You don’t have to have special shoes to enjoy ballroom dancing, but it is important that the shoes you wear allow you to turn easily on a finished wooden floor. Suede soles are the best, though leather or hard rubber soles will work well, too. Try to avoid soft rubber, sneaker-type soles, which will “stick” to the floor and make it hard for you to turn!
Most people who intend to dance on a fairly regular basis find that a good pair of specially designed dance shoes are well worth the nominal investment. We’ll be glad to help you find the pair that is right for you.
For weddings, wee are confident that we can have you dancing comfortably at your reception after about 6 private lessons.
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Viennese Waltz: If You Love Her by Forest Blakk
Quickstep: It Might as Well Rain Until September by Tony Evans & his Orchestra
Country Two-Step: A Good Run of Bad Luck by Clint Black
Nightclub Two-Step: Almost Paradise by Mike Reno
Bachata: Te Amo by Alex Don
Check back on 2/28/22 for 5 more songs!