Fall Adult Highland Class Registration

It's hard to believe, but Sept is almost upon us!  As summer wraps up it’s time to make plans for fall. Shot of Scotch Vancouver will be offering two levels of adult classes starting Sept. 13th.  These classes are perfect for absolute beginners that want to give highland dancing a try, those with a little experience and those returning to dance after a break (long or short!) Our focus is on FUN, fitness, technique and learning about the traditions of highland dance.  The classes are:

Sundays 10:00-11:30 AM Novice/Int/Premier Levels (Minimum of 1 year dance experience required, must know Fling, Sword, Lilt, S. Trs.)

Sundays 11:30-1:00 PM Absolute Beginner Level (No dance experience necessary! Newcomers welcome!)

Broadway Ballroom (1050 West Broadway)

Fall Session #1 - Sep 13, 20, 27, Oct 4, 18, 25, Nov 1           7 classes, $175, Max. 8 students

Fall Session #2 - Nov 8, 15, 22, 29 & Dec 6, 13, 20             7 classes, $175, Max. 8 students

The cost for each session is $175 + GST payable at or before the first class of each session.  Register for both sessions at once and save 10%! Pre-registration and full session commitment required.  Private and semi-private lessons are also available.  Save your spot today!  Contact us for more information and to register!

Susan Nase is one of the only instructors in Vancouver that teaches beginner lessons for adults in highland dance, and we are extremely lucky to have her. Susan instructs a fun and challenging class that begins with a thorough warmup, barre exercises, reviewing past material with corrections and then moving on to new material followed by a cool down. I have improved my highland dancing drastically by taking her classes. Susan knows how to get results from her dancers. Susan is a fantastic, encouraging teacher towards students of all ages and levels. Her years of dancing experience and instruction shine during classes. I cannot recommend Susan Nase enough to those who wish to begin to learn the art and history of highland dance.
— Zoe Acton, Vancouver Dance Student