Z Fit Studios is known for its industry relationships and is a well-known and established institution in the region. This enables Z Fit Studios to regularly bring various Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) and guest instructors including celebrity guests to organise unique skills-based workshops.  With a solid focus on building skills, the participants get the opportunity to learn and grow their skills from these power-packed workshops.

We also run special workshops to run special events. We regularly update this section of the website. All upcoming workshops and special events are displayed on this page and anyone is welcome to join. 

At times some of these workshops may have special pre-requisites, please check for them in the description section.  

Workshops Coming Soon

  • Aerials Conditioning Workshop

  • Pole Choreography Workshop

  • Krav Maga - Self Defense Workshop

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Past Workshops

10 May 2021 Week Content (Half Page - 26

This May, We will be Dancing for Sick Kids!

Please show your support by sponsoring us today.

All funds raised will help seriously ill or injured children and their families by providing a home-away-from-home at Ronald McDonald House, whilst they receive critical care and treatment.

On average, it costs Ronald McDonald House Charities $160 to support a family for one night, so please give what you can, every dollar counts.

Thank you for helping us make a difference!

To support the Dance for Sick Kids Campaign we are running several FREE WORKSHOPS & CLASSES

Bendigo Times-(Half Page - 261 X 190 mm)

Past Event - Wednesday, May 19th

18:30 - 120 Minutes

This workshop was be delivered by professionals from Sydney Dance Company.

Guided through a contemporary technique warm-up, learn the Impermanence repertoire, and be led through composition tasks utilised by Rafael Bonachela and the company dancers created the choreography seen on stage. Students were encouraged to think innovatively and generate movements that may be unfamiliar to them, developing their own movement vocabulary and creative expression.

Sydney Dance Company is Australia's leading contemporary dance company, a training ground for aspiring dancers. Sydney Dance Company began as a group founded in 1969 by dancer Suzanne Musitz. Soon known as The Dance Company (NSW), from 1975-1976 the Company was directed by Dutch choreographer Jaap Flier, before the appointment of Australian choreographer Graeme Murphy in 1976. In 1979 Murphy and his partner Janet Vernon instituted the defining name change to Sydney Dance Company and proceeded to lead it for a remarkable 30 years. Sydney Dance Company has been led since 2009 by Spanish-born Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela.