Dance Lessons

Step into the vibrant world of social dancing with our tailored Social Dance Lessons! Whether you’re looking to sway to the sultry rhythms of salsa, groove to the lively beats of swing, or glide gracefully in a classic waltz, we’ve got you covered. Our expert instructors will guide you through each move, ensuring you not only learn the steps but also the joy and connection that dancing brings. Perfect for beginners or those looking to refine their skills, our lessons are designed to boost your confidence and make you shine on any dance floor. Dive in and discover the magic of social dancing!

Cruise Ship Dancing

Many cruises offer themed dance nights or have onboard dance clubs where you can sway to the rhythm of the waves.

Wedding Guest Dancing

From slow dances to energetic group numbers, weddings provide a perfect opportunity to showcase your dance moves.

Nightclub Outings

Whether it’s salsa, swing, or contemporary beats, nightclubs are a great place to dance the night away.

Theme Parties

From roaring ’20s swing parties to Latin fiestas, themed parties often have dance as a central activity.

Corporate Events

Many corporate parties or retreats have a dance segment, especially if there’s a live band or DJ.

Holiday Balls

Events like New Year’s Eve balls or Valentine’s Day dances are classic occasions to dress up and dance in a more formal setting.


Dance Consideration

1. Dance Goals

Determine what you aim to achieve with your lessons. Are you looking to be proficient in one specific dance style, or do you want a general overview of several dances to be versatile in various social settings?

2. Comfort and Connection

Social dancing often involves dancing with different partners. It’s essential to learn not only the steps but also how to lead, follow, and establish a comfortable connection with various partners.

3. Venue and Occasion

Different social events might favor different dance styles. For instance, Latin clubs would emphasize salsa or bachata, while a vintage-themed party might focus on swing or foxtrot. Tailoring your lessons to where you’ll most likely be dancing can be beneficial.

3. Attire and Footwear

While social dancing might not require the formal attire of performance dancing, it’s still crucial to wear comfortable clothing and shoes that allow for smooth movement and don’t restrict any steps.

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At Arthur Murray, we’ve developed a fool-proof teaching method to help you achieve your goals and learn to dance the quickest way possible.

We’re so confident in the Arthur Murray approach that we offer new student’s first lesson FREE!