Find a dance class in Camden, NJ

Find dance classes in Camden, NJ

Find dance classes in Camden, NJ

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Top 10 dance lessons in Camden, NJ

Students agree: these Camden dance classes are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Duo Light Work

Duo Light Work

Offers online services
4+ years in business
Serves Camden, NJ
Ricardo M. says, "Making a new friend." Read more
Concierge Ballroom LLC

Concierge Ballroom LLC

7+ years in business
Serves Camden, NJ
Daniel S. says, "I've learned from over a dozen dance teachers. It's really hard to find a good one. Some can dance but not teach. Others can teach but not really dance. Some can speak at length on theory without ever helping you connect it to whatever you need to do to dance well. Some make you feel like crap for every mistake. Some avoid the constructive feedback you need to improve. A good dance instructor knows how to provide constructive feedback and still be encouraging. A great dance instructor won't just teach you moves. They'll teach you how to do moves well, and they'll skillfully balance challenge with fun. A great instructor knows how to adapt instruction to the student's individual needs and goals. Colleen and Tommy are exceptional. Not only the best dancers I've known, they have a unique gift for expressing complicated ideas simply. They know how to structure information so that students progress quickly and continuously. They diagnose mistakes precisely and immediately, which is remarkable in itself. Most teachers have to spend twenty to thirty minutes figuring out what I'm doing wrong when I make a subtle mistake that has a domino effect as it throws my whole body out of alignment (like placing my foot a few inches too far in the wrong direction), but Colleen and Tommy have a sophisticated understanding of body mechanics that allows them to save time and energy (theirs and mine) in those situations. While even most good teachers stop at telling you how to move well, Colleen and Tommy place special emphasis on teaching their students to think analytically about the mechanical purpose of every aspect of technique, which facilitates acquisition and retention of new skills and fast decision-making on a crowded floor. They also charge half as much as studios with larger staff, and they host dance parties every week on the largest floor in the city. They've cultivated a welcoming community. Colleen and Tommy are brilliant, beautiful, caring people, passionate about dance and excellent at everything they do. You will not find better." Read more
The 1 Juice

The 1 Juice

New on Lessons
9+ years in business
Serves Camden, NJ
I am a professional dance instructor of 20+ years. My personality and optimistic of you that you can achieve anything you put your mind to is what makes me so excellent at teaching! I’m patient caring and naturally funny. I have grown up in the professional dance community/industry. I bring this level of experience to each lesson.

Your Dance Lessons questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much are dance classes?

Kids group dance lessons cost $60 to $200 per month, or $40 per week on average. Private dance lessons for adults cost $50 to $85 per hour, depending on the location, dance type, number of lessons, and session length.

Wedding dance lessons cost $50 to $150 per hour or $500 to $2,500 for a package of 10 to 20 classes.

What should I wear to a dance class?

Most dance classes are casual and focus more on comfort and form than style. What you wear to a dance class depends on the dance type:

  • Ballet and jazz require form-fitting clothes so your form and posture is visible.
  • Wear loose, comfortable clothes and shoes to contemporary or street classes.
  • Wear fitness or leisure clothes and tap shoes to tap dance lessons.
  • Wear casual clothes, smooth-soled shoes, or dresses to ballroom, tango, or salsa classes.

Are private dance lessons worth it?

Private dance lessons are an excellent way to gain new skills in a low-stakes environment, but they may not be for everybody. Private lessons are worth it if you:

  • Value privacy
  • Want to make progress quickly
  • Feel more comfortable one-on-one instead of in groups
  • Want direct feedback on technique
  • Need a class that conforms to your schedule

How long are dance classes?

Most dance classes last 30 to 90 minutes and meet 1 to 5 times per week, depending on the dance type and age range. Dance classes for children tend to meet more often for shorter sessions because children tend to benefit more from frequent, consistent lessons. Casual adult lessons tend to meet fewer times per week but are usually longer.

How do I choose a dance teacher?

Start by browsing our dance instructors, then:

  • Get three or more free estimates to compare.
  • Examine reviews on Lessons and Google.
  • Choose an experienced, reputable instructor.
  • Get a written estimate and timetable before the first lesson.
  • Follow a payment schedule instead of making a large payment up front.

After asking questions and verifying credentials, hire the best dance teacher in your area.

What questions should I ask dance instructors?

When looking for local dance companies, consider asking the following questions:

  • How long have you been in business?
  • Can you give me an estimate in writing?
  • Do you teach private lessons or group lessons only?
  • What dances do you specialize in?
  • What ages are you used to teaching?
  • Are your lessons entry-level or intermediate?

Reviews for Camden dance lessons

Recent success stories from people in the Camden area.
Lindsay J.
Tabitha’s response time was very fast. She went the extra mile to find special instructions for exactly what I was looking for. The environment in which I received services was therapeutic and relaxing.
Duo Light Work
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