Lindy Hop Beginners 2 Couples

100 inc. VAT

This course is for students who already took Beginners 2 course in January-March. It is aimed at refreshing your body memory and dance skills.

Schedule: Mondays July 6, 13, 20, 27 @ 20.50 – 22.00

Please read our Corona-protocol, Terms and Conditions and Rules of Behaviour below, purchasing the tickets you are accepting them.  If you take more than one course check our DISCOUNTS 

 

In stock (can be backordered)

Description

You can register only as a fixed couple for these courses. Please read carefully the following protocol for dancers.

 

Hague Hoppers Corona Protocol for dancers

Dutch version is below

 

Health check

Questions for the health check: if one of the questions below is answered with YES, the dancer, employee or teacher may not come to the accommodation. Wait until the time when each question you can answer NO:

  1. Have you had one or more of the following (mild) complaints in the past 24 hours or at the moment: nose cold, cough, shortness of breath and / or fever (from 38 degrees Celsius)?
  2. Do you currently have a housemate / family member / permanent dance partner with a fever and / or shortness of breath?
  3. Have you had COVID-19 (diagnosed by a laboratory test) and has it been diagnosed in the past 7 days?
  4. Do you have a housemate / family member / permanent dance partner with the COVID-19 (determined with a laboratory test) and did you have contact with this housemate / family member / permanent dance partner less than 14 days ago while he / she still had complaints?
  5. Are you quarantined because you have had direct contact with someone who has been diagnosed with COVID-19?

 

We follow the rules by RIVM: when an employee, teacher of a dancer, develops COVID-19 related complaints during presence in an accommodation, this person goes home immediately.

 

House rules:

  • The dancer ensures that he / she is aware of the rules established for the accommodation.
  • The dancer makes an appointment for an designated lesson time (lesson series, at a fixed time) or for a specific lesson time (individual lessons without fixed regularity).
  • Dancers wait outside the accommodation, with ‘social distancing’, until the indicated / agreed class time before entering.
  • The dancer does not remain in the accommodation longer than during the agreed class time.
  • To minimize dancers’ toilet use, the dancers are recommended to use the toilet at home.
  • It is not possible for dancers in the accommodation to use changing rooms.
  • Keep 1.5 meters distance from people who do not belong to your family / household, and who is not your fixed dance partner;
  • Fixed dance couple: two dancers from the same household or two dancers who dance together in the class for all dance moments performed as a couple;
  • Do not shake hands;
  • Cough / sneeze in the inside of the elbow; please wash or sanitize your hands before starting partner dancing;
  • Use tissue paper to blow the nose and then throw it away, please wash or sanitize your hands before starting partner dancing;
  • Wash your hands before and after each lesson or use a 70% (min) alcohol hand gel;
  • Dancers are recommended to avoid using public transport to come to accommodation if possible.

We have to be strict: please follow the directions given by your teachers or another Hague Hoppers managers about the distancing or observing the hygiene rules. If a student ignores the rules, s/he can be banned from class or even course with no reimbursement. 

 

Corona-protocol van Hague Hoppers (dansers)

 

Gezondheidscheck

Vragen voor de gezondheidscheck: wanneer één van onderstaande vragen met JA wordt beantwoord, mag de danser,  medewerker of docent niet naar de accommodatie komen. Het werk of de les moet worden uitgesteld totdat op elke vraag NEE geantwoord kan worden:

  1. Heb je de afgelopen 24 uur of op dit moment één of meerdere van de volgende (milde) klachten: neusverkoudheid, hoesten, benauwdheid en/of koorts (vanaf 38 graden Celsius)?
  2. Heb je op dit moment een huisgenoot/gezinslid/vaste danspartner met koorts en/of benauwdheidsklachten?
  3. Heb je het COVID-19 gehad (vastgesteld met een laboratoriumtest) en is dit in de afgelopen 7 dagen vastgesteld?
  4. Heb je een huisgenoot/gezinslid/vaste danspartner met het COVID-19 (vastgesteld met een laboratoriumtest) en heb je korter dan 14 dagen geleden contact gehad met deze huisgenoot/gezinslid/vaste danspartner terwijl hij/zij nog klachten had?
  5. Ben je in quarantaine omdat je direct contact hebt gehad met iemand waarbij het COVID-19 is vastgesteld?

 

Conform de richtlijn van het RIVM: wanneer een medewerker, docent of danser gedurende aanwezigheid in een accommodatie COVID-19 gerelateerde klachten ontwikkelt gaat deze persoon direct naar huis.

