Casa Bailar-FAQ

Casa Bailar Dance FAQ

At Casa Bailar you can always have a trial lesson.
in that way you can try out the class before signing up.

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You can become a member of Casa Bailar Dance.
For only €99/year you get discounts on our dance classes, workshops, parties and selected events.
For example, you get 10% on all classes as a member of Casa Bailar Dance.

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You register via the shop by buying a place in the class(es) you want to attend.

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As a member you save 10% on all Casa Bailar classes and events.

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Generally, you are registered for the class once you have paid.
You are always welcome to come for a free trial lesson before paying for the class.

Book a trial lesson here

If the class is not created, you will of course get your money back.

We have classes from 0 – 100 years old.
Zumbini for the very young from 0 – 4 years, K-pop and TikTok for older children and young people. Adult classes in salsa, bachata, kizomba (couple dance).
In addition, we also offer solo dances such as Zumba and Latin dance mix.
We also organize lots of different dance events during the year.

See all classes: Click here

See the eventcalendar here

See the age limit on the individual dance classes we offer

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It is not necessary to register with a partner. If you do not have a partner, we will help you find one. Simply register as a leader or follower.

If you register yourself with a partner, you save money. So if you already know someone who wants to dance, sign up together.

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You must wear clothes that you can move freely in.

You dance on top of each other in ballroom dancing, so if you sweat a lot, it’s a good idea to bring an extra t-shirt, top or shirt.
We have the possibility for you to wash yourself/bath if you come directly from work and need to freshen up before dancing.

Your shoes should be for indoor use.
Special dancing shoes are not a must.
Most importantly, you must be able to pivot on the floor in the shoes you are dancing in, otherwise you will put unnecessary strain on your knees.

Fittness FAQ - Yoga/Zumba/latinmix

At Casa Bailar you can always get a trial lesson in the class you are interested in.
In that way you can try out the class before deciding to sign up.

To do yoga, zumba, Latin dance mix at Casa Bailar, you must be a user of “holdsport”. In “Holdsport” you can see all our classes, register/deregister classes.

REMEMBER! You can always have a free trial lesson before signing up.

Create a user on Holdsport here

Find guidance for holdsports here

Payment is made with a cut card.

See prices and buy cut cards here

Become a member of Casa Bailar and get a 10% discount on cut cards, classes and events. )
(Casa Bailar membership costs 99 kr per month. year per person (ask at the first class for more info).

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– You will receive your cut card the first time you come to Zumba.

Workout clothes for both yoga, zumba and Latin dancing should be relaxed.
We recomend several layer of clothes, so you can regulate your body temperature as you exercise.
For yoga classes, it is a good idea to bring a sweater and socks to put on during relaxation at the end of the class

Only indoor shoes may be used on our floors.

Latin dance mix and Zumba:
Here we recommend shoes that you can easily pivot in so that you don’t put unnecessary strain on your knees.

Here, we recommend exercising in bare feet or socks.
Socks are always a good idea during relaxation, as you can get cold when lying still.

Casa Bailar Pole FAQ

At Casa Bailar you can always have a trial lesson.
Then you can try out the class before signing up.

Please write to:

You can read more about and sign up for pole fitness right here

Upon registration, there is a 1-month commitment period. Members can terminate their membership at any time by giving 1 month’s notice to the end of a month. For example, if the member terminates their membership on 12 May, their membership will therefore end on 30 June. Termination of membership should be sent in writing to: Termination is not accepted via holdsports, messenger or via SMS etc.

When terminating membership, the first name, surname, date of birth and membership number must be provided. The member will then receive an email from Casa Bailar and from Holdsport acknowledging the termination.
In case of doubt, it is always the responsibility of the member to be able to produce the e-mail with the receipt of the termination.

You cannot transfer your subscription to someone else unless you have agreed this in advance with us via

  • It costs DKK 49 to suspend your membership.
  • You can put your membership on hold for max. 2 months with one month’s notice. Please contact us by email: If you are pregnant or on sick leave, your membership can continue to be suspended for a maximum period. 1 year (but you must send any documentation to
  • After the standby period, your subscription will automatically restart unless we receive a cancellation within the applicable time limit (see pole membership rules here: ).
  • If you wish to opt out instead, please note that it still costs DKK 149 to rejoin team sports, even if you have previously been a member.

Once you have signed up for pole fitness in Casa Bailar, you can use our booking system “” to book yourself into our regular classes (e.g. level classes and pole dance) & free training classes (open hoop & pole). It is also possible to be put on a waiting list for a place on the teams.
You can book yourself onto the classes and waiting list via the app or online.

The free training sessions “open pole & hoop” are free sessions and are in addition to the sessions included in the regular sessions. There is no instructor in these classes, so you must be able to warm up properly and train independently.

With us, it does not matter what size you are. Anyone can join, and as we only have small teams with max. 10-12 per class we create a good bond among the students.

To join our adult classes, you must be at least 15 years old.
If you are under 15 years old, you can sign up for our KIDS classes.
You’re welcome to bring your mom/sister/significant other so they can see what pole fitness is all about.

Polefitness is a form of exercise like any other, where you start as a beginner and slowly build up strength and technique. The classes are of course adapted to the individual students and their level.

Normally we train in shorts (hotpants) and short-sleeved t-shirts or a top.
The kneecaps and arms must at least be free, as otherwise it would be impossible to get a grip on the pole. But to start with, you can wear clothes that you feel comfortable in. And as time goes on, you quickly find out what you thought was nice and functional. You are welcome to wear long trousers and a sweater for the warm-up, so you get good warmth in the body before training. Also read the class description for each class, because we recommend long trousers and a jersey for aerial hoop and stretching, for example.

We generally train in bare feet or socks. Outdoor shoes may not be worn on the premises.

What to remember when going to class?

A small towel to wipe the pole off with.
A large towel to put over the mat, or bring your own mat if you have it.
Avoid using creams or oils before the lesson, as you will then find it impossible to use the pole (get a grip on the pole).
As far as possible, avoid having nail polish on your toes as it spreads on the floor.
No finger rings on the fingers, as they may break on the pole.

You will need long training pants, socks and a long-sleeved blouse for warming up, and shorts / hotpants, sports bra and sleeveless top for the training itself. Remember a cloth to wipe the pole and a towel to put on top of one of our mats. You are also welcome to bring your own mat.

You’ll need long leggings, socks and a long-sleeved shirt for the warm-up, sports bra and sleeveless top for the workout. Remember a towel to put on top of one of our mats. You are also welcome to bring your own mat.

We dance modern dance on bare feet or stockings. Sometimes in shorts, but mostly with long pants. Knee protectors can be an advantage, as we often have knees in the floor at floorwork