Brisbanites, you'd best kick off your Monday 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 strut your stuff in a public space, here's your chance.
There are two sessions on offer, but 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. Dressing up is encouraged, with the fun kicking off at 5.30pm on April 30, then running every week until June 18. And, while busting a move won't cost you a cent, don't forget to register in advance.
If that's not your thing, 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.