a little more fluid than ballet and also somewhat faster, although not as rapidly executed as jazz dance. It is performed to music with lyrics and concentrates on an individual approach and expressiveness of emotions.


U8 – Mini’s (4yrs – 7yrs) – 4.30pm – 5.00pm – Monday
U11 – Juniors (7yrs – 11yrs year 6) – 5.30pm – 6.15pm – Monday
11+ – Seniors (11+yrs – year 7) – 6.15pm – 7.00pm – Tuesday


U7 – Mini’s (4yrs – 6yrs) – 9.15am – 10.00am – Saturday
U11 – Juniors (7yrs – 11yrs year 6) – 9.15am – 10.00am – Saturday
11+ – Seniors (11+yrs – year 7) – 10.00am – 10.45am – Saturday

Our price structure is 30 minutes – £5.00 / 45 minutes – £6.50 / 60 minutes – £8.50 and are
invoiced termly following a FREE Trial.


Ebony trained at Tring Park School for the Performing Arts I SW DANCE Academy.
CREDITS: Freestyle & Lyrical Championship Dancer I IDO Team UK Freestyle Solo & Duet Competitor IDO TEAM UK Hip Hop Solo & Duet Competitor
I IDO SWDA Team Coach.

“Both my daughters (15 and 9 years) dance at SW-Dance and absolutely love it. For one it’s about exercise, the love of dance and to build her confidence; for the other it’s about the competitions, the desire to do her best and the sheer love of dance across all disciplines that Suzie teaches. It’s not just another club, this is a Dance family, supportive parents and the most amazing teachers! Regardless of your ability, you will be welcomed with open arms. Give it a go, Suzie has a gift of making even the shyest of boys or girls dance.” Tracy Rushton McPhillips