With an assemblage of knowledgeable teachers and frequently scheduled classes, Academy of Ballroom Dancing fosters a confident gracefulness in dancers of all skill levels. Two 30-minute lessons allow students private pow-wows with instructors, gaining personalized tips and confirming whether or not tango dancers really do eat roses. To expand dance repertoires, students twirl through eight group classes from Academy of Ballroom Dancing's Latin-focused or classical-ballroom programs. Once well versed in physical linguistics, students can put their knowledge to the test at three dance parties, navigating the exciting world of social dance etiquette by finding the appropriate socks for a sock hop, or politely convincing a wallflower to swing.
Michele Wolf has been called many things, including Clara, Pixie, and a meteorite. At 12 years old, she had snagged the principal role in The Nutcracker and stole the show dancing in A Planetary Interplay and A Unicorn of Fairy Forest. Today, Wolf pours her choreography and professional experience into Artists In Motion Dance and Fitness Studio.
She and her staff impart the fine art to adults and kids, teaching the fundaments of ballet, jazz, and tap. Meanwhile, fitness instructors lead all kinds of heart-starting sessions, such as Zumba, kickboxing, Barre classes, which blurs the line between fitness and dance and what's an appropriate closing argument for a defense attorney. Kids? classes, meanwhile, focus solely on the arts; the curriculum includes ballet, tap, and musical theater. The studio is also home to a dance troupe and plays host to little ones? birthday parties.
Since opening in 1975, Candlelight Dance Club has chased a single, unwavering mission: to curate an appreciation for ballroom dance while teaching its many styles. Six instructors stand ready to lead dancers through training to conquer foxtrot, swing, tango, waltz, and rumba steps. By offering both private and group lessons, Candlelight combines one-on-one attention from an instructor with group sessions that provide more camaraderie than a firefighting team moonlighting as a cheerleading squad. A bright, wood-floored studio hosts classes as well as the club’s weekly dance parties, which allow participants to try out learned moves in real time before debuting them in public. Many dance enthusiasts note a handful of dance-inspired benefits as their confidence shines, stress fizzles, and cardio endurance boosts.
The crack team of instructors at Fred Astaire Dance Studio swiftly instills rug-cutting basics in students with a speed-teaching method that demystifies ballroom standards such as rumba, cha-cha, swing, waltz, tango, foxtrot, and hustle. Private lessons hone pupils' moves under direct guidance of a teacher, while group lessons build talents in a more social setting, rotating partners throughout the class. Dance socials and dancers' nights out let students meet one another, practice their craft with new partners, and quietly horde hors d' oeuvres for upcoming attempts at running away from home.
Living Arts Dance Studios offers dance lessons for children and adults, along with self-defense, karate, and kick-boxing lessons. The philosophy of Living Arts Dance Studio is that dance can benefit children by introducing them to performing arts at an early age. Their mission is to help young children find positive outlets for their energy so they will do well later on in life. Studies have proven that kids who get involved in music, art and dance at young ages do well in their other scholastic studies. Living Arts Dance & Fitness Studios also takes adults who are ready to learn some new moves. They stress that dance is an excellent way to have fun and stay fit. Adult classes include praise dance, Zumba, African dance, belly dancing, boot camp and many more.