- How do I get started?
- We offer an introductory special of two lessons for $39.95. You will get to experience how fun and easy it can be to learn to dance in private lessons with one of our instructors. All we need is your preferred time and date to book you!
- DO I need a partner to dance at your studio?
- Absolutely not! The staff is made up of both male and female instructors, so we will partner you up accordingly for your private lessons. During the group classes and practice parties you will have the opportunity to dance with the other students and instructors.
- What should I wear?
- We recommend that you wear something you're comfortable in. Your shoes should allow you to slide, so track shoes, any court sport shoe, and rubber sole shoes are not recommended.
- Amount of Lessons required?
- This answer varies for every individual depending on your overall goal, time frame, experience, instruct-ability, comprehension, retention, and practice time.
- What is a Private Lesson?
- In a private lesson, you will have the undivided attention and time of one of the instructors to work on your dance(s). The lesson will go at your own pace and will be catered to your skill level and individual goals.
- What is a Group Class?
- In a group class, you will get to meet fellow students and be instructed alongside with them by an individual instructor. The group class will focus on a predetermined dance style, set of steps/patterns, and will flow at a general pace to cover all the material that is meant to be covered for the class.
- Should I take Private Lessons or Group Classes?
- Private lessons and group classes make a perfect partnership. The structure and customizability of private lessons will get you to where you want to be as a dancer quicker. However, the variety of group classes allow you to experience new and different dances, steps, and figures that you may not have gone over with your instructor. Take what you learn in a group class and polish it with your instructor, or experience a new side of the same dance in a group class.
- What is a Practice Party?
- At a practice party, you will get to practice what you have been learning in your private lessons and your group classes in a more social setting alongside others who are also learning! This will be helpful in getting you ready to dance at all the different type of venues you may be attending in the future. Parties also give you a chance to meet and socialize with like-minded people who are involved in the same experiences and pass time as you!
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