Dundun Dance Classes are active dance classes which combine West African dance moves with West African Dundun drumming. Dunduns are played with sticks and are cylindrical in shape and double ended. They originate from West Africa. These classes will have you moving around your drum, clapping sticks, beating drums and smiling large. It is incredibly fun and you needn’t be a dancer or a drummer to do this class. It is a fantastic class for stress relief, fitness and coordination. This class helps develop an understanding of the rhythm to dance which is essential to African culture and music.
If you would like to see Bec’s Dundun dance class in action see here.
The dates are:
11th September 11.30-12.30pm
18th September 11.30-12.30pm
9th October 11.30-12.30pm
16th October 11.30-12.30pm
The classes will be held at the Tewantin State School
These classes are non refundable and non transferable