We understand that individuals will often start learning to dance with a variety of motivations. Whether you aspire to master a specific dance style or seek a sense of belonging within a vibrant community, at Move With Me Dance Studio, we embrace these diverse intentions. To ensure that your time at our studio aligns perfectly with your personal goals and desires, we present our three distinct teaching methods, designed to cater to your specific needs:
1. Group Classes
Ideal for those seeking a taste of dancing without a long-term commitment.
Duration: 60 minute single sessions covering 2 dance styles.
Structure: Focus on 2 dances, 1 x Smooth dance & 1 x Rhythm dance.
Group Size: 25 - 30 people.
Instruction: Single instructor providing generalised dance tuition.
Social Interaction: Provides opportunity to interact with fellow participants but may not be as extensive as in short courses.
Costs: Cheaper option, pay as you go commitment.
2. Short Courses
Suitable for beginners and those looking for structured & focused tuition in a social setting.
Duration: 6 - 8 weekly 60 minute single sessions covering 1 dance styles
Structure: 1 dance style with a set routine.
Group Size: 10 - 12 people.
Instruction: Single instructor providing indepth but shared dance tuition.
Social Interaction: Provides opportunity to interact with fellow participants but may not be as extensive as in private lessons.
Costs: Mid option, similar pricing to Group Classes but still cheaper than Private Lessons.
3. Private Lessons
Ideal for individuals who want personalized instruction in a more focused environment.
Duration: Typically a one-on-one session lasting around 60 minutes to an hour.
Structure: Customized to your individual goals and needs, whether you want to focus on a specific dance style, improve technique, or prepare for a special event.
Group Size: Involves only you and the instructor, offering personalised attention.
Instruction: You receive dedicated, personalized guidance and feedback from the instructor.
Social Interaction: Limited to interactions with the instructor, making it less social compared to group settings.
Costs: More expensive than group classes or short courses because you have the instructor's full attention.