Step N Out Studio

Step N Out Studio


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Hi! My name is J.Patrick Clements and I've been a ballroom dancer, international competitor and acclaimed dance educator for almost 25 years. I've been all over the world training myself and others in the benefits of dance and would love to meet you!

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Dancing changes people.  Through dancing, people gather tools to help them in almost every situation by cultivating their mind and body.

I"m in the business of enriching lives, one step at a time.

We know it takes courage to start a hobby like this, and congratulations for coming this far!  Call us and we can take you the rest of the way.

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Cincinnati, OH 45241
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

It's important to get to know whay type of dancer the new student sees him/herself as.  Do you see yourself as a Latin dancer or a Ballroom Dancer?

New students need fundamental patterns and concepts before learning teqniques and an appreciation for music.  Ballroom dancing is vast, so there are many things to discuss from History and etiquette, to posture and connection.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Students can start by taking an absolute beginner ballroom group class Friday nights at 7:30 at Studio-Z in Blue Ash, the first lesson is FREE!

It group environment is not your thing, or you are looking for more accelerated courses, Private Classes are bought typically in packages of 1,5 or 10 lessons at a time.  

We also host a ballroom club that offers multiple lvls of group classes for a monthly fee.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Taking students to Italy to compete in the international dance festival and winning top pro/am teacher.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

There are many dance studio's about that have a franchise system of "burn and turn" where you will pay entirely too much for a teacher that has literally never been trained as a dancer.  

These people are salesmen not dancers...

I encourage you to support the dancers, and find yourself a true coach and trainer with a vast history of producing successful students.

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?