Are conventional or franchised dance studios too expensive? Do they pepper you with endless phone calls? My services do no such thing. I cater to your goals and dreams of success. My rates are flexible and I customize your lesson plans to your goals and needs.
I have choreographed countless wedding dances, Father/Daughter dances, Mother/Son dances, etc. and every single time, I enjoy the gratitude, the enjoyment, and the happiness I get to spread to each and every student I have taught. I enjoy being a part of someone's special day by teaching them a dance that will make memories to last a lifetime. I have been dancing for over 20 years and I love teaching the art of dance.
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Typically, I have my new students fill out a brief questionnaire about their experience, goals, time commitment, and area of interest. Then I teach the basics and we go from there.
I have over 20 years of dance and competition experience and I was a Dance Major at James Madison University.
$25.00 for introductory lesson and $45.00 per lesson after that. Lessons typically last an hour. Introductory lesson is 30 minutes.
I started teaching dance at world renowned studios such as Arthur Murray Dance Studio and Fred Astaire Dance Studios.
I have worked with beginner, intermediate, and advanced students.
I advise to look for prices you can afford, positive reviews, and instructors who cater to your goals.
Such questions should be "are they in this for themselves or for me?"
"Is this person knowledgeable in this?"
"Can I rely on them to get me to improve?"