Do I need a partner?
-No, not at all. Ballroom Dancing is a social activity. You will learn how to be a fantastic leader and follower by dancing with many people. We have both experienced male and female instructors to dance with you. Our students also love meeting and dancing with new people.
What kind of dances to you teach?
-We teach all forms of ballroom dancing. Cha Cha, Rumba, Swing, Mambo, Salsa, Hustle, Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Quickstep, and Viennese Waltz are a few to name.
What can I do with Ballroom Dancing?
-Ballroom Dancing is a social activity and we have many ways for you to enjoy your new hobby. We host open social dances and studio outings such as attending local community events like Wine Walk, Art Street, Dancing With Our Stars, and Garden of Lights. We also give our students ways to perform and compete with this new skill they have learned.
What is a private lesson?
-A private lesson is a session where clients receive one-on-one time with an instructor for a full session.
What is a group class?
-A group class is a social style class.
What is a choreographed wedding dance?
-"Choreographed" in the dance world means patterns danced in a specific order. Wedding dances can be as simple or as flashy as you wish them to be.
Do I have to compete?
-No, competitive ballroom dancing is a option to all students. These events are ways students can socialize and travel with each other, and also show off their hard work.
How do I get involved with competitions?
-Simply speak to your instructor about when the next competition is.
How do I sign up for lessons?
-Email or call us for available dates and times to schedule a lesson.