(Closed) Dance Classes in Orange County, CA??

posted 10 years ago in Orange County, California
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2007

The numbers of lessons needed will be different for each couple.  There are a lot of factors: talent and rhythm are two of the biggest ones.  Next would be what your dance goal is: just learning a few steps so you can move around the floor or something choreographed.  Choreographed dances generally require more lessons.

Most versions of "When I’m 64" is a foxtrot (great pick!).  I think most dance studios offer a deeply discounted intro package.  Try out a lesson as soon as possible to gauge how many lessons you need to accomplish what you want.  If you find that you are not fox trot naturals but are determined to learn it for the first dance, you’ve got 53 more days to take lessons.  If you rule the dance floor, then at least you’ve got plenty of time to finesse the details and not stress last minute.   

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

Ballroom is Back in Costa Mesa, CA has incredibly reasonable rates for private lessons. We’ve only had two lessons and we’ve already learned quite a bit. <span class=”adr”><span class=”street-address”>2980 <span class=”value”>Mcclintock Way # C, <span class=”locality”>Costa Mesa, <span class=”region”>CA and http://www.ballroomisback.com

Post # 5
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68 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2008

Ballroom is Back in Costa Mesa, CA has incredibly reasonable rates for private lessons. We’ve only had two lessons and we’ve already learned quite a bit. <span class=”adr”><span class=”street-address”>2980 <span class=”value”>Mcclintock Way # C, <span class=”locality”>Costa Mesa, <span class=”region”>CA and http://www.ballroomisback.com

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