DO I NEED EXPERIENCE?
We welcome all experience levels and will match you with the best instructor. Worried you have two left feet? Our teachers will guide you through your first steps in a relaxing and fun environment. Been dancing for years? Push yourself to the next level with our knowledgeable and accredited staff.
DO I HAVE TO BRING A PARTNER?
It's up to you! We can accommodate couples who want to start classes together, but you don't need a partner to begin learning. Individual students are encouraged to schedule an intro lesson and will be paired with instructors and other students as partners in classes.
WHAT DO I WEAR?
Wear something you are comfortable in that provides freedom of movement. Men are encouraged to wear pants instead of shorts. Don't have dance shoes for your first lesson? No problem. Bring an extra pair of comfortable shoes with smooth soles to change into in our lobby. Our staff will walk you through how to find and buy dance shoes when the time comes.
WILL LESSONS WORK WITH MY SCHEDULE?
We understand your busy schedule and are here to accommodate! Private lessons are available Monday-Saturday including weeknights until 10PM. Group classes are held on weeknights at 7 or 8PM.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF DANCING?
Ballroom dancing not only tones and strengthens your muscles & cardiovascular system, but it can help reduce stress and lower your chances of Dementia! Have fun, be silly and become a part of our "Pavilion Family". Check out our video below to see how dance has improved the life of one of our students!
The best way to answer your questions is to get out on the floor and take your first steps. For just $29.99 you'll enjoy a 30-minute private lesson with one of our experienced instructors. Click or Call to Get Started Now!
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"Once you walk in to the Pavilion, you will sense a very warm atmosphere and you know that you are welcome! They have extremely friendly, talented, and professional teachers and staff. Everyone is easy going and fun to be with and dance with." Ken Chan