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Ballroom and Latin Dances for age 6-18
MON 6:00-7:30 (10-16 y.o.) intermediate
TUE 6:00-7:30 (7-10 y.o.) intermediate and beginners
WED 4:30-6:00 (8-16 y.o) competitive
THU 6:00-7:00 (6-8 y.o.) beginners
Ballroom dances represent a unique blend of art and sport. This class’ fun, competitive spirit gives young performers energy, keeps them engaged, and boosts self-confidence.
Ballroom dances are different from other dance styles, since they are also a competitive sport. Children that take ballroom dances can not only perform on stage, but also participate in dance competitions.
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Ballroom dances include two styles:
Standard International style includes Slow waltz, Viennese waltz, Tango, Quickstep, Foxtrot.
Latin International style includes Samba, Cha-cha-cha, Rumba, Jive, Pasodoble.
Ballroom dance is, of course, a partner dance. So it would be best to have a dance partner. However, it’s still possible to train without a partner. Girls who dance solo, just like couples, can participate in on-stage performances and competitions.
Full Class Schedule with detailed pricing is available here.
Enrollment is done for the whole school year, which usually starts on September 1 and ends in the first week of June. For mid-year (late) registrations, missed classes are carried over to the last term of the school year. Tuitions are paid in three installments due on September 1 or the date of initial registration, December 1 and March 1.
To register for the class, request a free trial or ask any questions please fill the Class Registration Form on this page or simply send us an email at email@example.com.
Professional Dancer, Instructor and Teacher
Natalia Filatov is a professional dancer and teacher, as well as silver medalist of the WDC World Open Championship (France).
Natalia offers dance and fitness instruction to group classes and private lessons to women and children. Natalia has an elementary teacher’s degree, which may be one of the reasons why she works so well with kids as young as 3.
Dress Code for Girls
Bodysuit with skirt or T-shirt with leggings, socks, low-heel dance shoes, jazz shoes or ballet slippers.
Dress Code for Boys
T-shirt, sweat pants, socks, dance shoes or jazz shoes.