Following the closure of The Tango Club at London Bridge, I began offering regular open group classes in South London. Opened on 25 April 2016, effraspace is a family well-being venue in South London on the borders of Herne Hill (just near Brockwell Park with its popular Lido) and the buzzing multi-cultural hub of Brixton.

Please note that classes change times and days periodically and may run for a season, stop and start again, depending on scheduling requirements and demands on the space. Below are some of the classes I have offered regularly at effraspace, however it is worth contacting me if a class you are looking for is not currently showing in my 'What's On' calendar.

Classes with me include:

N.B. Please check What's On for the calendar of events which will reflect any holiday closures as well as any additional single events ... below is the general timetable of classes that I offer.

Class Title Day Time Level    

Nia - Moving to Heal
Thu 17:00 - 18:00
General able,
seated and

Postnatal Dance     TBA
Mums, baby wearing /
baby bearing 

'Little Dancers'
3 - 5 years
parents welcome

Nia - Classic
Adult All  

Tango & Mindfulness TBA
for Improvers
& Beginners

Class prices and more information are on my Nefra Dance website.

Private Coaching:
Additionally, I am available for private coaching sessions at a time to suit you. Please contact me if you would like to delve a little deeper into alignment, freedom, ease and enjoyment in your movement. An investment in your most enduring asset ... your body ... is always a wise one!
Details of session durations and costs can be found here.

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What people say:

“I have been a regular pupil of Nefra's in both her Nia and Ready to Dance classes since April 2008. She is an excellent teacher, bringing a healing and developmental aspect to
her movement classes.
The classes provide excellent exercise, but are also extremely effective in developing self awareness of how one use one's body, contributing to both long term health and creativity. The classes are also tremendous fun!”

Deborah Henry-Pollard       

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