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What we're About
& What you Should Know

As teachers, our job is to help guide students in reaching their goals as quickly as possible. To Dance comfortably and confidently is our first priority. Beyond that, accomplishing this also means approaching it with the same principles a trainer would with their clients. Certification & Registration with leading dance organizations is ideal for setting higher standards of teaching & business practices which is why we register with the NDCA and USISTD . Therefore the technique we apply has been tested for as long as those governing organizations have been around and are well suited to any level of dancer, from brand new to experienced. The Dance industry welcomes Engineers, athletes and the Analytical as much as the artist in mind. Better quality movement & mechanics along with efficient use of energy creates practical yet appealing movements across space with very little risk of injury. This allows any student to accomplish enjoyable, knowledgeable & satisfying outcomes!

Q & A

  • Do I need to bring a partner?

    • No, you do not! It's pretty common for singles to come in and learn on their own, whether with the instructor on private lessons or with others in group classes. It can quickly become a hobby, even those with a partner at home that are not interested in the craft will come without their spouses.

  • Learning for a special occasion; 

  • How many lessons do I need? How far in advance should I prepare?

    • This is hard to answer right off the bat because there are many factors that affect learning curves (i.e. expectations, experience, type of dance, ability to learn quickly, etc.). This is why most Ballroom studios will have an introductory or consultation lesson so that you and your instructor can evaluate roughly how many lessons it will take to achieve one's goal or expectations. That being said, it's best to come in as soon as possible to give yourself time to practice, learn and set expectations early on so you know about how long you will need to learn said dance(s). As an example we always recommend for wedding couples to allot at least a month or two in advance of the wedding for even the simplest of dances. Furthermore, coming in 6 months out or more for your first lesson or consultation to get a good idea of what it is you want is great even if you decide to wait until 2 months before the occasion to take more lessons.

  • What kind of experience or background is expected?

    • None, experience is taken into account when teaching on our end, but all beginners and the interested are encouraged​ to try their hand at this unique artform.

  • Should I do private or Group classes?

    • Depends on a few factors, budget, goals (if any), comfort level, availability. For the most part private lessons provide everything group classes do plus more. Private lessons are great for focusing on dances that are currently not being offered in Groups. They're great for expediting the learning process since the teacher can focus on your needs specifically, rather than the needs of a group as a whole. Group classes are great for introducing yourself to new dances without breaking the bank. It's also a good way to learn how to dance at the social level since you will get the opportunity to dance with others, beginner and intermediate. Combining the two is the most proficient way to learn since you will gain basic knowledge and skills in groups then on privates you can go right into learning more advanced technique and patterns.​

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