For most people and most situations, group classes are an ideal way to learn to dance.
Group classes usually run six or eight weeks. Each week you add new steps to your repertoire, while reviewing what you learned in previous classes. You have practice time, and get to meet other people to dance with. As the class progresses, you become more confident and comfortable with the steps.
Most group classes expect you to attend for the full session since each lesson is built on the previous week's material. The exception to this is a drop-in line dance class, where each week we do different dances. I presently offer a drop-in line dance class at Springstep on Monday evenings.
Weekly line dance class
Beginner classes teach you the fundamentals of the dance. Intermediate classes add new moves while stressing the technique and styling that are characteristic of each dance.
Check out my schedule to see if there is a class you might want to join. Or start your own! If you have 8 people who want to learn to dance, we can set up a class just for you.
"When someone blunders, we say that he makes a misstep. Is it then not clear that all the ills of mankind, all the tragic misfortunes that fill our history books, all the political blunders, all the failures of the great leaders have arisen merely from a lack of skill in dancing"-Moliere