Ballroom & Latin Dance Lessons
THE BALLROOM is a place where you can be safe, comfortable, and most importantly a place where you will “learn it right the first time.” Whether preparing for a wedding, cruise, show, competition, upcoming film, or completely new to the dance floor…THE BALLROOM provides a range of Ballroom and Latin Dance Lessons from beginner to advance (i.e. Tango, Waltz, Latin, Fox Trot, Two-Step, and Wedding).
The most economical way to learn how to partner dance. The primary goal of group classes is to teach you the steps, patterns, & movements for a variety of dances.
Experience the most valuable and fastest way to learn how to dance! Work one on one with an instructor, not only to learn the dance steps, but to develop your skills and mastery in all areas.
Whether you have two left feet…or right…Let us help you look and feel great for your wedding dance! From choreography to music selection and everything in between, we can help you create a memorable dance for you and your guests.
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27314 Jefferson Ave
Suites #9 & #10
Temecula, California 92590
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Whether you’re on Dancing with the Stars, at a salsa club, ballroom dancing, showing off your moves in swing dance, flamenco dance, west coast swing, tango dance, rumba dance, etc…check out these top tips on dance etiquette from me…Dennis Lyle! I’ve trained dancers that have appeared on Dancing with the Stars and So You Think Read more about How to Ballroom Dance with Etiquette[…]
This month at THE BALLROOM Temecula, the group classes will be teaching the Waltz, NightClub 2 Step, West Coast Swing, Hustle, Viennese Waltz, Foxtrot, and Bolero. While they’re all forms of Ballroom & Latin Dancing, they are all different. Which is your favorite? Waltz West Coast Swing Hustle Bolero
Imagine the moment when you’re first introduced to your guests as husband and wife…one of the first things you’ll do as newlyweds is have your first dance. Although it probably will only last a few minutes, it can feel forever if you’re stressed and uncomfortable. To help you, we’ve shared 10 tips below: Pick “YOUR” Read more about Wedding Dance – 10 tips to a magical first dance[…]
Age is Nothing But A Number! The story of our very own Wini Tigrett has been published in The Community Bugle! Check out the full story here!
One of the biggest obstacles to social dancing with a partner is figuring out how to lead and follow. Think about it. Can two people dance smoothly together if they’re each making their own decisions on direction, timing, and steps? Probably not. It’ll end up looking like a hodge podge of movements. To make it Read more about How to lead and follow in ballroom dancing[…]
Some dance for sport, others for social activity, spirituality, and/or expression of feelings and emotions. Whatever your reason to dance may be… to improve as a dancer, you should learn technique. Dancing is more than just following steps and footwork. It’s knowing how to express yourself and tell a story. Technique classes teach students how Read more about Dancing with Technique[…]
Have you ever wondered what makes a good dance student? A good student not only is beneficial for the teacher, but it helps the student accelerate their learning and build rapport with their instructor. To establish the qualities of a good dance student, we’ve listed some of them below. Read on…and maybe next time we Read more about How to be a good dance student?[…]
Have you joined us at a monthly social dance yet? If yes…then bravo…as you have experienced a wonderful opportunity to apply your dance skills, practice your moves, learn new steps, make new friends, and partake in a memorable event. If not…then WHY NOT? What’s your excuse? 1. You can’t dance? Well…all we have to say Read more about How to dance with him or her?[…]
Originally from Brazil, the Samba made its mark in the late 1920’s and hasn’t stopped since. It’s the most famous dance in Brazil. Performed in carnivals, street dances, as well as “The Ballroom” at Villa Incanta, it’s considered an energizing and exciting dance form as you flirtatiously move your hips and knees. Whether you’re objective Read more about Samba[…]
While participating in a dance competition can be scary and exciting all at the same time, it is an experience that all dancers should partake in. It’s an opportunity to learn and just grow stronger. To help persuade you to take advantage of any upcoming competitions, I wanted to share a few competition tips: 1. Read more about Preparing for a dance competition[…]