Do I need any experience? Absolute beginners with no dance experience are always welcome in our basic and beginner level classes and workshops. Beginners progressing quickly are also encouraged to join higher level classes as soon as their confidence and skills allow.
Can someone with two left feet learn to dance? Of course they can! Dancing, like any skill, just requires training and repetition to develop your motor memory and talents.
Where do I start? We recommend starting with our NEW Intro package for private lessons or any of our All Levels workshops if you're entirely new to a dance style. This will increase your body's motor memory by getting in some repetition of dance steps. If you have a strong foundation in your chosen style of dance, join us in our intermediate/advanced workshops or private lessons!
Do I need a dance partner? It is not necessary to bring a dance partner! We rotate partners throughout every group class to build your social partner dancing skills. On private lessons you will be working one on one with the instructor. Plus, we are very friendly and happy - so no need to worry! We've got you covered!
What do I wear to dance class? Our classes are very casual, so just wear clothes that you feel comfortable in and that allow you to move freely.
Do I need special dance shoes? We recommend you wear comfortable shoes that slide a little on the floor while you are spinning. Just wearing socks work great too. It is best to avoid rubber bottom shoes that stick to the floor and make your footwork more difficult. It is difficult, not safe for you or your partner, and bad for your feet to dance in flip flops.
When can I start? Check out our Schedule to find the next class that matches your dance level! For private instruction, your lessons can start as soon as we find a convenient time for both you and your instructor.
I've been coming here with my husband for over a month now, and the instructors have been nothing but helpful. Very friendly and welcoming, too, especially when teaching beginners... The regulars here are also very nice, like one big family
They teach more about the fundamentals and Musicality (Isaiah's favorite word), and less about just learning patterns. They teach dancing as a vessel for expression, like an instrument to play a song, not just a series of motions to look cool.