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

DanceSport Club - Ballroom dance studio near Stafford, TX

DanceSport Club new location in Houston, TX

DanceSport Club - New Ballroom and Latin Dance Studio near Stafford, TX

DanceSport Club is conveniently located on the intersection of Southwest Freeway (US 59) and Beltway 8. This provides access to the studio for dancers from all over Houston, including nearby suburbs such as Bellaire, Sugarland, Pearland, Stafford, Missouri City, and Alvin.

Our ballroom dance studio offers many benefits for social, competitive and practice dancing. First, our beautiful sprung hardwood floor is made of the best quality maple and constructed using the most advanced techniquest to provide your feet with the highest level of comfort and support for extended dancing. Second, our studio boasts the highest quality sound system, flexible enough for any style music during our varied dance parties throughout each week. In addition, our dance studio offers the best air quality found in any studio in Houston. As if all that weren't enough, our studio offers easy access to the freeway (we're right on the feeder of the Southwest Freeway, near Beltway 8) so you don't have to fight heavy street traffic. And, finally, we have plenty of parking in front, as well as in the rear of the studio, with direct entry from wherever you park. We've taken the stress out of your life wherever we could. When you want clean breathing, great sound, a beautiful yet comfortable larger than competition size floor, great location, and fabulous sound, the choice is clear. We invite your to visit our dance parties, where we provide ample opportunities to socialize, learn and practice your dance skills.

Map to DanceSport Club in Houston, TX

11758 Southwest Freeway (US 59)
Houston, TX 77031
(281) WE-DANCE
(281) 933-2623
info@DanceSportClub.com


Private Ballroom Dance and Latin Dance Lessons near Stafford, Texas

Taking private Ballroom dance lessons is very beneficial for students. In addition to taking group dance classes , private dance lessons are a great way to get more individualized attention . Think of a private dance lesson as a combination of tutoring and a personal trainer. In private dance lessons instructors have the ability to adjust teaching methods to better suit your individual needs and closely monitor your performance to address any concerns. Contact us to schedule your private dance lesson today! !

Children Group Ballroom Dance and Latin Dance Lessons near Stafford, Texas

Starting Ballroom and Latin dance at a young age has many benefits. First, it involves children in a productive activity which they can enjoy for the rest of their lives. Second, this activity releases youth's excess energy in a constructive manner (would you rather your child watch TV or do some dancing?). Third, it provides children with a community of their peers, with whom they socialize and interact in a positive, respectful manner. Contact us to enroll your child in Children Ballroom dance lessons

Children Ballet Dance Lessons near Stafford

Starting Ballroom and Latin dance at a young age has many benefits. First, it involves children in a productive activity which they can enjoy for the rest of their lives. Second, this activity releases youth's excess energy in a constructive manner (would you rather your child watch TV or do some dancing?). Third, it provides children with a community of their peers, with whom they socialize and interact in a positive, respectful manner. Contact us to enroll your child in a children Ballet Dance Lessons...

Adult Group Ballroom and Latin Dance Lessons near Stafford, Texas

Group Adult Ballroom dance lessons are an affordable and fun way for beginners to learn to dance. By learning in a group, you can gauge your progress in comparison to others, as well as make many new friends and maybe even find a special partner. Plus, the opportunity to dance with different partners allows you to understand the art of social dance as well as competitive dance. Don't wait, join our dance classes now and have fun!

Social Ballroom Dancing near City of Stafford, Texas

Make many new friends and maybe even find a special partner by attendin social Ballroom dance parties. Plus, the opportunity to dance with different partners allows you to understand the art of social dance

Fitness near City of Stafford, Texas

Have fun getting fit! Zumba and yoga are easy and very popular. schedule of fitness classes

Weddings

Many people dread their wedding and their first dance. Call us, stop worrying and start looking forward to your special day! Our instructors will help you to choose music, choreograph the dance, and rehearse it so that you feel confident when the time comes. We can also help your parents, wedding party, and guests. Contact us about our wedding packages now and get started with your wedding dance lessons and choreorgaphy

