Louise Lamar Dance Studio

Louise Lamar Dance Studio

5.0 (2)
4 hires on Lessons.com
3 employees
38 years in business

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Louise Lamar Dance Studio offers ballroom dance lessons taught by professionally trained instructors at affordable prices. Louise Lamar (owner) is nationally renowned and is licensed, accredited, and adjudicated.

The best quality instruction for a price that can't be beat!

We offer the following dances in introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels:




Viennese Waltz

Argentine Tango

East Coast Swing










Lamar Nite Club (Slow Dance)

I learned that I had a pain for ballroom dancing at a social level long before I decided to make a career out of it, and that passion extends to helping others discover and develop their own pain for dancing. There are few things that I find more satisfying than turning someone on to dancing in general, or on to a dance they previously thought they'd never enjoy.

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  • Marie Miranda

    Charles takes the time to explain how Tango works and goes through the steps multiple times before practicing, to make sure you're comfortable. I highly recommend him as a teacher if you're interested in learning any form of dance.

  • Susan Myers

    I love the instructors. I've been working closely with Chuck Myers and love dancing with him more than anyone else I've ever danced with. He has a clear, strong lead and a real understanding of the mechanics of social dancing. He can get me to do steps I didn't even know I could do. He has a great deal of knowledge and experience in most of the more recognized types of social dancing, such as Latin, Smooth, Swing, and more. He's very patient and good at recognizing weak areas in a dancer and coming up with ways to correct things that are challenging for them. I also love the owner of the studio, Louise Lamar. She is probably one of the most knowledgeable people in the area when it comes to social dance and has a sweet, encouraging attitude that helps her students to be the best dancers they can possibly be. The actual physical studio is also wonderful for dancing. There is a HUGE ballroom with a real wooden floor that is a pleasure to dance on. There is plenty of room for practicing progressive dances, like waltz. Overall, all I can say is I LOVE THIS STUDIO!


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

A new student can book private lessons, join us at the studio for a Friday Night Practice Party, or start with a discounted Intro Package to find out what dances they enjoy!

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Louise Lamar (owner) is nationally renowned as a ballroom dancer and ballroom dance instructor, and is licensed, accredited, and adjudicated. Between Louise Lamar (advanced instructor), Dave Potteiger (intermediate instructor), and Chuck Myers (introductory instructor), Louise Lamar Dance Studio sports ~100 years of combined experience dancing and teaching.

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

Private Lessons vary depending on Instructor and whether a lesson is booked at the studio or an instructor travels to another location to teach.

The studio's discounted Intro Package consists of 3 private lessons for $99: These lessons are generally used to learn the basics of all the offered dances so new students can determined which dances interest them.

The studio also offers weekly practice parties on Friday nights which only cost $10/person.

How did you get started teaching?

Louise Lamar has danced since she was a child, and has been teaching for nearly as long.

What types of students have you worked with?

Louise Lamar Dance Studio works with virtually anyone and everyone looking for learn Ballroom Dancing: all ages; all experience levels; for weddings; for competitions; for social dancing.

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

Many people claim to be ballroom dance instructors, but often have no professional training. Look for signs of professional experience; certifications and certificates of recognition, trophies from competitions, etc.

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

What are you looking to learn to dance for? Do you just want to be able to dance socially when you go out? Do you want to be ready for an upcoming wedding or other function? Are you interested in going to competitions? Are you just looking to get some exercise, relieve stress, or learn a new skill? Just looking for a nice date night?

All these considerations help us teach you.