So you want to learn to partner dance but you don’t have a partner? No problems! It’s very common for people to ask us if they are still able to join when they are ‘solo’. Our answer:
Although we teach partner dancingto dance at QuickSteps and some other studios will be the same. In fact we have many students that come into dance solo and they learn very quickly because of it. There are many benefits to learning on your own. We generally encourage couples to occasionally have lessons solo as well because the benefits of that one on one tuition are so great. You are free to go over things as many times as you need to and you can ask any questions you have at any time.
You learn what you want at your pace and have the teachers 100% undivided attention.
What happens in a one-on-one private lesson?
During your private lesson you are dancing with your teacher. This is 45 minutes of your teacher’s undivided attention. We find that members that come and dance by themselves learn very fast and see their dancing improve in leaps and bounds!
During group classes you spend time dancing on your own to learn the step (all members do both: couples and singles).
Remember, dancing is also a great way to meet new, like minded people.
What if there are uneven numbers in the group class?
It’s true, there will not always be 100% even numbers of the opposite sex in each class although at Quicksteps we are pretty lucky and it is usually very close particularly in our Beginner levels. 🙂
Our teachers have multiple ways they can teach an uneven class so that everyone still gets great tuition and has fun.