How do I get started?
You start by taking that first step and contact us to schedule a free introductory dance lesson. Whether you are a beginning or a seasoned dancer that first lessons is your starting point to take you to the next level.
Can I really learn to dance?
Of course! Our philosophy is that dancing is for everyone. It is as easy as walking once you learn the fundamentals. You will learn the simple, basic elements from which all steps are derived and then go from there as you choose.
When can I take lessons?
Any time you wish. The studio is open Mon-Fri, 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., and on weekends and mornings by appointment. All private dance lessons are 45 minutes long, and private instruction is tailored to your specific needs so you can learn at your own pace. Check our calendar for schedule.
What is Latin Dancing?
Latin dance is a general label that refers to various forms of ballroom and social dances. It can include a wide range of dances originating in Latin America, including Puerto Rico and Cuba, such us Salsa, Cha-Cha, Rumba, Samba, Mambo, Merengue, Bachata, Paso Doble, Bolero and Cumbia. Read More
What is Social & Ballroom Dancing?
Ballroom Dance refers to a set of partner dances, which are enjoyed both socially and competitively around the world. Read More
How long will it take me to be a good dancer?
It depends on the number of dances you want to learn, how motivated you are, and how proficient you want to become in each dance. However, you will be dancing after your first lesson!
How much do lessons cost?
Tuition varies depending on the number of dances that you want to learn, how good you want to be, and your class schedule. Remember, your first lesson is free. After the introductory lesson, a program is developed and presented to you and will answer any questions you may have about fees and your desired development as a dancer.
Do I need to bring a partner?
Not at all!
What should I wear?
Comfortable, cool clothing, and recommend dance shoes. However, if you are just beginning, you may use shoes that tie or buckle instead of slip on. Do not wear sandals or shoes with any type of rubber or hard leather soles, as they tend to stick to the floor and limit your mobility. If you have any questions about proper dancing attire please call the studio.
Still have questions?
Please feel free to contact us with any questions!