Absolutely not. If you have one that’s ok but lots of people come to learn without a partner. So there’s always somebody to dance with.
Rotating partners in class helps make you a better dancer. While we encourage everyone to rotate, we understand that some people aren’t comfortable with that. Rotating in class is always a choice. We just want the world to dance.
Unless it’s otherwise noted we encourage you to dress comfortably. This is especially true for classes. There are certain events where we do ask you to dress up. Don’t worry, we’ll give you plenty of notice.
Of course. We’ve never met anyone with two actual left feet. Most people who are terrible dancers just need a push in the right direction. Sure some people are gifted with better rhythm, grace, and balance but the human body is incredible and can be taught to do amazing things. If you’re not human, we’ll still try to help you.
We highly recommend coming in for a free 30-minute introductory private lesson with one of our instructors. Just give us a call and we’ll get you scheduled. You can also come to one of our social dances and check things out. Be warned, we’re a friendly bunch and you might be dancing all night so wear some comfortable shoes!
Science tells us that social dancing helps keep dementia away. If you’re not old enough to worry about dementia, science also tells us that dancing is great exercise, helps your mood, and your self-confidence.
This isn’t really a question, but we understand. Many of our dancers have started out shy. After a bit of dancing, we’ve watched their self-confidence grow and the person they were on the inside was suddenly revealed to the world.
We love this question! Believe it or not, the simplest method works the best. Just walk up to the partner of your choice, extend your hand, and in a polite tone ask, “Would you like to dance?”