Boys' Movement Classes

“Dancing makes me feel good and expressive and like I can do loads of things just with my mind.” Participant (online class)

Do you know a child that might enjoy being a ninja? Or a basketball player? Imagination is all you need at our classes for boys aged 7-11 years.

Following a fun-filled Autumn term of creative movement, taking the class from on-screen to in-person action, Nick and Clea return for 2022 to lead these encouraging and inspiring sessions.

Developing physicality, confidence and expression through movement, the classes are lively and supportive. The children develop new skills - and get some exercise - all whilst having a brilliant time alongside the others in the group.

We welcome anyone in the specified age group that identifies as male.

"I thought it was great - just the right balance of freedom and challenge - also great feedback and encouragement given too - thanks so much!" Parent of participant

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Read our COVID-19 safety measures


We genuinely want our classes to be available to everyone and don't want the cost to prevent a child taking part. There are discounts available so please contact Sarah on the email address above for details.

Classes are weekly on Tuesdays from 4.30pm-5.30pm. 

This is a collaboration with Vincent Dance Theatre, who kickstarted these classes in 2019, led by Charlotte Vincent.


Date and time
Tuesday 11 January - Tuesday 22 March 2022
No class on Tuesday 15th February
Nick Lawson
Brighthelm Centre
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