Frequently Asked Questions.

What is Ballroom Dance?

Ballroom Dance is any kind of Partner or “Couple” Dance, which is enjoyed both socially and competitively around the world.

What are some Ballroom or Partner Dances?

Carolina Shag, East Coast Swing,  West Coast Swing,  Lindy Hop

Hustle,  Jive, Tango, Argentine Tango, Foxtrot, Waltz

Viennese Waltz, Salsa,  Merengue, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Cumbia

Mambo, Samba,  Bachata, Quick Step, Two-Step,  Polka

Paso Doble,  Bolero

 

Questions about Ballroom Dance

Can I learn to dance?

YES! Anyone can learn to dance, no matter your age, if you want to learn than there is nothing stopping you.  Dancing becomes easy and fun the moment you begin dance lessons.

Will it take long?

That all depends on You!  If you take Private lessons, Groups, and go to Practice Parties, you will learn more and become more comfortable with dance than if you just take Group lessons, or just take Private lesson.

What’s the benefit of taking dance lessons?

Dancing is the first line of social activity. Good dancing is a lifetime investment in fun, poise, confidence, improved personality and new friends. It is also a superb physical conditioner, providing fun without extreme effort. Learning to dance will open up a wonderful new world of togetherness and a thriving year-round social calendar.

Why Ballroom Dance?

Grace, Poise and Confidence are yours in return for learning to dance. Ballroom Dancing coordinates all the muscles that make us graceful and dignified — with these qualities come an aura of self-confidence that will shine through in your dancing as well.

 As in your daily life. As you learn to dance you will enjoy the full share of pleasure and satisfaction which dancing offers. Moreover, others will find the same satisfaction in dancing with you.
Dancing is much more than just moving your feet to the music. Dancing puts you close — at arm’s length — or heart to heart with someone special. It’s cheek to cheek to the rhythms and beat of the music. You’ll learn how to move together as one with your partner.
Children, Teens, Middle age, and seniors are dancing. They’re feeling better, and happier. With very little effort, you too can become a beautiful dancer and gain for yourself the increased satisfaction and popularity which the good dancer enjoys. Millions can’t be wrong … dancing makes you feel good!
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