Recommended by KalliKids, Dance Phaze aims to support both the dancer and their family in sculptring the young person to be confident, strong and believe in themselves! Working as a united team, dreams can come true...
Dance Phaze performed in London's West End!
I really like the way that they are so personable and care about every single child they've got in their classes. They've grown a lot over the last couple of years and they've still managed to keep it that way. I also think it’s really good that they keep it at a level that’s affordable for all. The price is perfect and they are flexible with payments giving you the choice of paying weekly or monthly. You don’t need to pay if you miss a class either so they've got that aspect spot on. The whole thing is very impressive and it’s run by a really friendly, nice bunch of local people.
Donna, Mum of Connie
My children both do street dancing here with Katie and my daughter also does cheer leading with Holly. They both absolutely love it and come out buzzing after each sesson! They learn the dances in chunks - currently they are doing thriller - which is great for the children as they don't get bored. They run the classes at a good pace with a mix of ages and it's really well taught for all of the children. It's also very motivating to watch as a parent and the kids are always smiling. They get to do a little show twice a year to perform the dances they have learnt and the last 2 shows sold out! My children love it, they do it at home and practise with their friends all the time . I can't fault any thing at all, the communications are great and I think it's the best class out of every thing they do.
Roanna, Mum of Jamie + Lily
My daughter has been dancing for about 2 years now and, while her dancing has really come on in that time, the thing I have noticed the most is a dramatic improvement in her confidence. The ladies who run it - Faye, Holly and Kate - are very good with the children and teach them street dance and cheer dance at different classes. The classes are mixed in age range which is good as the younger ones can learn off the older ones and in turn the older ones can help and inspire the younger ones. They do a yearly show which is really good for the children as they've always got something to work towards. They even got to go to London to perform at Her Majesty's Theatre! The social side of things has been another plus point for my daughter and she just loves going here.
Pearl, Mum of Rebecca