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Leverage our proven learning techniques and expert teaching to become a better Ballroom, Country or Latin dancer
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Proven Learning Methods
Dances Styles We Teach
Ballroom Dancing can be enjoyed in a dance studio setting, socially and in dance competitions. Ballroom dancing, often referred to as “partner dancing,” is a type of dancing that is often danced with a partner.
We offer Ballroom Dance Lessons for Waltz, Rumba, Tango, Swing, Mambo, Cha-Cha, and more. As well as both American and International dance styles.
Country Western Dancing can be enjoyed in a dance studio setting, socially and in dance competitions.
We offer Country Dancing Lessons for Country Two-Step, Country Polka, Waltz, Country Night Club Two-Step, Tripple-Two, West Coast Swing, East Coast Swing and Cha-Cha.
Social Latin Dance Styles are enjoyed and danced in dance studios, socially and in dance competitions. Some of these fun-filled dances include Merengue, Bachata, Salsa, Cha Cha, Rumba and Samba. Many of these dances have Afro-Cuban roots which gives them their lively flare.
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Regardless of whether you’re looking to take your dancing to the next level, looking for a new hobby, improving your social life, physical or emotional well-being, or a way to better connect with your partner, you’ve come to the right place and we can’t wait to help!
Throughout your learning process at our dance studios, you’ll be utilizing our custom learning platform, which incorporates many proven and modern learning techniques that help you learn more efficiently. In-time, you’ll become the dancer you were meant to be!
Our curriculum is centered around our dance programs that include private dance lessons, group classes, dance workshops, studio showcase performances, and competitions. We encourage everyone to participate in each learning method but if you aren’t comfortable in participating in a particular learning method, you are not required to do so.
Each program is personalized and engineered to help you learn more efficiently. Within our dance programs, we first work to build a strong foundation, and then we’ll work to build upon that foundation as we move through the different levels. Over time, you will become more proficient and a stronger dancer in the process.
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Why Just Danze?
Student-Focused Dance Studio
Somehow, over the past several decades, dance studios and schools have become more focused on short-term gains, and finding the next hot niche, than education and student growth. As an organization, we can’t stand by and allow this to happen. Students deserve great teachers and organizations that care.
We are proud to break the mold of what a dance studio is expected to be. In our eyes, a dance studio should be focused on education and building great dancers! It should be welcoming, non-intimidating, diverse, student focused, and of course, filled with high quality teachers that truly care about their students.
Our passion for education and improvement helps us better serve our number one priority, which is our students, and their goals. Nothing is more important to us than your growth as a dancer!
Throughout your learning process at Just Danze, you’ll be utilizing our custom learning platform, which incorporates many proven and modern learning techniques that help you learn more efficiently. In-time, you’ll become the dancer you were meant to be!
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Most frequent questions and answers
If you do not have a partner, that perfectly fine and more common than you think! During your private dance lessons, you’ll be dancing with your instructor, so having a partner isn’t necessary. In group classes and workshops, we encourage partner rotations. This allows the students to have the opportunity to dance with multiple partners, including the teacher in most cases. Rather its private dance lessons, group dance classes or dance workshops, you don’t need a partner to participate.
Just like any sport, you should try to wear the proper equipment and attire when participating! In dance, first thing you’ll want to do, is to start looking for the proper shoes to dance in. There are specific styles of shoes that complement each style of dance. For partner dancing, we recommend starting with a simple ballroom practice shoe. This style of shoe will work well, with any style of dance you are learning.
When searching online, you’ll want to look up Women’s Ballroom Practice shoe or Men’s Ballroom Practice Shoe online or go to your local dance boutique shop to try some on. For Ballet and Jazz, you can start with just purchasing either Ballet or Jazz Shoes. Eventually you will need one for each style. In Contemporary, you are welcome to dance barefoot, or wear either Ballet or Jazz Shoes. In DanzeFIT (our dance fitness class), you will need a pair of athletic Shoes, and for Yoga, you can go barefoot or wear socks.
As far as the proper attire to wear when dancing, it all depends of the style of dance and your comfortably. For example, if you are learning partner dancing, you will want to either wear business casual attire or athletic clothing. If you are learning Ballet, Jazz or Contemporary please wear something more form fitting so that the instructor can clearly see your lines to make sure you are in the correct alignment. A good rule of thumb, is to dance in something you can move in and something you’re comfortable in.
In your first dance lesson, your dance instructor will take a few minutes to learn more about your goals and discuss the details of your chosen dance program. From there, he/she will discuss your road map and lesson plan for the day. After that, you’ll dive into your lesson. At the end of the lesson, your instructor will recap the dance lesson and answer any questions you may have. Lastly, they’ll give you a few things to work on before your next lesson.
In your first dance class, the teacher will introduce themselves to everyone and welcome everyone onto the floor. Then the teacher will dive into their lesson plan for the class. It is important to mention that we encourage partner rotations in group classes and workshops, so you’ll be dancing with multiple people throughout class. If you have a partner and do not want to rotate, that’s perfectly fine!
At the end of the class, the instructor will give a few announcements and record a quick recap video that will be uploaded onto Band, a communication app we use for videos and studio updates that members have access to, so that you can practice throughout the week.
This is the beauty of private lessons! Hours are flexible and you learn to dance on your time. Our business hours are Monday – Friday from 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM and Saturday from 9:00 AM -9:00 PM. That said, your instructor is able and willing to schedule lessons as needed outside of regular business hours. Schedule Today…
Learning to dance is a process, which like any skill or sport, takes time. Our best advice for new dancers, is to be patient and stay consistent. Consistency is key, in learning any new skill, which is why most students take anywhere from 2 – 5 lessons per week. Anything less, makes it difficult to progress but if that’s all you can commit too, it’s fine and it’s still better than not dancing. At the end of the day, it’s important for you to be comfortable and if that means only one lesson a week, then that’s fine with us. Either way, we’ll help you become the dancer you are meant to be!
Absolutely! Performing and/or competing is a great way to challenge yourself. Without a challenge, you may become static in your dance growth. Therefore, we encourage all our students to compete and/or perform.
(If this is not something you are interested in doing, you do not have to. We would never want you do to something, you’re not comfortable with. We have other ways for you to continue your growth as a dancer, that don’t include performing or competing.)
Before you start dancing, it’s important for us to better understand your needs and goals as a dancer. Therefore, we require all new students to participate in a brief consultation or an intro lesson to start. This gives the dance director an opportunity to better understand your needs, so they can make the appropriate recommendations on which membership options and dance programs, would best fit your needs. Schedule Consultation…