The Language of Dance
Dance transforms images, ideas and feelings into movement sequences that are emotionally and socially significant. It provides a context for understanding the world and contributes to cultural and personal development in both applied and expressive contexts. Dance offers opportunities for the exploration, discovery and development of natural instincts for movement and offers many benefits for individuals by encouraging aesthetic and emotional development as well as enhancing motor skills.
BTDA is committed to ensuring access to all who have the capacity to safely participate in dance and offers a range of examinations and awards to recognise an individual's achievements.
Join the British Theatre Dance Association
Behind every great dancer is a great teacher, BTDA's Professional Teachers and Examiners are crucial to every student, they make it their responsibility to help each individual reach their full potential. Contact us to find out more or for teachers in your area.
"Every dance you make belongs to you. It is part of your collection. When you think of it like that, you’ll want to make your next routine the best you’ve ever made!"
How to Become a Dance Teacher
Do you have a desire to pass on your knowledge and expertise to others?
Are you looking for a rewarding profession through Dance?
Well, you are in the right place ........
"Nobody cares if you can’t dance well. Just get up and dance. Great dancers are great because of their passion."