Easy (Beginner) You need no experience. The total line dance novice fits in well here. This level is where you learn the fundamental steps and the terminology associated with them. Every piece of terminology is walked through, and described. There is no pressure or time limit to learn this information, the time frame is up to you. We generally suggest that it will take around 7 weeks before it all starts to make sense.
Mainstream (Improver) It is presumed at this level that you understand the majority of the line dancing terminology. Dances are a little more interesting but still at a level at that most people cope well with at any age (once they have learnt the terminology). Coming to this level without terminology knowledge is not advisable.
Intermediate You must understand all of the terminology used in Line Dance, and be prepared for the speed of the dances and teaching to increase. This is a natural step for those people that like to stretch their knowledge and skills. Again there is no pressure to change level, this is all left up to you to decide when and if you want to go up a level.
Advanced This level is not for the faint hearted. Yes it is harder and faster teaching BUT it stretches your brain and body and is heaps of fun just trying to achieve what you originally think of as impossible. Give it a go!