What kind of dances do you teach?

Do I need to have a partner?

Casual or business attire is fine. Wear shoes that you would normally go dancing in.

What should I wear to lessons?

No problem, now’s the time to start.  We welcome complete beginners as well as those with experience.

No. You may come to group and private lessons either with a partner or by yourself.

You’ll find that our combination of experience and affordability is hard to beat.  Not only will you be taught by an instructor with more than ten years of full time, professional teaching experience in ballroom dancing, but you’ll be getting your lessons here for up to 40% less than other studios in the area (where students often are given instructors with very little experience).  We also structure our costs so that students on longer term programs receive greater savings.  When you come in for your introductory private lesson, we will give you our complete list of programs and costs. 

How much do lessons cost?

Frequently Asked Questions

We teach all of the popular partner dances. This includes the ballroom dances (Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Quickstep), the Latin dances (Rumba, Cha Cha, Salsa, Mambo, Merengue, Bolero, Samba), all types of swing dancing (east coast swing, west coast swing, club swing, jitterbug, lindy hop), as well as hustle and Foxy, which is a type of slow dance often used at weddings.

What if I've never danced before?