Offering instruction is very much like a dance in itself; there must be a flow, a mutual connection, and the instructor must be adaptable to thousands of variables to expertly accommodate a wide variety of students and dance styles. Sure, Ballroom dance may look the same to the untrained eye, but we’ll empower you to embrace the dance and make it your own.
When we hear that one of our students aspires to compete, we become overly excited and encouraging to that student and help them fulfill their dream!
While its origins are believed to be in the 1500’s, it wasn’t until the 17th century that rules and structures were formulated to accommodate teaching the dance widely.
Louis XIV created ‘five positions’ for the feet in his writings, Académie Royale de Musique et de Danse.
That is because dance styles –including ballroom dance - are forms of artistic expression. Many of our students find an abundance of stress relief, fueled hopes, sparked dreams, and a passionate connection to life that they never had before.
Dance is much like meditation; once you release yourself to the dance, you’re essentially giving up everything that held you back both mentally and emotionally.
She answered a newspaper advertisement for studio instructor trainees.