DancePedia - Ballroom and Latin Dance Encyclopedia

This is a collection of useful articles and tips that have been collected over time. They are intended to benefit any Ballroom and/or Latin dancer and include such items as links to competitions, Syllabus steps etc. Check it out! read DancePedia

Ballroom and Latin Dance Shoes and Costumes

Ballroom dancers always need ballroom dance shoes, costumes etc. Find stylish, comfortable and affordable Ballroom dance and Latin dance shoes for adults and children, as well as costumes at local dance store - International Dance Design


 

History of Stafford, TX

“The people of Stafford and their leaders have compiled a growing list of impressive and unique accomplishments. They have taken a fledging agrarian city with a few stores and many farms and transformed it into a respected, culturally diverse, well financed urbanized suburb. They have fought the powers in the state capitol, federal courts and public forums to create innovative educational, economic, social and cultural opportunities, that have gained attention, and in some instances, notoriety for doing the unpredictable. They have overcome numerous adversities and many doubters, and steadfastly pursued their stated goals. In doing so, they have adequately equipped the City of Stafford with the ability to continue to set standards for other cities to emulate, and often envy. They have built a city that runs a fiscally responsible ship, provides outstanding services, enhances a prominent infrastructure and plans and prepares well to address the many challenges that the city is likely to face in the coming years and beyond.” Mayor Leonard Scarcella

In 1820, when the land that is now Texas was under the rule of Spain, Stephen F. Austin took advantage of a Spanish offer to settle a vast area of the territory in exchange for expansive land grants. William J. Stafford became intrigued with the offer and was one of Austin's “Old 300” families that made the migration west and settled here. In 1824, Stafford was granted a league-and-a-half of land, which became known as Stafford's Point, and aided by a horse-powered cotton gin, began farming on his plantation and operating the gin to bale his and other farmers' crops in the area. It marked the beginning of the business friendly climate that remains as a trademark of Stafford today.

The prominence and influence of Stafford's Point flourished until 1836, when General Santa Ana, leading the Mexican Army, continued his invasion of Texas. After overrunning the Alamo in San Antonio, he headed for San Jacinto. He and his troops stopped in Stafford's Point for the night, and before departing on their incursion, pillaged and burned this thriving community. By 1840, settlers had returned to begin to rebuild the town. Sugar cane was gaining in stature as the preferred economic product and replaced cotton as the primary source of income for the revitalizing economy. Attracted by this expanding community, Stafford´s Point became the terminal point of the first railroad tracks built in Texas. On September 1, 1853, the Buffalo Bayou, Brazos and Colorado Railroad made its maiden twenty mile trip from Harrisburg to Stafford's Point. After a couple of years, the rails were extended westerly. Today, there are over 12,000 miles of railroad tracks in Texas.

The Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation resulted in a dynamic shift in the direction and economy of the area. By 1869, a U.S. Post Office was established bearing the new name of Stafford. Freed slaves, who established numerous small farms, became the dominant landowners. By the turn of the century, the population rose to around 300, but then began a significant decline. By 1914, only about 100 people called Stafford home. Over the next four decades, immigrants turned the tide and began to filter in. Led by a contingency of Italians looking for both business and farming opportunities, the future of Stafford began to take shape. However, sandwiched in was a raucous and, in retrospect, somewhat humorous period during the infamous Prohibition Era which featured widespread bootlegging and gambling that gave the town an image throughout the area that is still remembered with a wry smile by some of the surviving old-timers.

After World War II, the townspeople began to organize. They played a prominent role in obtaining authority from the state legislature in 1946 for the creation of the Fort Bend County Water Control and Improvement District No. 2, which provided safe drinking water and proper disposal of sanitary sewage. A year later, the Stafford Volunteer Fire Department was born. Today, the outgrowth of that organization is ranked as one of the top firefighting

DanceSport Club
Ballroom Dance Lessons in Houston, Latin Dance Classes and Ballet Dance Classes in Houston, Texas. Serving Greater Houston Metropolitan Area, Sugar Land, Pearland and Missoury City
11758 Southwest Fwy, Houston, TX 77031 USA 281-933-2623