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Acrobatics is great for flexibility and physical awareness
Warm-up, working general flexibility, followed by basic acrobatic work i.e. forward & backward rolls, bridges from floor or standing if
able, hand balancing, cartwheels, simple double tricks, and preparations for forward & back walkovers.
Tutor: Frank Du Sol
If you would like more information about any of our classes please contact the Box Office or see our FAQs below. All children’s classes are payable per half term unless indicated as a drop-in class – advanced booking is strongly advised for some of our drop-in classes. All under 18s must complete an enrolment form.
We want you to enjoy your classes safely. If you have an injury or health issue that may affect your participation please let us know.
How do I register my child for classes?
We run two types of classes, drop-in and pay termly.
The exception to this is Déda’s Youth Performance Companies Bounceback and Youth Dance and Circus Company (1 & 2), both of which entry is by an audition process. Please speak to a member of the Box Office team who will advise you on when the relevant auditions are and how to apply.
Déda requires an enrolment form to be completed for each child that attends a class. Forms can be picked up from the Box Office and returned on completion. If there are any changes in details, please inform us as soon as possible.
Are classes run as courses or drop in sessions?
Both. Most our classes are paid on a drop-in basis, however advanced booking is strongly recommended for popular classes, as they often sell out quickly.
If you attend regularly, book 5 classes in one go and only pay for 4.
Level 1 Pilates and Aerial are run as courses, participants pay a one-off payment to join the course.
What shall I wear?
None of our classes require you to purchase any specialist clothing - the main thing is to be comfortable and wear clothing which you can move in. Commercial dance is high energy so does require trainers to be worn whilst Yoga and Pilates classes require bare feet. Contemporary is done in bare feet, whilst Ballet classes you can go with just socks or wear ballet shoes.
Please contact the Box Office for further information on individual class guidelines.
Do you have changing facilities?
Yes. Upstairs we have full changing facilities with lockers and showers. Lockers require a token which can be purchased at front of house for 75p.
Is there car parking at Déda?
Chapel Street Car park is located directly opposite Déda. This 500-space multi-storey is reasonably priced, with evening parking for just £1.40 (parking charges apply to disabled badge holders)
Please note that there are parking restrictions on the street outside Déda and cars parked on the street may be towed.
I have an injury - can I still attend my class?
If you are injured you should let your class tutor know at the start of the session. Please seek the advice of your GP before participating in the class if you are concerned.