If you had to answer “what keeps you from dancing socially?” what would you say? Is it fear of looking like a fool on the dance floor? Is it fear of meeting new people? Or specifically fear of having to talk to new people? Is it fear of hurting your back, knees, or some other injury? We understand that these fears can seem daunting and most people will cave to these fears and never try something new like social dancing. But what if you did it anyway? Overcoming fear is an important life skill that will teach you a lot about yourself and how to manage what life throws at you.
Need to blow off some steam? Go dancing! Dancing is a great way to reduce stress and relieve anxiety. When the stress and pressure of life are weighing down on you, move your body to a different beat for instant relief!
Arthur Murray Dance Now is the premier facility to learn how to dance. We help all skill levels face their fears on and off the dance floor through building confidence and developing new skills. As individuals go through our program they also learn how to set new goals and express themselves through dance.
When you’re first starting out in the world of dance, you might wonder which dances you should start learning first. Swing dancing always turns heads in a crowd and the Bachata is too hot to handle. While some dances can be bigger showstoppers than others, we think a great place to start dancing is to learn how to waltz.
Looking for a fun new hobby in your life? Hobbies encourage you to take a break from work and other responsibilities for a bit and offer you new challenges and experiences. Ballroom dancing is a great hobby to pick up because it allows you to meet new people, get a kick-butt workout, and it’s a lot of fun!
You went out of your comfort zone when you showed up to your very first dance lesson with us at Arthur Murray Dance Now. Your nerves were big but so was your anticipation and enthusiasm. And now you know that taking that big risk added up to big rewards.
We know that between work, family, social activities, and other obligations, it can be hard to find the time to devote yourself to a new hobby or passion like dance lessons. We get it! The good news is that whether you have only a few free hours a week or quite a bit of free time, we have classes that will fit anyone's schedule.
Does it feel like a chore to go to the gym day in and day out? Are you tired of doing the same old workout each week? Are you ready to ramp up your fitness but sick of staring at a row of dark and dingy treadmills?
When signing up for dance classes you may imagine a ballroom full of impeccably dressed men in full suits and shiny shoes and sparkling flowy-gowned women gracefully floating around the room. Although this may be a realistic picture of a ballroom competition or show case, this is not how we dancers always dress during dance class. So, to follow dance etiquette, we have a few simple suggestions to help you navigate how to dress for dance class.