Brisbanites, you'd best kick off your Thursday shoes — it's time to get footloose on the dance floor. From April to June, Flowstate is hosting free weekly hour-long dance classes led by the precinct's Neridah Waters. If you've always wanted to add a little boogie to your afternoon, here's your chance.
There are two sessions on offer, but Thursdays are dedicated to being comfortable and not feeling self-conscious at Common People Dance. It's exactly what it sounds like: an inclusive class for everyone, with all skill levels welcome. Throw on whatever helps you move freely and unleash your best steps at 4pm each week, with the fun commencing on May 3 and then running until June 21. And, while busting a move won't cost you a cent, don't forget to register in advance.
If that's not your thing, Mondays are all about lights, lycra, making shapes and making a scene. The class is called Too Hot to Dance, after all. It's the option for folks who want to dance like no one's watching — but, while everyone is actually watching.