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Denise D.
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Report | 6 months ago
Really fun. It goes fast, you learn a lot.
Hal G.
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Report | 8 months ago
Tom and Debra are excellent instructors! Highly recommend!
Cynthia D.
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Report | a year ago
We had a great time! We didn't continue as we were gone 2 of the next 8 weeks. We're often gone but this timing worked.
Eliot C.
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Report | a year ago
Great teachers and fun dance steps to learn!
Sarah W.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Great business that specializes in good, clean, fun!
Kathryn L.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
Debra and Tom are great swing dance teachers and the class is great fun!!
Kathy M.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
The Reston class is a blast!
kristen H.
Verified
Report | 2 years ago
This class was so much fun. The teachers were great, and the fellow students were inspiring. I am already looking forward to signing up for my next session.

From Our Editors

When Debra Sternberg first caught sight of Tom Koerner at the Doc Scantlin dance in 1987, she was smitten by his enthusiastic jitterbug. Though the duo's subsequent amorous relationship lasted only a year, their swing-dance partnership has lasted for decades. Together, they have jitterbugged and lindy hopped into the top spots in contests that include the 1994 UK Lindy Hop Championships, the 1998 Virginia State Open, and the 2010 National Living Legends of Swing Award.

Today, Tom and Debra pass on their expertise and passion at Gottaswing, their dance school that has expanded into eight locations throughout the United States. Each week, more than 500 students lay the six- and eight-count foundations for the jitterbug and lindy hop. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes meet six nights a week at various studios and dance clubs throughout the DC area, each equipped with a dance floor where students and a woman who looks suspiciously like Amelia Earhart can let loose . Four nights a week, the school invites students to join fellow classmates at events to dance along with DJ-curated tunes and live music.

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