The Social Graces process is “Different”
Many people think that the only difference between dance studios is basically the price, the dances taught (Waltz, Cha cha, Swing etc.) and maybe if the students liked the instructors. And of course, if dance was fun.
These though, although important, ignores a very important element… Unless you have been TEACHING dance for many years, you most likely do not know what you do not know.
Like, why would a student take dance lessons?
- For the challenge?
- To reconnect with their partner?
- To have a fun way to lose weight?
- To improve their mood through social interaction?
It’s not likely one wants to learn Waltz to do Waltz, its likely they want to learn Waltz for the many benifits Waltz can give them:
- Soical interation,
For an instructor, the process of learning the wants of a student are just as important as understanding the elments of dance. At Social Graces we define the needs of a student, then work to acheive those needs through their dance of choice. And we do this in a very fun logical way.
It’s this process that set us apart!
To quote the owner Freddie Ciampi:
“We don’t just give you information, we teach you how to think like a dancer and how to act in a social envornment to enrich your quality of life.”
Here is our unique Signature System
that allows us to take you from one step to the next in a fun logical easy to follow process.
As you can see, the signature process walks new Social Graces dancers through three main stages to make sure they are learning as efficiently as possible and still having a great time. The following three pages walk you through in more details.
If you are interested to find out how we move you from “Begining”: where you do not know the structoer of dance, how its taught, what music to use or how to hold your partner. To “Beyond”: where you undertand which songs are used in which dances, you understand leading/following, and you can make your partner smile. Then these pages are for you, and so is Social Graces Ballroom Dance Studio.
“Its the start that stops most people.”