Teaching lesson starts from understanding what is your student wants to approach, what abilities he/ she has and what is her/his experience in dancing. Knowing that I know from what dance is better to start and how to build future lessons. There is no person who can't dance, but from teacher depends how fast he can teach.
I have big experience in performing show numbers, competitions and choreographing dance shows.
I enjoy to see progress and how people react in it. To see happiness on their faces is the best!
I enjoy to work with couples and individuals. I can create a wedding dance and explain how it will be the best to start and finish.
Art was very intelligent and patient to me. He changed my mind set that ballroom dancing is very difficult. I was focused in ballroom and argentine tango so at the first lessons I learned a lot from him. He is a very good leader, he can lead you even if you have no clue what is going on. Very recommend!
First lesson is very important it lets you know what your student wants to approach. Does he/she has an experrience in any type of dance. From there we can build our lessons more effectively so we can avoid missunderstood in future, and approach his/her goals faster.
I have 21 years of experience in ballroom and latin dancing. I'm a professional dancer and teacher. I created a lot of wedding dances and show numbers. We competed with my students in many competitions which we won.
Styles of dancing I teach: Waltz, Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz, Tango, Samba, Mambo, Salsa, Merengue, Cha-Cha, Rumba, Swing, West coast swing, Hustle, Pasodoble, Argentine tango.
All ages males and females including couples.
If your teacher can show you 3-4 dances and you can do it with music than you have right teacher.
What he/she wants to approach, what type of dances, is it for fun or he/she wants to be a good social dancer.