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

If you can walk, you can learn to dance. Private lessons are tailored to your level and pace, making learning fun and easy. 

How do you teach?

Dancing isn’t just about patterns and steps; it’s about moving from the inside, out. Our seasoned professionals personalize each lesson to reveal the best in you. Packed with energy and designed to inspire, you will learn how to move with more rhythm, improve posture, and gain confidence. 

How much do lessons cost?

We have an Introductory two-lesson special for $135 and a five-lesson wedding package for $360. After that, we offer competitive rates with three options: One lesson ($90), five lessons, $425 ($85 per lesson), or ten lessons, $800 ($80 per lesson). 

How do I schedule?

Your time is valuable—that’s why we schedule by appointment, Monday-Saturday.

What should I wear to my dance lesson?

Wear comfortable clothing to allow movement. 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?

No, lessons can be taken with or without a partner. 

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. Haven’t decided on a song yet? Schedule a FREE consultation today.

Are you a studio?

For our clients’ convenience, we are independent professionals who partner with various studios. Our extensive experience in coaching, training, and competing shape the high standards we set for ourselves…and our students. We take pride in how you learn and grow as a dancer.

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