HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A GOOD DANCER?

We live in the age of speed, so we have wild expectations from everything. But the reality is that some things never change. If you really want to be good at something, you will need to put a lot of time and effort into everything. And it all comes down to knowing your limits and understanding what you may need to do again and again. The same thing happens with dancing. You can’t be a master after a single private dance lesson. You will need to practice, push the boundaries and try out again and again. It will take a little bit to do this properly, but it’s going to matter and it will be worth it.



Getting comfortable with any dance instruction

When you’re a beginner everything is new and overwhelming. What you want to do is to make sure that you take dance studio lessons a few times per week. Within a month you should be able to understand the basic styles of dancing. That doesn’t mean you are ready to master them, but you will have at least a good understanding of what they are, what you need to do and what type of technique is required from you in order to make it work properly. And that’s the thing you will enjoy quite a bit.


Thinking about the social foundation

While the introductory stage will take around a month or so, then you have the social foundation which will end up taking 12-15 more lessons aside from the first ones. That alone will span over 2 or even 3 months. Now you will need to select around 4 dances that you want to master, once you start doing that you will get better and better at them.


Bronze level

Reaching the bronze level will require 30-75 more lessons over the course of the next 3-6 months. That means you will get to clean up your technique and dance a bit better. You will know the steps, but now you have to work on your technique and make it better. Which can be a lot more challenging than you might realize at first. But then again that’s what matters, finding a way to make this work without pressuring yourself way too much with it.

Now that you have those things in mind, it all comes down to what type of private dance lesson or practice you do at the dance studio.

There’s no real timeline when you can become a master dancer.

This is all about hard work, being committed to dancing and doing everything you can in order to master the dances you have in your mind. Is it hard to acquire a great technique and make it work? Of course, there are always challenges. But once you listen to every dance instruction, work hard and focus on results the payoff alone can be really impressive. It’s definitely exciting to think about that, all you have to do is to commit to this and make it work, then it will be amazing!





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