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Nov
21
Wed
Wheelchair Dance Class
Nov 21 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Wheelchair Dance Class

Our Wheelchair Dancing Classes in Manchester run each week on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm-9.00pm.  Our classes are currently FREE.

Classes are open to both wheelchair users and standing dancers to dance with wheelchair users as long as you are over 12 years old.

You don’t need any dance experience to join in, our wheelchair dance classes are fun and enjoyable.

You don’t need a special wheelchair, your own manual or power chair is suitable for basic wheelchair dance.  We do have some wheelchairs available to use too.  So all you need to bring is yourself and we recommend you bring a drink – like water, as you might be surprised how thirsty work dancing is!

Benefits

Wheelchair dance is great exercise for both the body and mind and dances are adapted to suit your ability.  It’s not about what you can’t do, it’s about what you can do.  Wheelchair Dancing is great way to improve your day to day wheelchair skills.  We always say it is about Ability not Disability.

If you have a flair for dancing and want to go on to compete then we’ll make sure you learn dances suitable for competitions.

Each class is followed by a 30 minute practice session for competition dancers.

Teachers

Wheelchair Dance Classes our led by our founders, Paula and Gary who are both qualified wheelchair dance instructors in the UK.  They have several years experience of social and competitive wheelchair dancing.

Location

Classes are held at Trinity Sports Centre, Cambridge Street, Manchester M15 6HP. You can get directions from the map below.  Car parking is available on site accessed via Boundary Lane.

If you want any more information, then feel free to contact us.

Nov
24
Sat
Malta Open 2018
Nov 24 – Nov 25 all-day

Malta Open 2018 posterThe Malta Open is one of the most anticipated competitions in the calendar.  Set on the holiday island of Malta many dancers take the opportunity to stay for a few days to relax to end the season.

The competition features both wheelchair dance and standing dance competitions and includes Seniors, Juniors and the only Integrated Team Match on the circuit.

Dancers from Strictly Wheels will be competing in Debutante and Select compettions in Latin and Freestyle.

Dec
5
Wed
Wheelchair Dance Class
Dec 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Wheelchair Dance Class

Our Wheelchair Dancing Classes in Manchester run each week on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm-9.00pm.  Our classes are currently FREE.

Classes are open to both wheelchair users and standing dancers to dance with wheelchair users as long as you are over 12 years old.

You don’t need any dance experience to join in, our wheelchair dance classes are fun and enjoyable.

You don’t need a special wheelchair, your own manual or power chair is suitable for basic wheelchair dance.  We do have some wheelchairs available to use too.  So all you need to bring is yourself and we recommend you bring a drink – like water, as you might be surprised how thirsty work dancing is!

Benefits

Wheelchair dance is great exercise for both the body and mind and dances are adapted to suit your ability.  It’s not about what you can’t do, it’s about what you can do.  Wheelchair Dancing is great way to improve your day to day wheelchair skills.  We always say it is about Ability not Disability.

If you have a flair for dancing and want to go on to compete then we’ll make sure you learn dances suitable for competitions.

Each class is followed by a 30 minute practice session for competition dancers.

Teachers

Wheelchair Dance Classes our led by our founders, Paula and Gary who are both qualified wheelchair dance instructors in the UK.  They have several years experience of social and competitive wheelchair dancing.

Location

Classes are held at Trinity Sports Centre, Cambridge Street, Manchester M15 6HP. You can get directions from the map below.  Car parking is available on site accessed via Boundary Lane.

If you want any more information, then feel free to contact us.

Dec
12
Wed
Wheelchair Dance Class
Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Wheelchair Dance Class

Our Wheelchair Dancing Classes in Manchester run each week on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm-9.00pm.  Our classes are currently FREE.

Classes are open to both wheelchair users and standing dancers to dance with wheelchair users as long as you are over 12 years old.

You don’t need any dance experience to join in, our wheelchair dance classes are fun and enjoyable.

You don’t need a special wheelchair, your own manual or power chair is suitable for basic wheelchair dance.  We do have some wheelchairs available to use too.  So all you need to bring is yourself and we recommend you bring a drink – like water, as you might be surprised how thirsty work dancing is!

Benefits

Wheelchair dance is great exercise for both the body and mind and dances are adapted to suit your ability.  It’s not about what you can’t do, it’s about what you can do.  Wheelchair Dancing is great way to improve your day to day wheelchair skills.  We always say it is about Ability not Disability.

If you have a flair for dancing and want to go on to compete then we’ll make sure you learn dances suitable for competitions.

Each class is followed by a 30 minute practice session for competition dancers.

Teachers

Wheelchair Dance Classes our led by our founders, Paula and Gary who are both qualified wheelchair dance instructors in the UK.  They have several years experience of social and competitive wheelchair dancing.

Location

Classes are held at Trinity Sports Centre, Cambridge Street, Manchester M15 6HP. You can get directions from the map below.  Car parking is available on site accessed via Boundary Lane.

If you want any more information, then feel free to contact us.

Apr
19
Fri
Cuijk 2019
Apr 19 – Apr 21 all-day
Cuijk 2019

Cuijk will once again play host to one of the largest Wheelchair Dance competitions in the World over Easter Weekend 19th – 21st April.

Over 20 countries will arrive for 2 full days of debutante, amateur and top class dancing.  The competition is also one of the longest running now in its 31st year.

The event forms part of the World Para Dance Sport competition calendar.

The competition also features the Dutch Open World Cup International competition and Dutch Championships as part of a full weekend of dancing.

Freestyle events at all levels will be on Friday afternoon and will see many dancers from Strictly Wheels take to the floor.

Team GB will then be represented by Gary and Paula dancing in Combi Latin on Sunday afternoon.

Debutante dancers from Strictly Wheels’ club will also be dancing on both days in Combi and Duo events.