Keep your body moving and your mind active with our online dance classes!
Get dance fit in a safe, fun and nurturing environment.
BCP Online Classes are brilliant for people who want to receive quality teaching without needing to travel outside your home.
Learn how to dance from anywhere in the world.
Our online classes are created for small spaces like your living room, dining room or that little space you’ve managed to clear somewhere in your home.
Would you like to?
✅ Increase your core strength, flexibility, and balance
✅ Learn new skills and be challenged
✅ Enhance your mental strength and focus
✅ Improve your posture, coordination and body strength
✅ Develop the correct technique for dance
This class is curated for small spaces.
Classes are taught by award-winning choreographer Bonnie Curtis.
Specific for you:
✔️ Your online class is recorded and made available 1 hour after your session finishes
✔️ Videos are available for 7 days
✔️ This is fantastic for catching up if you miss a class, practising in-between classes or participating in the class at a time that suits you
Who should attend:
✔️ People who love dance and want to improve their core strength
✔️ Dancers who would like to enhance their physical strength and capabilities
✔️ People with injuries who want to return to physical activity
✔️ People who want to exercise from the convenience of their homes
✔️ People who enjoy a small class environment
How to get started:
✔️ Try one class first
✔️ Speak to an instructor first, click here to book a free call
✔️ Obtain feedback on your first class
What is Dance Conditioning?
Our dance conditioning class draws on elements of Pilates, Progressing Ballet Technique, Strength and Conditioning and Classical Ballet Technique.
This class works on developing good posture and core strength retraining the way we use our bodies. We focus on learning how to use our muscles in the correct way to make good movement habits part of our muscle memory.
Our innovative method of Dance Conditioning increases muscle memory, improves flexibility and strength, enhances dance technique and understanding of muscles.
Time: 6:30 pm – 7:30pm (1 hour) Sydney Timezone
Location: Online via Zoom
Classes run during school holidays and public holidays, except where noted.
What do you need to participate?
• Exercise Ball
• Resistance Band – Can be purchased in our online store
• Lacrosse Ball – Can be purchased in our online store
• Small Ball (a small cushion or soccer ball can be used as a substitute)
How to Join our Online Classes
→ Book the class you would like to join (e.g. Dance Conditioning, Thursday, June 25).
→ You will receive a confirmation email with details on how to get set up for your online class.
→ Download Zoom (instructions will be in your confirmation email).
→ Make sure your home dance space is ready to go! Have a clear space without any obstructions so you can dance freely.
→ Shortly before the class start time, click on your Zoom link and join the class.
Teacher: Bonnie Curtis
“The virtual classes are amazing! Saves me having to travel for ages to get to a class but still feels like I am getting quality instruction.”
BCP Online Student
“Bonnie takes the time to give everyone feedback to help us improve and it works.”
Gemma, 29, BCP Online Student
“I love that I receive lots of corrections and feedback.”
Robyn, 48, BCP Dance Student
“I enjoyed going back to basics, it’s a gentle form to get the right result.”
Bethan, BCP Dance Student
About the Teacher
Bonnie Curtis is a multi-faceted artist, driven by an inquisitive imagination and a desire to discover.
Born and bred in Sydney, Bonnie trained at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts before moving to Europe to further her artistic development. Whilst in Europe, Bonnie had the opportunity to work with some of the world’s best dancers and choreographers.
Upon her return to Australia, Bonnie completed a secondment with Australian Dance Theatre, immersing herself in their unique style of contemporary dance. Recently Bonnie was selected to be part of the ATLAS Programme for emerging choreographers at ImPulsTanz in Austria.
During her career, Bonnie has worked as an independent artist, playing the role of producer, director, choreographer and performer in works for film, installation and live performance. Her creations and collaborations have been featured at ImPulsTanz, Museum Moderner Kunst (AT), Girona Film Festival (ES), Quadstock Music Festival (US), CinéWomen|Womenartconnect (EU), Asia International Youth Short Film Exhibition (CN), Biennale of Sydney, Sydney World Film Festival, and Sydney Fringe Festival (AU), among others.
Bonnie is also a passionate teacher of dance and has been teaching for 10 years. She has taught technique, performance and creative development in both Australia and overseas. Her current and past appointments include Academy of Music and Performing Arts (Undergraduate Program), Te Auaha Institute of Creativity (NZ), Evolve Performance Studios, APA Macarthur, STADS, amongst many others. Bonnie is the facilitator of Interchange Australia’s dance program, which is an inclusive dance program specially catered to people with disability. Bonnie believes that everyone should experience the joy of dance, regardless of age or ability.
At heart, Bonnie is a rebel bun-head who discovered her love of dance theatre while living in Berlin. Bonnie’s practise incorporates technical elements of dance with creativity and somatic movement practices.