Welcome to Swastik Institute of dance,
Since opening in 2007, Swsatik dance has always offered our students a fun dance experience where our passionate teachers cover the basics of dance in a safe, supportive environment. Swastik offers 40 dance and fitness classes each week for ages 4 and up – there’s something for everyone at any experience level!
We offer a variety of classes that range from dance for pre-schoolers, to a popular dance and fitness class for adults. There’s something for everyone, regardless of age and experience. Our superb amenities include Three large world-class dance studios Harris Park and Blacktown.
Classes are run on ongoing base, so you can join in at any time of the year.
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Please note: Classes have a maximum capacity. To avoid disappointment and confirm your place, book online today
Classes can be purchased in person from our reception desk and purchase and attend the class same day as wel as long as there is avilabilty. The reception desk is open half an hour prior to the start time of each class.
Regular attendance is a necessity as each student is important to the progress of the class as a whole. The staff must be notified if a student cannot attend class. Lessons that are missed because of sickness or holidays are not refundable. These classes can be made-up where possible by attending a Make Up class close to that student’s level. Make up Classes need to be taken within the same month and depends on availability.
Photography and videos
Photographing or filming all or any part of a class with a camera, mobile phone or video camera is prohibited for all students. Teachers may on occasion film sections of their choreography or take photos of the class for promotional and archival purposes.
Swastik Dance does not allow any person to watch classes from inside or outside the studio, due to the safety, security, and comfort and ease of our students and teachers. Any person inside the dance studio at the time of the class must be participating in the class.
Only the correct dance uniform (Swastik t-Shirt and Black leggings Kids & Gym Wears adults) is to be worn in class. Students should be neatly groomed at all times. All articles of clothing must be clearly named. The principal or staff will take no responsibility for any lost property.
Your cooperation with teacher/staff requests and directions will help to ensure a safe and enjoyable time for all.
The Basics Dance Class Etiquette Requested
- Dress appropriately and come prepared.
- Don’t chew gum or bring food and drinks (a closed water bottle is okay) into the studio.
- Don’t wear dangling or sharp-edged jewellery.
- Leave your stuff in a lockers (unless one is not available). Don’t come late and if you do, enter very quietly.
- Don’t leave early. If it is a must, talk to the teacher before class. If you need to exit in an emergency, exit as quickly and discreetly as possible.
- Don’t talk while the teacher is talking. Not even whispering to the person next to you.
- If you are late, don’t apologize until after class. Just wait for the okay from your teacher to enter the dance floor. Once permission is granted, find an easily accessible or inconspicuous place to warm up or participate.
- If you find you have too many questions about something, save them for after class.
- At the end of class, applaud or thank the instructor and musician (as part of the group)
- All mobile phones are to be switched off prior to commencement of classes. Vibration mode is also not allowed.
- Don’t visibly yawn or show boredom.
- Bring a towel & Deodorant to wipe your sweat and germs off the floor.
- Applaud for demonstrators.
- At the end of class, it’s especially courteous to say thanks to the instructor and musician (one to one).
- Restrain movement in a crowded class until broken into groups. If you bump into someone, quietly apologize. Don’t make it a big deal.
- Never give your opinion on choreography to a teacher or choreographer unless your opinions have been requested. And don’t take it upon yourself to correct your fellow classmates.