Flexible Scheduling: We know that you are busy. Sometimes it is difficult to squeeze everything you want to do in 24 hours. Well, actually less, considering we need to sleep sometime. According to research, lack of time is the number ONE reason people give for not dancing. Our Private Dance Lessons are designed to be flexible to schedule. You have time Monday morning at 10am? We can do it. Wednesday afternoon? Not a problem. Friday evening? Sure. We are here to help aligning your schedule with our instructors.
Learn dances that you want: Many times people start dancing by going to group dance classes. This is a great start. However, you can't always choose the dance that you want in a group setting. For example, in our Beginner Ballroom classes we teach Waltz, Foxtrot and Tango. Thus, this month you may get Tango, when you wanted to learn Waltz. In private dance lessons this is not an issue. We will teach dances that you want to learn. We can even switch between dances to make it more fun. For example, we can teach Rumba one week and Waltz next week. This is not a problem for our dance instructors.
Private Environment: Not everyone feels comfortable learning to dance in a group class. There can be many reasons for that. In addition, it is more diffiuclt to focus on something new when there are other people around you. Even if they are nice, they may be distracting to your learning process. In a private dance lesson you will get undivided attention of the instructor and will be able to focus better.
Personalized Curriculum: Group dance classes are good way to get familiar with the basics of Ballroom dance. However, even the best group class is geared primarily to addressing common concerns that apply to a majority of students. In a group class setting, dance instructors simply do not have enough time to address specific needs of individual students. And since everyone is unique, different people have different needs when it comes to Ballroom dance. That is why it is very beneficial for students to take private dance lessons with dance instructors to get more individualized attention. You may want to 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.
Ballroom: Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Vienesse Waltz and Quickstep
International Latin: ChaCha, Rumba, Samba, Paso Doble and Jive
Social Latin: Merengue, Salsa, Bachata, Cumbia, East Coast Swing
County-Western: Texas Two-Step, Polka, Country Waltz and West Coast Swing