Why do you want to learn?

Maybe you are looking for a new hobby or want to meet people or get in shape. Whatever your reason, we can tailor our lessons to help you achieve that goal.


Learn tips for how to survive your first social dance party and get connected with local dance scenes.


Learn warm-ups to practice as well as get your blood pumping. Dancing is great exercise for your body as well as your brain.

Have Fun

Learn how to play around with rhythm and musicality to make the most out of every dance.

Wedding Dance

Learn to dance to the first dance at your wedding, personalized to your song choice. Instruction available for choreographed, semi-choreographed or lead-follow dances.

Types of Lessons

Private lessons are only one way to learn how to dance. The best approach is a mix of private lessons, independent practice, group classes and social practice opportunities.

Private Lessons

As highly personalized instruction, private lessons are the fastest way to learn. They are a great way to get started and learn some basics before trying group classes and social parties. Mix in private lessons with group classes to get personalized feedback on what you have learned and avoid forming bad habbits.

Independent Practice

One of the best things you can do to improve your dancing is practice. Even though partner dancing is done with a partner, you are responsible for remember your part so practicing without a partner is a great way to practice your own rhythm, patterns, and body movement. For leaders, this is a great time to refresh yourself on what patterns you know how to lead .

Group Classes

The easiest (and cheapest) way to learn new patterns are group classes at a dance studio. One instructor will teach a large number of students and you usually rotate partners to get practice dancing with lots of people. These classes may not be the best way to get started with a new dance style and often don't focus on technique. Add in some private lessons to get the most out of what you learn in the group classes.

Social Practice

Most people learn partner dancing in order to actually go dance. Social dances or parties are often held monthly or weekly at dance studios and are a great opportunity to meet people, socialize, and use everything you've been learning to have a great time.