You’re looking for a place to start dancing. You wanna dance in a battle, win the dance-off, look cool and be sexy, have fun and impress people… ALL THAT!
You’re not sure where to begin. Maybe the only way you think you can start dancing is by taking classes at a dance studio… but you feel too insecure to take a class in real life.
Maybe you think you’re too old to start new hobbies. Maybe you think you don’t have time for dance because you’re always busy with school or work. But here’s something we want you to know: There is nothing that makes you any different from the great dancers you know. The only thing separating you from being a good dancer is the act of dancing! Once you start dancing, though, it can be hard to figure out where to begin…
There are many different ways to start dancing.
Rather than following a strict set of rules, popular dance styles are more freeform and spontaneous. Unlike technical styles like Ballet or Jazz, which have a set curriculum that tells you exactly which techniques you need to start with, older dancers didn’t even have access to studios. While some people just dance the way they do from watching music videos or at pep rallies, most people start by just playing some music and letting their bodies move. But if you’re looking to learn how to dance in a more structured way,…
So How To Start Dancing?!
Taking dance classes!
Dancing is a great way to get into shape and have fun at the same time. It’s easier to get started if you have a friend who can introduce you to some local dance studios, but if not, there are plenty of online resources for finding them. Visit Google, Yelp, and Instagram to search for dance studios in your area. Once you find some promising options, look at their websites to see what kinds of classes they offer.
Michael’s Dance Studio offers many classes in different styles, all taught by some of the world’s best choreographers. It’s a great way to get quality classes without driving 5 hours to the closest dance studio.