Frequently Asked Questions
- How much does it cost?
- Do I need to bring a partner?
- Do I have to rotate partners?
- What should I wear?
- What kind of shoes should I wear?
- Where can I get dance shoes?
- What if I miss a class?
- Should I take a private lesson?
How much does it cost?
It costs $100 for one 8-week series. Or, if you plan to take more than one series, check out our Memberships.
Do I need to bring a partner?
Absolutely not! We rotate partners so that everyone gets a chance to dance with everyone!
Do I have to rotate partners?
Definitely not! It is not required to rotate in group classes, but is highly recommended. It gives you the opportunity to dance with the instructors, and practice leading and following, instead of just doing the move. If you find yourself getting frustrated in a group class try rotating. You might just be surprised!
What should I wear?
Anything you are comfortable in. Everything from business casual to jeans and a t-shirt, and yes, even yoga pants.
What kind of shoes should I wear?
Dance shoes are always the best options but, if you are not quite sure if you have been officially converted into a dance addict yet, anything that will let you spin on a wood floor will work – even socks! (Super grippy tennis shoes are bad!)
Where can I get dance shoes?
You can order shoes from us! We are distributors for Supadance and Very Fine shoes.
What if I miss a class?
There are no refunds for classes missed and they do not carry over to the next session. We review the material from the previous classes each week, and our classes are progressive so you will still get all of the course material.
Should I take a private lesson?
Yes!!! Not because we want to sell you a bunch of lessons that you really don’t want or can’t afford, but because they make all the difference in the world!! Just ask other students. Privates are where everything comes together and frequently you can accomplish much more in a one hour private lesson than you can in months of group classes. Don’t take our word for it though. Ask our other students!