Ballroom Dancing



Our private lessons are tailored for every single person's individual needs.


  • the best way to learn

  • customized program

  • lesson can be scheduled to satisfy our clients busy calendars.




Uncomfortable dancing around people?


Our private lessons will make you feel more confident & no more nerve-wracking.


Our group lessons are a perfect way of learning: basic techniques, fundamental steps, understanding the music & having tons of fun as a group.


We offer group classes that represent different levels of advancament.



  • 5 Group Class Package: $60

  • Single Class: $15






  • Patterns

  • Timing

  • Amalgamations

  • Posture


Looking for a fun place to practice dance on Friday evening?

Look NO further!!!


Your newly acquired skills or the moves that you just want to practice can be worked on in a social setting at the studio.



  • 5 Parties: $50

  • Single Party: $12


  • Having fun dancing with instructor

  • Relaxed and comfortable environment

  • Scheduled dance partied



Bronze level is the most basic level of ballroom dancing, and this is where all new students should start. The goal of this level is to teach the dancer good balance, rhythm and how to move their body. They learn how to dance with a partner and work as a team.


In American Style ballroom dances like Waltz and Foxtrot, there is very little “continuity”, which is where the dancers pass their feet and flow into the next step. Instead, they end most patterns by bringing their feet together. The patterns in bronze level tend to be fairly simple, although they increase in complexity and difficulty as the dancer moves from beginning bronze to intermediate bronze and then to full bronze.


When the dancer has mastered the basics of bronze level, they are usually ready to move on into silver. This is when ballroom dancing really gets fun—the steps flow more gracefully from one to the next, and the dancer learns to make bigger movements with more turns and arm styling. They are expected to use good technique, balance, partnering skills and do it all with flair.

While the beginning silver steps are more difficult than bronze, they are still fairly easy and most dancers can execute them with varying levels of success. For example, bronze level dancers often add silver steps to their repertoire, but they do not execute them as well as they should. As one moves up the syllabus toward full silver, the patterns become much more demanding.


Gold level is the highest level that the syllabus goes to. Dancers at this level have even better balance and perform even more difficult patterns than silver level dancers. At this level, it becomes very apparent if the dancer has not established a good foundation in their dancing, because they are unable to perform many of the steps at all, let alone well.


“Open” in a ballroom competition means that the performed steps do not have to adhere to any syllabus. Choreographers for these events are able to either modify syllabus patterns or make up their own. Dancers who do open level choreography should have a firm grasp of all of the syllabus requirements. This allows for a lot of creativity and fun.


By starting at the bronze ballroom dancing level and moving up through gold, a dancer gets a good foundation in technique, balance and partnering skills.



Jazz & Modern

Jazz has become one of the most popular dance styles in recent years, mainly due to its popularity on television shows, movies, music videos and commercials. People enjoy watching jazz dancers, as the dancing is fun and energetic.

Jazz dancing is a form of dance that showcases a dancer's individual style and originality. Every jazz dancer interprets and executes moves and steps in their own way. This type of dancing is energetic and fun, consisting of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps and quick turns.



If you are attending your first jazz dance class, get ready to really move. A good jazz class explodes with energy. With music styles ranging from hip-hop to show tunes, the beat alone will get you moving. Most jazz teachers begin with a thorough warm-up, then lead the class in a series of stretching exercises and isolation movements.




  • We offer a "Young Stars Program". This particular program was designed for dancers Age 3 to 7.

  • Ages 8 & up;  we offer a syllabus which ensures that each child completes one level before moving on to the next.


 Dance classes in the following disciplines to our 8yr olds & up:


  1. Ballet

  2. Lyrical

  3. Pointe

  4. Leaps/Turns

  • Make Up Classes:

    In case of illness or otherwise, absences can be made up at another class during the week. Please call to notify the front office of all absences as well as to schedule a make-up class.  Make-ups are offered as a courtesy, not an obligation.