Just you, your instructor, and a customized plan to meet your dance goals
How do I start?
Every private lesson begins with stepping onto the dance floor to meet your instructor. They will work with you so that you can find a starting point based on your dance goals, skills, and physical abilities.
We believe that dancing grows you as a person, and teaches you how to work with others and become a better version of yourself. This doesn't always mean looking like a professional, but it usually means having a lot of fun!
To book an initial appointment with one of our instructors, visit our contact us page or call Lynda at (330) 883 1644.
Private vs Group Lessons
Private lessons can be taken in series to learn dances at your pace or can be taken here and there to clarify questions about techniques or patterns. They provide one on one time with an instructor who can assess your current level and needs. They can also help you modify patterns for your abilities.
Group classes provide a fast and fun learning environment where you will be dancing with everyone in the room. They vary in size, that could be anywhere from 2 other partners to 10! That makes it exciting and rewarding when you know that your pattern will come out well no matter who you are dancing with!
Each kind of instruction helps students sharpen different abilities and reach different kinds of goals. If you are having trouble deciding, stop in during our class times to catch a peek at what we do and talk to an instructor about which path would be right for you.
Can I bring my partner?
Yes! When you purchase a private lesson you are paying for the time of the instructor. Each lesson is 45 minutes long, and that instructor will use that time to push you towards the goals you set together!
How much do lessons cost?
Lessons are $65 for 45 minutes payable in cash or check.
Checks payable to "Ballroom A Time to Dance, LLC"
What should I wear?
Wear something comfortable that you can move in (leave your leather pants at home!) Ladies, skirts or trousers tend to move more comfortably than skinny jeans. Gentlemen, trousers or denim that is not tight is appropriate. Mobility is a must.
Concerning shoes, if you do not have dance shoes please wear comfortable flat shoes. If it is rainy or snowy please bring your flats along and wear appropriate footwear so that you do not track water or ice onto the dance floor.
Dance shoes may also be purchased at the studio.