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Private lessons

 There is not a more efficient lesson to achieve your personal goals as a dancer than to have one hundred percent of your teacher’s attention during your class. In a group class the teacher must work out a compromise between the students that assimilate new concepts quickly and those that require more detailed explanations. In a private lesson, the teacher works at your rhythm, meaning that you will never feel as if the lesson is going too slowly or too quickly.

In private lessons, you learn not just what you want, but what you need, when you need it. The private setting allows your teacher the flexibility to plan your lesson according to your experience, perception, motivation, ability and your particular way of learning. The result is a lesson that is stimulating, motivating and satisfying.

There is also the advantage of being able to book your lessons at the time of your choosing and as often as you wish. And, as an investment, private lessons offer an extraordinary return. Our students report that in private lessons they learn between six and ten times faster than they used to in group classes.

To learn about our private and semi-private location and hourly rates click here.

 

Group classes

The group class setting is a fun way to get introduced to the thrill of learning to dance or improving your skills. They are also a great way of joining the community, meeting people who enjoy the same dances you do and making new friends.

You will be facing the same challenges and victories as your fellow students, so we cultivate a fun, inclusive and supportive atmosphere. And since our philosophy states that before being a good partner you must first be a good dancer, we encourage you to rotate partners in order to get a good understanding of what you truly know, understand and are capable of doing. Also, since you will certainly not have time to make all the mistakes yourself, you will benefit from listening in to the explanations the teacher gives to your fellow students.

Group classes are inexpensive and usually given at popular and flexible times.