Dance classes are fun and useful for many reasons, and for anyone. You can find classes in almost any sort of dance, and in addition to learning, you can make friends. Private lessons have their benefits, too, and some people prefer them. If you cannot choose between the two, there is no reason why you should have to do so. In fact, combining group classes with private lessons could give you double the benefits.
Private lessons mean more time for you.
Teachers do their best to accommodate all of their students during classes. The great ones know how to present lessons in ways that work for different learners. Even so, everyone could use more one-on-one time with their dance teacher. Private lessons are the best way to do that. You don’t have to give up the group class if you enjoy it; just add a few private lessons and ask your teacher to spend more time with you on the things you learned in the class.
You can refine what you’ve already learned.
You can also use the time to practice what you learned in class. That way, you can focus on learning what’s new in your next group class. Or, if things go well, you can sign up for more advanced classes, faster.
You can learn something specific while learning other dances.
During private lessons, you can certainly tackle something new, something besides what you learned in your classes. You can create almost any combination of learning you want. Take Ballroom classes and private lessons for Western dances. Take Salsa classes and private Tango lessons. Or, take any classes you like while learning something special for an event.
Whether you want to take group classes and be social, or take private dance lessons, or do both, we offer it all at Dance Passion Studio.