FAQs

I have two left feet. Can I still learn to dance?

Absolutely! If you can walk, you can learn to dance. Private lessons are tailored to your level and pace. All steps will be broken down into easy to learn pieces.


Are you a studio?

We are not a studio. For our clients’ convenience, we are independent professionals who partner with various studios. Which means all lessons are scheduled directly with your teacher. And if you ever have any questions, we are a quick email/text away. We are committed to making the learning process as comfortable and easy as possible and take pride in how you learn and grow as a dancer.


How do I schedule a lesson?

Your time is valuable—that’s why lessons are by appointment to accommodate your schedule. Appointments are booked directly with your teacher via Email. Lessons are available Monday-Friday from 11am-9pm and Saturday from 10am-4pm. Contact us to schedule your first lesson.


What should I wear to my dance lesson?

Dress code is casual. Anything from jeans to work clothes, as long as it allows for easy movement is great. Ballroom dance shoes are ideal, but if you don’t have a pair yet, dress shoes are sufficient. Please avoid thick rubber-soled sneakers or flip flops.


Do I need a partner to take lessons?

A partner is not required. We welcome both individuals and couples to take lessons. If you don't have a partner, your teacher will happily be your partner to help you learn.


What should I bring to my first lesson?

Just yourself. We have the floor, the music, and the knowledge to get you dancing on your very first lesson.

Wedding couples, please bring your first dance song on a mobile phone.