Q. Do I need dance experience to take lessons?
A. No. All dancers start as newcomers. The more you practice through attending dances and taking lessons, the better you will become.
Q. What should I wear to class?
A. Wear something casual and comfortable. Ladies should wear dress shoes that have a closed back and support around the ankle. Gentlemen should wear dress shoes that have a smooth bottom. All shoes should have a leather or suede bottom. Sneakers, Timberland boots or slip-on sandals are NOT recommended.
Q. Do I have to compete to take lessons?
A. No. Our primary focus is teaching beginners and social dancers.
Q. How much does it cost?
A. Group lessons are $10 per person per lesson while private lessons are $50 per lesson.
Q. What is the most effective way to learn to dance?
A. A comprehensive program of Private Lessons and Group Classes is the fastest, most cost effective way to learn. But you are always free to choose the program that best fits your schedule or budget.
Q. Do I need a partner?
A. No, it is not necessary to come with a partner. We rotate partners in our classes. However, if you are not comfortable rotating just let your instructor know before class. You should try to enter rotation as soon as possible. It will help you become a better social dancer.