Teacher Training

πŸ•ΊπŸ’ƒ Unlock Your Dance Potential at Palm Beach Dancing! 🌟 Ongoing Training Opportunities Await You! Are you ready to step into the world of dance and take your skills to new heights? Palm Beach Dancing is not just a studio; it’s a place where passion meets opportunity! 🌴✨ 🌟 Ongoing Teacher Training: At Palm Beach…

Teacher Training

Welcome to the Ballroom Dance Teacher Training Program by Ballroom DancePros. Our program is designed for anyone aged 18 and up, with no prior ballroom dance experience required. Whether you aspire to be a ballroom dance teacher, learn how to lead and follow, become a dance host, or simply expand your dance knowledge, this program…

Calendar-Adults

JULY 2023 – GROUP CLASSES – ADULTS MONDAY 7P-7:45P Beginner East Coast Swing 7:45-8:30P American Rumba $15 for 1 class or $25 both Classes TUESDAY 7P-7:45P Beginner Cha Cha Cha 7:45P-8:30P Beginner Hustle $15 or 1 class or $25 both Classes THURSDAY 7P-7:45P Beginner Bachata 7:45-8:30P Beginner Salsa $15 for 1 class or $25 both…

Weight Loss Through Ballroom Dance Sport

Shedding Pounds with Elegance: Why Ballroom Dancesport is the Perfect Weight Loss Solution for People Over 40 Weight loss journeys can be both challenging and rewarding, especially for individuals over 40 who are seeking effective and enjoyable ways to shed pounds. Enter ballroom dancesport, a captivating dance form that not only brings elegance and grace…

Social or Competitive Ballroom Dancing?

Ballroom Dancing: Social and Competitive Ballroom dancing can be broadly categorized into two main categories: social and competitive. While both styles involve similar steps and techniques, the purpose and atmosphere of each type of dancing are quite different. Social Ballroom Dancing Social ballroom dancing refers to dancing for the purpose of enjoyment and entertainment, typically…

Difference between social and competitive ballroom dancing

Ballroom social dancing and ballroom dance sport are both forms of ballroom dancing, but they have some important differences. Ballroom social dancing is typically done in a social setting, such as a dance party or event, and the focus is on having fun and enjoying the music and company. Dancers may improvise and adapt steps…