(281) 933-2623
11758 Southwest Fwy
Houston, TX 77031

Group Dance Classes in December 2017

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
 
Saturday
Sunday
10 am
-
9 pm

We accept credit cards

Private Lessons 10am-9pm. Schedule at your convenience. Call for availability
Adult Ballroom Dance Lessons Children Dance Lessons Adult Social Dance Lessons

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10am-4pm

Private Lessons

10am-4pm

Private Lessons

10am-4pm

10 am
11 am
noon
1 pm

Private Lesson

6 pm
 
   
Private Lesson
2 pm
Private Lesson
6:30 pm
3 pm
Private Lesson
7 pm
7:30pm -
11pm
December 9

2nd Saturday Dance

7:30-11pm

December 16

Holiday Dance Showcase

6:30-10:30pm

8 pm

Open Ballroom Dance

8pm-10:30pm

$10

9 pm
Private Lessons
*class registration requires partner
Monday
10am - 9pm
Private Lessons
6:30 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9-9:30 pm
Private Lesson

 

Tuesday
10am - 9pm
Private Lessons
6 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9 pm
Private Lesson

 

Wednesday
10am - 9pm
Private Lessons
6:30 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9-9:30 pm
Private Lesson

 

Thursday
10am - 9pm
Private Lessons
6:30 pm
7 pm
8 pm
9 pm
Private Lessons

 

Friday
10am - 9pm
Private Lessons
7 pm
8-10:30 pm
Open Ballroom Dance 8-10:30pm $10/person

 

Saturday
10am - 4pm
Private Lessons
10 am
11 am
noon
1 pm
Private Lessons
2 pm
Private Lessons
3 pm
Private Lessons
4 pm
Private Lessons
5 pm
Private Lessons
7:30-11pm

December 9 - 2nd Saturday Dance 7:30-11pm

December 16 - Holiday Dance Showcase 6:30-10:30pm

 

Sunday
10am - 4pm
Private Lessons
2 pm
3 pm
*class registration requires partner

Group Dance Classes - $60/ 4 weeks

 
Our dance classes run in sessions of 4 or 5 weeks, depending on the month. Classes meet once a week, so the session equals 4 or 5 lessons. For example, "Beginner Monday Merengue " dance class would meet for 4 consecutive Mondays starting the first Monday of each month. We use calendar month to run sessions. So new classes start on the 1st of the month, whatever day it may be.
 

Private Dance Lessons - $95/ each

Private dance lessons are one-on-one dance classes with instructor for the dance of your choice. This gives you a lot of fexibility of what to work on. In addition, unlike Group Classes, Private Dance Lessons can be arranged at times convenient for you.
 

DanceSport Fitness (bri-weekly)- $60 / month

New DanceSport Fitness classes run tri-weekly Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. New session starts the first Monday of the month. Fitness classes are 30 min each

FAQs about dance lessons

What if I do not have a dance partner?

You have several options for taking dance lessons if you do not have a dance partner. First, you can take private dance lessons and dance with your teacher. Many people find this an easy and comfortable option. Especially for true beginners, taking private lessons may be a good way to ease into dancing. You can also attend group dance classes where you may find another single person like yourself. You can also ask some of your friends. They may have some time and be willing to take dance lessons with you. It is worth trying.

 

How much are dance lessons?

Our group dance classes are $60 for a session of 4 classes per person. That makes it $15 per class. Our private lessons are $95 for 45 minute lesson for 1 or 2 people. From the first look, group classes may appear to be less expensive. However, if you are a couple it may be more beneficial to take private dance lessons. This way you get more individualized attention from the teacher that you can't get in group dance class.

 

How long are dance lessons?

Length of dance lessons varies from studio to studio. At DanceSport Club our group classes are 50 min long and private dance lessons are 45 min long. This length of dance lesson is within attention span of adults that allows them to retain most of the instruction. For children, we normally split lesson in half and allow them to have a “2 minute water break” to regain focus.

 

How many dance lessons do I need?

Number of dance lessons that you would need depends on the goal and level of experience that you have. If you want to learn enough to get by at a particular social dance such as salsa, a couple of lessons might work. On the other hand, if you want to be proficient enough to dance all Ballroom dances at social, it may take quite a few lessons. Thus, you need to decide on a specific goal and pursue it! Set challenging, yet realistic goals. And be consistent with your lessons and practicing. Depending on your budget take 1 or 2 lessons per week, whether private or group class. Remember the golden rule of practicing – for every hour of lesson you need to practice at least 2-3 hours to retain the information and be able to move forward.

 

How to start dance lessons?

Register for a dance class. If you are not sure which class is better for you, call DanceSport Club. One of our staff members will be able to find dance class that fits your busy schedule and you like. You can register either online, over the phone or in person. We make it as easy as possible for you.

 

How to afford dance lessons?

Many people think that dance lessons are expensive and they cannot afford them. However, more economical option of Group Dance Classes is not that expensive. Each group class is $15 which is a little more than the price of movie ticket! You probably would spend more in the movies by buying popcorn and sodas…

 

Which ballroom dance is the easiest?

Unfortunately, there is no one single answer. Different people seem to pick different dances easier. The reason for that may be as simple as personal music preferences. Some like slower foxtrot music, others like faster cha-cha. Thus, when deciding on the dance to start with (if you have a choice) listen to different music and check yourself which one you like most. That would probably be a good pick. Otherwise you will be stuck in a lesson dancing to something you do not even like.

 

What is social ballroom dance?

It is what you dance in a social setting. If you dance any ballroom dance, say, Waltz, and there are other people on the floor and no one particular is judging you or watching you, then it is social dance. Social dancing is dancing for the sake of joy, fun, socializing with others with no particular goal to demonstrate skill or entertain others, other than your partner. There are some particular dances that are more popular among social dancers such as foxtrot, rumba, swing, salsa simply because they are easier to learn and you can start dancing faster. Otherwise, depending on a particular venue, you can find dancers of different levels and music of pretty much any type of ballroom dance including, cha cha, rumba, tango, samba, quickstep, jive etc.

 
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Ballroom Dance Lessons Houston. Ballet Dance Classes Houston, Texas. Houston-Sugar Land-Pearland-Missoury City
11758 Southwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77031 USA 281-933-2623