 

Huisregels:

  • De danser zorgt ervoor dat hij/zij op de hoogte is van de regels die  voor de accommodatie zijn vastgesteld.
  • De danser maakt een afspraak voor een vast aangewezen lestijd  (lessenserie,  op een vast tijdstip) of  voor een specifieke lestijd  (losse lessen zonder vaste regelmaat).
  • Dansers wachten buiten de accommodatie, met ‘social  distancing’,  tot de aangewezen / afgesproken lestijd voor zij naar binnen gaan.
  • De danser blijft niet langer aanwezig in de accommodatie dan gedurende de afgesproken lestijd.
  • Om toiletgebruik door dansers te minimaliseren, worden de dansers opgeroepen thuis gebruik te maken van het toilet.
  • Het is in de accommodatie niet mogelijk voor dansers om gebruik te maken van kleedkamers.
  • 1,5 meter afstand kunnen houden tot mensen die niet tot hun gezin/huishouden behoren, of onderdeel uitmaken van een vast danspaar;
  • Als vast danspaar wordt beschouwd: twee dansers uit hetzelfde huishouden of twee dansers die altijd (voor alle dansmomenten die als paar worden uitgevoerd) samen  dansen;
  • Schud geen handen;
  • Hoest/nies in de binnenkant van de elleboog; was je handen of gebruik een handgel voor het dansen met je partner;
  • Gebruik papieren zakdoekjes om de neus te snuiten en gooi deze daarna weg; was je handen of gebruik een handgel voor het dansen met je partner;
  • Was je handen voor en na iedere les of gebruik een handgel (met min 70% alcohol);
  • Dansers worden opgeroepen zoveel   mogelijk lopend  of met de fiets naar de accommodatie te  komen en waar mogelijk het gebruik van het OV te vermijden.
  • We moeten streng zijn: volg de aanwijzingen van je docenten of een andere manager van Hague Hoppers over de afstand of het naleven van de hygiënevoorschriften. Als een student de regels negeert, kan hij / zij zonder vergoeding worden uitgesloten van de les of zelfs van de cursus.

 

Refund and cancellation policy

In case Hague Hoppers has to cancel classes you will receive a full refund of your payment for the cancelled lessons. If we cancel due to any majeure and our fixed costs for arranging the classes already paid, we cannot refund you but we will try to find the ways to compensate the cancelled classes (via providing zoom classes and recaps or other ways).

If you cancel your paid order for more than 14 days before the course start date, we will refund 100% of the sum. If you cancel your paid order in the period of 14-1 days before the course start date, we will keep 10% of administration costs. After the beginning of the course, we can refund 50% of the price in case of cancellation from your side or offer you to transfer your order to the next block of the classes. We also kindly ask you to pay within 5 days after receiving the confirmation of your spot in the class as we often have a waiting lists, so in case of non-payment during this period we keep the right to cancel your order and give your spot to the next person on the waiting list.

We generally don’t refund payments for certain classes you can’t attend due to reasons other than the one described above. But if you can’t attend a block because of medical reasons or other serious objections you will be offered credit so that you can take the remaining classes in a following block, depending on availability. You can make up the missed class with another group of the same level but please contact us first to be sure we have a spot for you there. No refund or alternative offers are given if you missed classes without contacting us in advance to arrange a possible credit.

 

Privacy and personal data

While registering with  the Hoppers you give us some personal information we need to have to place you on the waiting list or in the class and send you recaps and information. Please let us know if you feel uncomfortable to provide any of these pieces of information and we will try to find a solution. We use your personal data only to provide the best service for you and analyse our performance as a dansschool. We can share this info with our teachers but not with third parties.

 

 

Rules of behaviour in the class and on the dancefloor

The teachers of the Hague Hoppers do their best to secure friendly and safe atmosphere in the class. Please follow the instructions carefully not to injure yourself or your partner. You are responsible for you own safety. Sometimes we do have minor incidents (kicking into somebody or an unfortunate slide) and in this case please inform the teachers and ask for help.

We kindly ask our students to refrain from deminishing comments during the class and “teaching” the fellow students. Please ask teachers if you have some discussion with your dancing partner about the moves or conduct of behaviour. If you are a helper in the class of the lower level, please keep your advanced knowledge and moves to yourself (it is hard, we know) and follow the theachers’ instructions not to disturb the learning process.

On the dancefloor, please mind other people around you while doing some wide and wild moves. Aerials are not allowed on the regular social dance. If you bumpt into other couple, say ‘sorry’ (at least).

Please remember that anybody has the right to ask anybody for a dance but anybody has the right to say ‘no’, too (in a nice and polite manner). If you see that your dancing partner feels uncomfortable, don’t hesitate to ask if you can adjust your dancing manner to make your shared experience more pleasant for both. It is a bon ton to change dancing partner after one-two dances and ask new people to dance to include them into the community.