Where Can We Do It?
Local zumba and samba classes can be found everywhere these days and can easily be tracked down.
For something a little more obscure, like burlesque and parkour dance classes, you may need to head further afield and possibly involve an overnight stay.
For the full-on hen party dancing experience, weekend 'Dirty Dancing' retreats can be found in some of the major cities whilst street dance, pole dancing and alike may take you further afield too depending upon where you live.
Who is it Suitable For?
Fit and active hens of all ages should enjoy a dancing experience that lasts an hour or so. Even those more familiar with the local deli than the local dancefloor shouldn't be out of place, as the pace of the dance classes can normally be adapted to suit ability levels.
More intense hen party dancing days are not particularly suitable for those with health or age constraints so you should bear this in mind.
When Does it Take Place?
Usually a daytime activity, it is great to pencil one in early on in your hen weekend celebrations. Combine it with a pamper in the afternoon/evening followed by a night on the tiles and you can't go far wrong.
How Much Will it Cost?
Hen party dancing is surprisingly cheap and can even decrease in cost as the numbers rise.
One hour classes will cost little more than a burger and coke, whilst the more elaborate dance days will still probably set you back less than a day at the spa. Overall hen party dancing is great value for money and perfect for 'bachelorette team building'!