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Dancing Salsa

HOW TO GET STARTED

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FAQs

Signing up for dance lessons can be intimidating! Here, we'll walk you through some frequently asked questions and help you find out where to start.

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WHERE DO I START?

Navigate the website and get the most out of partnership dancing!

Why do you want to learn how to dance, and how do you go about it? The options are endless. At our studio, you'll find that we cater to what each individual wants to get out of their craft.

If you're looking to learn some social moves for the club, exercise, or parties, group classes are a great place to start. They are a laid back setting in which you can learn without a lot of pressure or eyes on you. Group classes also offer time to practice for those who are involved in private lessons.

If you would like to learn a more specialized style, or you would like to learn choreography for a wedding, private lessons will benefit you the most. In group classes you'll be introduced to a lot of mainstream styles, but there is not enough time to give each individual detailed attention. Private lessons give us the opportunity to help you become the best dancer you can be-- while also having fun!

To sign up for lessons or group classes you can give us a call 423 218 2530. You can also book on this website if you check out the "serivces" tab or the "pricing and plans" tab at the top of this page. We keep our social media and webpage up to date, so you can find what's available at the click of a few buttons!

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DO I NEED A PARTNER?

No. Though many people bring a partner, it is never required! We teach leading and following parts to everyone when we get the chance! If you don't have someone to dance with, we become you're partner.

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

You can wear whatever makes you feel comfortable and confident! We never judge here at Mountain Home Ballroom. As long as you can move in it without strain, it's perfect!

DO I NEED CERTAIN SHOES?

Yes and No. Try not to wear rubber soled shoes, as they tend to grip the floor. Something that is smooth and slick on the bottom, and has proper ankle support is perfect. There are also reasonably priced starter ballroom shoes if you do some searching, but there is no need to buy shoes for your first class!

WHERE IS YOUR STUDIO?/WHERE DO I PARK?

Our address is 905 Chase Dr. Suite 100 Johnson City, TN. You may park in the spaces in front of our sign, or behind the building. We have bright blue doors, so it's not too hard to miss us!

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