Full Swing

Vintage Dance Company

Final block course of the year!

Classes start November 4th!

Want to learn to dance? Beginner classes in Lindy Hop, Balboa, Tap, Blues and Solo Jazz are all available, so check out the timetable and pricing schedule, and get in quick to secure your space – our beginner classes are selling out in advance!

Email dance@fullswing.co.nz for more information and to book your spot!

Beginner Bootcamp December 7th!

Learn to dance in a single day, no experience or partner required!

Email dance@fullswing.co.nz for more information and to book your spot.

Full Swing Pro Weekend 16-17 November!

Save the date – details TBC!

Dancing and cocktails at Hanging Ditch, Sunday  17 November 2pm!

Email dance@fullswing.co.nz for more information and to book your classes!

Weekend Workshops

Social Dancing & Events

The Dance Styles We Teach

Lindy Hop (Swing)

Origin 1930's

When someone says “swing dance”, Lindy Hop is likely what they’ve got in mind – the energetic partner dance from the old films, featuring well dress folk with great hair and even greater dance steps!

Lindy Hop is a fun, irreverent, and dynamic dance with a strong focus on connection and communication.


Origin - 1930's

In the ballrooms of 1930s Balboa Island, California, the jazz was fast and hot and the dance floors were tightly packed.

With beats per minute sitting high and space per person at a premium, Balboa was born: an energetic dance with intricate footwork, a close connection and elegant lines.


Origin - 1920's

The roaring twenties were a decade of decadence, rebellion, glamour and social change – and at the forefront, leading the way was the Charleston.

It was the biggest dance craze in history! The Charleston turned all the accepted rules of dance upside down and inside out; seen as wild, thrilling, rebellious, and even dangerous – but all that aside, it’s a heck of a lot of fun!


Origin - 1910's

The lights are low, it’s the end of the night and the party’s moved from the hectic jumping jazz of the ballrooms to the houses of Harlem.

The rent parties, the speakeasies, the back alley dive bars and dingy saloons, where the bootleg liquor gets passed around and the music gets real slow – that’s where you find the sounds of the blues.


Origin - 1840's

What could be better than stomping your feet and making a lot of noise? Stomping your feet and making a lot of noise with style!

The iconic dance of vaudeville and musicals, tap dancing is one of the most widely recognised, entertaining and above all fun styles of dance around. Come along and follow in the footsteps of Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers!

Class Pricing


  • Great option for
  • • Trying it out for the first time

  • • Visiting from out of town

  • • If you have a busy schedule

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Block Pass
$240/6 Weeks
  •  Unlimited Classes
  • • 6 Weeks of unlimited evening classes

  • • Up to 75% off casual rate

  • • All the dance you can handle!

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