Yes! Students, seniors, and military save 10%. I also offer a payment plan or sliding scale on a case by case basis for those who need it. Everyone deserves the chance to dance! I accept cash, check, PayPal, Venmo, and credit cards.
Most wedding couples spend between $260-$500. It depends on how much you practice, the complexity of your dance, and your abilities.
It varies based on your abilities, how fast you learn, the difficulty of the dance, and how much you practice. I can more accurately assess your abilities at the end of your first lesson, though I've had success with 5 or 6 lessons as a starting point and then adding on if necessary.
I am both a dance instructor and a DJ and would be thrilled to chat with you about your upcoming event. Contact me directly at (619) 861-6260 or email me at: email@example.com to check availability. Check out my DJ website for more information.
Wear comfortable clothes. Wear supportive shoes with a smooth sole. Leather soles are best, but worn out rubber works too. Shoes with new rubber soles that grip, stiff stilettos, and flip flops are not recommended. Leather bottom boots are fine.
The location varies depending on the day and time. Let me know your preference and I'll do my best to accommodate you.
The industry standard these days is 45 minutes, however many students prefer a full hour. The choice is yours. You can always start with 45 minutes and upgrade to an hour for an additional $10 fee if time permits.
Yes. I always teach in a private space. That is how I was trained and that is what I prefer.
I usually teach private dance lessons with one or two students, but if you would like to create a small semi-private group class with friends or relatives, I'd be happy to teach your group. If you're looking for a large group dance class, I can refer you to some good ones.