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Wed: 5pm – 10pm
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Fri: 9am – 12pm
Sat: 9am – 12pm
Sun: 9am – 12pm
Here we are; our FAQ about dance. At Arlin’s Dance Spot we want everyone to be included. Here are some of the questions that we frequently get asked regarding our classes.
Can I come in and try out a class?
Absolutely! All new Students can try any class that we offer. We have a trial fee of $20 to try an hour class or $15 for a half hour class. If you decide to register for the class, we will apply the trial fee to your first monthly membership.
Do I belong in a beginning, intermediate or advanced class?
Good question! Each dancer, each dance studio is different. The best way for us to place dancers in the appropriate classes is for you to take a class. The teacher will evaluate the student and recommend placement. Since it’s both frustrating and can lead to injury to dance at a technical level you’re not prepared for, it’s important for you and the rest of the class that every dancer to be placed at the appropriate level.
Do I need a partner?
You don’t need a partner or any experience! One of our experienced teachers will lead you every step of the way. Additionally, you can partner up with one of your fellow students at our group classes and practice parties.
What should I wear for class?
Dancing is about movement and enjoyment. We recommend wearing comfortable clothing that allows you to be flexible and relaxed.
You can wear anything you want for your first lesson. Afterwards, we will recommend something based on the style and direction you choose.
Please avoid stilettos or shoes with sharp heels as those are not comfortable to dance in, and they may damage our floor.
Do I need Dance shoes?
Dance shoes are recommended but not required. However, in order to be able to move comfortably across the floor, we advise that you do not wear rubber-soled shoes.
Sharp heels or shoes with metal bottoms are strongly discouraged because they can damage the floor or cause injury.
What are the differences between group classes, private lessons and parties?
Group classes are perfect to learn fundamental elements, patterns, rhythms, and moves. We also offer supplemental group fitness and condition classes.
Private lessons are completely customized to your needs, pace, ability, and schedule. Since we make a personalized program for each student, this is the most thorough learning process and guarantees fastest results.
Our social parties are ideal settings to practice your newfound skills. We have an amazing community of teachers and students that support each other and grow together.
Do you allow students to drop in to classes?
We offer drop in classes for all of our classes or specialty programs. You can pay per class or purchase an anytime class package for 5, 10, or 20 classes.