The short answer is no! We find that many people are surprised to learn that you do not need to bring a close friend or significant other to your dance lessons. A good number of our students come on their own because they want to learn new skills and gain greater confidence; plus, there are a few benefits to taking solo lessons!
Social dance is increasingly popular these days, and any practitioner will readily explain why. It affords us fun, conviviality, creative expression, and the world's best excuse to exercise. But with any physical activity comes the unfortunate potential for injury. Obviously, no one wants to have to sit out the next dance
The world of ballroom dancing is challenging and demanding; not only because of the countless hours of practice required for perfection, but also because of the trust that must develop between successful partners. Whether you are leading or following, pushing or pulling, you know that ballroom dance is not just about the movement of the individual, but the precise and complementary movement of the couple.