Do I need to book to join a Just Dance UK class?

All Just Dance UK classes are run on a walk-in basis so there's never any need to book in advance - just turn up 5/10 minutes before the class starts and pay the class fee on the door. For those who do want to make a bit more of a commitment to the classes, there is also an option to purchase a 'Just Monthly' card which is £55 for 4 weeks of all inclusive classes.  We also run a loyalty card scheme ...come to 9 classes and get your 10th class free. Full details are on the Class Prices page.

Is there parking available at each of the Just Dance UK venues?

There is plenty of free off-street parking available at the East Dulwich (Peckham) and Forest Hill based classes and it's free to park at the Waitrose car park outside Beckenham Junction Station for up to an hour and a half (near Dance Company Studios in Beckenham).

What should I wear to a Just Dance UK class?

You should always wear whatever you feel comfortable dancing and exercising in; lots of Just Dancers tend to wear loose fitting jogging bottoms or leggings, t-shirts and trainers. We recommend that you wear soft ballet shoes or bare feet for both Flowetic, Yoga and Tone & Stretch classes. 

When are the classes on?

Take a look at our class timetable to see when our weekly walk-in classes are run.

What are Just Dance classes all about?

There's descriptions about each of the classes we teach on our Class Information Page as well as lots of class videos on our YouTube channel. The best way to see what our classes are all about is to come along and try them!  If you do have any questions for us though, please don't hesitate to drop us a line.

What are the benefits of taking a Just Dance UK class?

We believe that dancing has many therapeutic benefits as well as the obvious ones which include:

    • Increase flexibility
    • Keep Fit
    • Learn great dance routines
    • Improve confidence
    • Shape, tone and sculpt your body
    • but most importantly, enjoy exercising!

    What are you waiting for? ...get those dancing shoes on!