Please contact us if you would like to start a group class (big or small) at our studio or your home or facility. We can also recommend some group classes at studios and clubs all over San Diego. Call us for recommendations.
It varies based on how fast you learn, the difficulty of the dance, and how much you practice. We can answer this question more accurately at the end of our first lesson.
Yes. We believe everyone deserves the chance to dance, so we work with your budget and can do a payment plan. Talk to us about your situation; we may be able to offer a sliding scale on a case by case basis. Save 10% for students, seniors, or military.
We accept cash, check, PayPal, and Venmo. We do not accept credit cards.
Wear supportive shoes with a smooth sole. Leather soles are best, but worn out rubber works. New tennis shoes, shoes with new rubber soles that grip, stiff stilettos, and flip flops are not recommended. Boots are OK if they are comfortable. For a great selection of dance shoes, visit Carmen's Dance Shoes.
Most wedding couples pay between $320-$590. It depends on how much you practice, the complexity of your dance, and your abilities.
We teach in Kearny Mesa on weekday mornings, Thursday evenings, and Sundays. We teach in North Park on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings.
The Kearny Mesa studio which has 3 rooms is shared space, but we schedule lessons during slower times to ensure privacy. The North Park studio which has 2 rooms is private, but availability is limited.
Yes we offer in-home dance lessons for couples and groups if feasible with both of our schedules. Due to safety concerns, we are not able to offer in-home lessons for individual male students.
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.