Simply Ballroom offers private and group ballroom dance classes for all skill levels and styles. We believe that the best way to become a well-rounded dancer ready for the excitement and elegance of social ballroom dancing is a combination of both private and group dance lessons.
For those wanting to take their dancing skills to the highest level, private lessons offer one-on-one sessions tailored to your individual skill. Because of the individualized attention, private dance lessons are a great way to hone proper techniques for the dance style of your choice. Instead of sharing an instructor with a group, they remain focused on you to provide immediate feedback and answer questions.
Private Dance Lessons: Couples
Private lessons are the same price for singles or couples. If you have a partner, great! If not, your instructor will be happy to be your partner.
Semi-Private Dance Lessons: Groups
Perhaps you and some friends have always wanted to learn how to dance. Or maybe your wedding party and parents want to be be dance-floor ready for the wedding reception. Groups that prefer to learn together often opt for semi-private lessons, which give you the privacy of a private lesson for your individual group.
These sessions consist of one or more of our Instructors teaching a group of one or more dancers. Like our group classes, semi-private lessons focus on the style of dance the group chooses and progress at the average skill of the group. Classes cover fundamental lead and follow techniques and can range from basic to advanced depending on the class.
Private Dance Lessons: Competition
Whether you want to try it out or are in it to win it, competition dancing is a great way to challenge yourself, meet people, travel and delve deeper into a hobby you enjoy. Learn more about competition dancing at Simply Ballroom.
competitive & social ballroom, Tango, Salsa, Salsa Rueda, Bachata, Merengue, Cumbia, Cha-Cha, Folkloric, swing, belly dancing
Tango is a partner dance originating from the 1800s with influences of African, Native American and European cultures. While there are many variations, the popular dance style is characterized by sensual or emotional movement set to the distinctive style of music that bears its name.
With Caribbean and Puerto Rican origins, Salsa is a ballroom dance set to the lively style of music for which it is named. It is a lead and follow partner dance with many recognized variations. It has taken on a modern flair, fusing old and new styles alike.
Ballroom dance is a set of partner dances that encompass a number of older, folk dances such as the waltz, tango, rumba and cha-cha along with newer styles such as the foxtrot and quickstep. While formal, these dances can be enjoyed socially or competitively.
Swing dance is a group of dances that emerged with a particular style of jazz music in the 1920s–1940s. It is a high-energy style of dance distinguished by lots of bounce, spins and turns.
The Cha-Cha is a fast-paced, Latin ballroom dance similar to the mambo. it follows the quick, three-step rhythm and is danced to the music of the same named introduced by a Cuban composer in the 1950s.