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It's Time to Stop Watching and Start Dancing!

 

 

The popularity of TV shows like "So You Think You Can Dance" and "Dancing with the Stars" has increased local interest in ballroom dance. Now, more than ever, it is important to learn how to dance! Everyday beginner dancers are entering into the world of ballroom. They experience the benefits of dance in group settings, which allow people to make friends while they learn. With an ever increasing interest in ballroom dance, you will discover new people joining you on the dance floor.

 

Group classes are a quick and fun way to be introduced to the basics of ballroom dance. No matter what event you are preparing for, dancing with your peers gives you the confidence you need to approach anyone. Not only will you meet new people, but you will also gain dance skills that are difficult to obtain anywhere else, such as leading and following to stepping on time. Even advanced dancers have the opportunity to make friends and practice their skills. Whatever your experience level, group classes will enrich your dance experience.