Drills & Yoga short courses

Drills is a super fun class where we explore rhythm, flow, power and freedom in dance. It's a lead and follow format so there's no pesky choreography to learn!


We'll teach you how Afro hip-hop inspired booty moves can fit to your body so you save energy, get fitter, have more fun and slay on the d-floor and you can even request moves you want to work on!


This class is paired with a beautiful 30-minute yoga session specifically designed for dancers to loosen up and gain flexibility and strength as well as grounding ourselves in our bodies.

Expect your rhythm, timing, fluidity, musicality and confidence to grow as you take your dancing to the next level.

Drills runs as a 4 week course and we'll build our knowledge base over the 4 sessions and work with moves requested by students who want to work towards improving certain moves or styles.

All students will receive the June 2020 Drills playlist.

Price is $89 for the 4 x 90 minute classes.

Returning dancers receive a 10% discount.

Please let us know if you're experiencing income loss or financial hardship, we can work something out. We can also arrange payment plans.

Drills & yoga will run live online via Zoom with your teacher, Sarah Dee and some special back up dancers and assistants.​​​

Dates: Sundays June 14th - July 5th 4.00 - 5.30 pm

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Melbourne, Australia.

Email: sarah@deestreet.com.au

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Dee Street acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land where we live, work, play and dance. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded.