Learn a basic ballroom-style dance sequence in just 4 weeks, without pressure or up-sells
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Four-Week Self-contained Dance Class for Two People
Four-Week Self-contained Dance Class for One Person
We'll have you dancing in just four short weeks, using a sequence of steps that has been carefully crafted to make it easy to learn, yet "showy" enough to impress your friends! Be prepared for that next wedding or cruise! And we won't ask you to swap partners - you arrive together, you dance together. Come see how easy learning to dance can be!
• Classes are held on Thursday nights in Roseville, starting 4/28/2022.
• Lessons are cumulative, so we can't allow drop-ins. Classes start every 5 weeks. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (916) 467-9270 for start times and dates.
To learn more, visit us at www.quickstartdance.com.
We teach in a large, airy hall (4500 sq ft with very high ceilings), so there’s plenty of room to social distance while dancing. We never ask dancers to swap partners, so your only exposure will come from your partner (if you have one). Both instructors are vaccinated and boosted, and keep masks handy. Say the word and we’ll be happy to put on the mask if we need to speak with you directly.
All in all, it’s a very Covid-safe way to enjoy a date night with your honey or just enjoy the magic of dance!
About QuickStart Dance
QuickStart Dance is the brainchild of Paul and Jean Zimmer. Having learned to dance despite of, rather than because of, traditional Ballroom Dance teaching techniques, they have pulled together everything they've learned over the years about how to make learning to dance easy and fun into a single program, such as:
• Keep It Simple to Start - Don't throw a lot of complicated terminology and techniques at beginners. Start simple and improve incrementally.
• Focus on building muscle memory. Don't move on as soon as the last couple does it correctly once. Find creative ways to let the dancers build reps.
• Rhythm is a learned skill, not a rare talent (ever seen a toddler dance?). Anyone can learn it, but it takes patience and practice.
• The students need to focus on "the beat and the feet" during class, not remembering the sequence, so "cue" them through the steps.
• Don't separate couples! If you teach a memorizable sequence, they don't need to master the intricacies of leading and following. Couples come to dance lessons to dance with each other, not strangers!
• Dancing is supposed to be fun! We're focused on recreational dancers, not competitions, so we strive to create a fun, relaxed atmosphere.
Paul and Jean are retired, love dancing, and are eager to show you how easy learning to dance can be. They don't own a studio. They don’t teach private lessons. They don’t sell long-term contracts. They just want to share their love of ballroom-style dancing with YOU!