Ballroom, Latin and Swing Series

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No current series being offered! Call to schedule your private lessons and take advantage of our new student special

Call for more details – 336-930-5313 or message us!L

The Ballroom Series will focus on Waltz, Foxtrot & Tango.

The Latin Series will focus on Rumba, Cha Cha, Salsa or Bachata

The Swing Series will focus on East Coast Swing

Our method of teaching is simple and will walk you through the basics before moving on to more advanced moves! You won’t want to miss this!  Grab a friend, spouse or co-worker and join us!  You are not required to have a partner so if you come solo – no problem!!! See you on the dance floor!!


17 thoughts on “Ballroom, Latin and Swing Series”

      1. Hey Mary! We just posted about our first series which will start Jan 18th. We will kick off with a swing series. You can find tickets and more info on our Facebook page – Best of Ballroom Dance Studio! Let me know if you have any more questions.


  1. I know 2018 hasn’t started yet, but do you know when classes are scheduled for? I’m looking for something starting in March or September possibly.


    1. Hey Abby! We are starting a swing series in the middle of Jan and then going to start another series in March. So just check back if you still are looking. You can follow us on Instagram or Facebook to get more up to date info. We look forward to seeing you on the dance floor soon.


  2. Hi. My name is Angie Capel. I would like to be able to take dance lessons but unfortunately I do not have a partner. I want to learn many different dances and have fun along the way. Open to suggestions. Thank you. Angie Capel


  3. I realize dance – especially ballroom styles – comes with a long history and tradition, but have you worked much with same-sex couples, where a couple can learn the dances both in the traditional ways (for when dancing with others), but also in a way that the traditional male/female lead/follow roles are less rigidly defined?


    1. Hello Rick. Thank you for commenting and asking the question. We have worked with a variety of partnerships. When working with same- sex couples we would choose initially who is going to learn the lead and who is going to learn the follow part. That is the best way to start out so it will be clear and so both partners have a defined part. As you progress in your dancing and get more comfortable you could transition into what we call “liquid leading” where the lead and follow roles switch between partners seamlessly within a dance. Liquid leading is actually a really fun way to dance but can be confusing if learned to soon. Let me know if you have further questions.


  4. I am on the heavier side but I really want to dance, lose weight, and start competing in the next couple years. Do you have experience working with fluffy women?


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