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Ballroom Dance Is Just Like Golf, Here’s Why

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During your first ballroom lesson, your instructor will say it’s just like learning any new skill. And they’re correct. You’d be surprised at the similarities between learning a box and picking up a club. Take a look below. Ballroom Studio = Putting Green Everyone can dance, but only a brave few take lessons to polish this talent. The same goes …

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5 Tips To Supercharge Your New Dance Lessons

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Summer is a time of revival. People shed their winter coats, get spray tans, and hit the beach. It’s at this time that people also tend to try out new hobbies. Scrapbooking, singing, ukulele, why not dance? There are an endless number of benefits to taking dance lessons, which would take a whole separate blog post to list. Once you …

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The Perfect Summer Party Playlist

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Hosting a barbecue this summer and don’t know what to play? We got you! Sure you can throw together a bunch of popular summer ballads, and everyone will sing along to them, but can they dance to them? Probably not. Read on and learn how to create the perfect summer party playlist. Good Songs to Choose From There are two …

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Kids Dance Classes Now Available!

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Give Your Child A Hobby For Life! Expose your child to the wonders of ballroom by enrolling them in our brand-new kids dance classes! Summer has arrived, which makes this the perfect opportunity to keep your kids active and stimulated while away from school. Cheaper and closer than summer camp, ballroom lessons will teach your child skills they can carry …

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What To Know Before You Go Social Dancing

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You’ve always heard about it- social dancing. But what is it exactly? Dancing in a social environment? Acting social while you’re dancing? Engaging in social networking after dancing? Well, it’s all of those things really. Any situation in which you are dancing with or without a partner for pure fun and enjoyment can be considered social dancing. Read on to …