Getting started is easy. The first step is to schedule an introductory lesson. During that lesson, your instructor will determine your current level and recommend an appropriate course for you to continue. To set up your introductory lesson now, take advantage of our new student offer.
Learning to dance for a wedding is a special gift that you and your spouse-to-be can give to each other. A couple who feels confident and poised when they dance together will ensure that their very first dance together as wife and husband will be a memory they will cherish forever.
A Dance to Last a Lifetime…
Arthur Murray Method of Teaching
The Arthur Murray Franchised Dance Studios have found that students learn most quickly and effectively through the three-way system of instruction, (private, group and practice sessions).
Private instruction is vital to learning quickly and easily.
During your one-on-one private lessons, you will receive personalized instruction that will help you achieve your goals in dancing. Your instructor will spend the time necessary on technique, styling, and general dance improvement. An up-to-date record of everything you have learned will also be kept as part of your instruction. At no time are you at the mercy of another student’s ability to learn or the dances they enjoy. You learn with your instructor at YOUR pace, and you will master the dances YOU wish to learn!
Class instruction supplements private lessons and utilizes other teachers and students to enhance and speed up the learning process.
Group Lessons are an important addition to your private instruction. They give you the opportunity to dance with a variety of partners, develop good dance habits, and meet other students in the studio. In group classes we emphasize leading, following, and variation of patterns. Dancing the same pattern with different partners, will help you to commit it to memory.
We hold scheduled dance parties (practice sessions) for all our students. These practice parties are held on a weekly basis.
You will have fun dancing with the instructors and students in a relaxed and comfortable environment. This gives you the opportunity to practice and try out all the new dance skills that you’ve learned in your Private and Group Lessons.
“The hardest step you’ll ever learn is the first one
through our door.” – Kathryn Murray
New student offer
$25 Private Lesson and Consultation.
Social Dancing is a non-competitive form of Ballroom Dancing.
Built on the premise of being able to socialize while dancing with someone, social dancers utilize all forms of partner dancing for practical use instead of performance.