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Adult Dance Lesson Quick Info
Private wedding dance lessons are 1 hour long (45 minutes with an instructor and 15 minutes of practice at the end).
Group classes are an effective and inexpensive way of getting more practice time on the dance floor, while developing the essential skills of partner dancing such as leading and following.
All private lesson options are tailored to your goals for your first dance. Group lessons are taught to the group and are not focused on individual couples.
Rates for Private Lessons and Group Classes range depending on the number of lessons purchased at a time.
The number of lessons people take varies greatly and depends on a number of factors.
Have more questions? Check out our Youth dance lesson FAQ.
Other Helpful Adult Dance Pages
What is Ballroom Samba And How To Dance It?
What Is Salsa And How To dance It?
What IS Rumba And How To Dance It?
The ballroom version of the samba is different from the Brazilian Samba. It is called Carioca Samba and it is derived from the rural "Rocking Samba".
In this article we will be talking about Salsa as a dance style with Caribbean and African roots.
The dance style we know nowadays paints a very different picture with all the rhinestoned dance costumes we see on Dancing with The Stars.
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Beginner dance classes are designed for skill levels that anyone without prior experience is encouraged to take a class without ending up frustrated.
Social dancing has benefits, helping people live longer and more joyfully; it also creates a feeling of belonging and social engagement. No need to be ballroom dancer-thin and flexible, dance is for every body type. While dancing looks sophisticated... surprisingly, its wellness benefits extend to most ordinary tasks; many studies discovered that people who danced felt happier, had better posture and greater flexibility