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Whether you just want to learn a few things for going out clubbing, wedding choreography, or even taking up dancing as a hobby, after learning to dance, your life will never be the same! Though the best way to get all of your questions and concerns answered, is to just call or e-mail. Here are some of the most common question we get.


How do I get started?

Getting started is easy. The first step is to schedule a free introductory lesson with one of our trained instructors. During that lesson, your instructor will determine your current level and recommend an appropriate course for you to continue.

To set up your free introductory lesson now, call us at 210 - 75.25.100. or  210 - 75.25.101


Can I really learn to dance?

Yes. Dancing is as easy as walking once you are taught how by Fred's experts. We teach simple, basic elements, from which the steps are derived. Hundreds of people have been successfully trained at Fred's . There is no age limit. Our oldest students are over 60, the youngest are usually in their early teens.


How long will it take?

The length of your course will depend on how many dances you want to learn and how proficient you wish to become in each dance. However, you will be able to dance after your first lesson.


How much do lessons cost?

Tuition varies, depending on a number of factors e.g. how good you want to be, what dances you want to learn, how quick or slow you are at learning, and your dance time table schedule. Remember " YOUR  FIRST   LESSON  IS  FREE." After that lesson, your instructor will recommend a program and will be able to answer any of your questions, so you will have the knowledge to make an informed choice.


What's the advantage of private lessons? Or group classes?

That depends upon your goals and your time frame. If you need wedding choreography, then privates are the only way to go. With private lessons you will learn at your pace and get the advanced techniques sooner, since your teacher can take you from the point you are at each lesson. Group lessons serve as a great way to polish up steps you have learned in your private lessons, and also give you a good introduction to dance styles you haven't tried yet. Most of our students use private lessons to work on the more technical aspects of the dancing that will make them quality dancers, and then use group classes and practice sessions to supplement the things learned on the privates. You should try both.


Will I learn the latest steps?

You can learn the very latest steps in any social dance, Salsa, Swing, Hustle, Samba, Merenque, Foxtrot, Rumba, Cha Cha, mambo, Waltz, Tango and others.


After I learn to dance, will I have to return to learn the newest steps?

After getting a good foundation, you will be able to analyze the new steps and pick them up yourself without difficulty. However, many students return or continue because they enjoy their lessons and the dancing friends they've acquired.


When can I take lessons?

You can take lessons any time you wish. Our studio is open Monday to Saturday 11am - 11pm



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