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Dance Lessons

From Beginner to Advanced

Our team of Professional Dance Instructors cover all of the traditional styes of Ballroom Dancing, including Foxtrot, Waltz, Rumba, Cha Cha, Swing and More!  Not sure where to start?  Check out the brief descriptions below to see where your interests may be!  You truly can't go wrong with any style!


Cha Cha, Bolero, Swing, Rumba & Mambo

These dances originate from the Africa and Cuba, and are characterized by active and expressive movement of the hips and lower body.  Though still aesthetically in line with the others, Swing is the only component of the American Rhythm set that originates in the United States.



Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz

This set of dances descend from the traditional standard dances from Europe, in which the dancers remain in constant contact throughout. However, in American Smooth, the dancers are allowed to separate and express their own creativity.


Cha Cha, Samba, Rumba, Paso Doble, Jive

Characterized by quick foot work and high energy, these dances also have origins in Africa, Central and South America.  International Latin is challenging, fun, sexy, and a great workout.

Latin Dance Couple


Waltz, Tango, Slow Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz, Quickstep

Often what comes to mind when thinking of traditional "Ballroom" dancing, this elegant style of dance dates back hundreds of years to Europe.  Unlike American Smooth, the dancers in this style must remain in the "closed" position - in constant contact all the time.


Salsa, Merengue, West Coast, Bachata, Argentine Tango

This is the typical lead and follow style of dance, and truly embodies it's name - “social.”  You’ll find this at occasions such as weddings, parties, bars, clubs, and anywhere there’s an open floor and music playing.

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Two Step, Night Club, Country Waltz, Triple Two, Polka, Cha Cha, West/East Coast Swing

Primarily danced to Country Music, this style of dance is social, competitive and energetic.  After all, we're in Nashville - might as well get your footwork in shape to hit the town.

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