Partner Up with a Private Dance Lesson!

March 27th, 2014 | Posted by Kathy Levyn

In our last blog post, we discussed how sometimes, our grooms-to-be can use a little convincing when it comes to taking professional dance lessons before the wedding. A lot of the time, this can come down to shyness and fear of performing in front of other couples. Luckily for those who suffer from shyness, Dancing for Life offers an option for private lessons. Check out some of the most prominent benefits of choosing to go this route over a group learning atmosphere:

Private Dance Lessons in San Fernando Valley CA | Dancing for Life

We all get caught up in the hustle and bustle of the forty-hour work week and forget what it’s like to have some time to ourselves to do the things we enjoy. Private dance lessons are more flexible than group lessons and allow you to schedule a time that works best for you. Whether it’s a week day, week night or weekend, we can make it work for you.

Our private lessons can also be held at our home studio or in the comfort of your own home. Whatever you prefer, we can accommodate. We understand that the last thing you might want to do after you get home from work is to head back out into traffic yet again, so let us come to you!

Private lessons also allow the instructor to spend one-on-one time with the client. You can choose the dancing style and the pace that is comfortable for you in order to effectively learn and improve your techniques. With individual attention, your instructor will be able to zero in on both your strengths and weaknesses so that customized choreography can be built around them.

Just because you are nervous about practicing in front of others doesn’t mean that you should deprive yourself of learning how to dance. So put on your dancing shoes and let’s get started! Schedule your first private lesson today and be on your way to full-blown dancing machine confidence!

Private lessons not for you? Not a problem! Dancing for Life also teaches group lessons for those who are interested. Stay tuned for next month’s blog post where we will highlight some of the major advantages of these larger classes!

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