Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can I learn to dance?
Dancing is as easy as walking once you are taught by an Arthur Murray dance trainer. Hundreds-of-thousands have successfully trained in Arthur Murray Dance Studios. There is no age limit. Our oldest students are over 70, our youngest in their early teens. The great majority is between 25 and 50.

2. Will it take long?
The length of the course depends on how many dances you would like to learn and how proficient you would like to become in each dance. However, you will be able to dance after your first dance lesson.

3. Is it easy to learn?
We teach four simple basic movements from which all combinations are derived.

4. How much do lessons cost?
The cost depends on a number of factors: how good you want to be; what dances you want to learn; the number of days and weeks in your dance schedule, etc. Your first lesson is $29. After your first lesson, your instructor will be in a better position to recommend a program and you will have the knowledge to make an intelligent and informed choice.

5. Does the fee have to be paid in advance?
There are several other methods of payment available. If you prefer, you can budget the fee in smaller installments or use any major credit card.

6. Will I learn the latest steps?
You can learn the very latest in any or all social dances: Swing, Hustle, Disco, Samba, Merengue, Fox Trot, Rumba, Cha-cha, Mambo, Waltz, Salsa, Tango, Country, etc. Novelty or fad dances are also taught.

7. Will I have to return each year to learn the newest steps?
After a good foundation, you will be able to analyse the new steps and pick them up yourself without difficulty. However, many students return because they enjoy their lessons and the confidence they’ve acquired.

8. May I take the lesson at any time convenient to me?
Take your lessons any time you wish. Our studios are open from 1pm to 10pm, Monday through Friday.

9. Will I have a professional teacher?
Yes! All our teachers have been Trained and Certified to instruct the famous Arthur Murray way.

10. What benefits do I derive?
Dancing is our first line of social activity. Good dancing is a lifetime investment in fun, poise, confidence, improved personality and new friends. Beyond these, dancing is a superb physical conditioner – providing fun without working at it! It opens up a wonderful new world of togetherness and a thriving year-round social calendar

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