One to One Lessons

Monday at Gt Chishill Village Hall



Saturday at Moulton Village Hall


One to one lessons must be booked in advance (Subject to availability)


Lessons are available in 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 60 minute slots (shorter slots are available for children under 6 years)

  • Parents are welcome to sit in on their child's lesson but this should be discussed with the teacher and child first as some children feel more comfortable without their parents watching. Parents should remember that they are invited into the lesson on a strictly viewing purpose only (whole family groups should not be invited in or young siblings as this will cause a distraction). 
  • Pupils should arrive 5 minutes prior to their lesson to ensure they are ready and have warmed up if necessary. 
  • Fees are payable on each lesson in cash or within 24 hours if paying by BACS
  • Cancellation policy; should you need to cancel please contact the teacher directly no later than 10am the day before. After this time the full fee is payable.
  • Should you arrive late to the lesson you will only be allocated the remaining time however the full fee will be charged. 


The teaching is fantastic and my daughter loves learning all the various dance techniques and can't wait for her class every week! Thank you for making it a fun and enjoyable experience. ~ A parent

One to one lessons are a great way to further develop technique and style within your dancing allowing you to have that individual attention that is difficult to achieve in a group class setting. 


Many pupils choose to have a weekly or alternate weekly one to one lesson along side their regular group class to help progress their dancing further. This is especially helpful if they have approaching examinations or competitions. 


Some pupils opt for the occasional one to one lessons if they are finding they need a little more assistance in a particular area of their dancing or on the lead up to their medal test examination. 


Many adult dancers find this is a suitable option for them as it allows them to progress at a pace more suitable for their needs. 

"Nothing is ever too much trouble and you always feel comfortable asking Rachel to repeat or clarify something."​ ~ A pupil