Private Vs Class – Ballroom Dance Lessons

Most people when they want to learn to dance do not have the slightest idea where to go for lessons. Word of mouth advertising is considered by many to be the best form of advertising, but if you don’t know anyone who has had dance lessons, where do you go?

Nowadays the internet is the best place to start, all you do is go to Google, Yahoo, etc., and type the words Ballroom dance lessons, or what ever type of dancing lessons you’re looking for, and in a matter of milliseconds there are more selections then you know what to do with.

In my opinion, the best way to start is to take private lessons, although they may be more expensive at first, private lessons have definite advantages than class lessons for the Beginner dancer.

First of all the word Private means you & your instructor, not you & your instructor in a “private” room. Of course you can have a private room, but the cost would be much greater. Private rooms fees may be from $40.00 to $200.00 per hour extra, not including the cost of your instructor. Private instructors fees will range between $40.00 to $150.00 per hour, depending on the amount of training, experience, and championships the instructor has won.

Most trained Ballroom instructors will have an average hourly rate of approximately $80.00 per hour. If you’re a beginner, you won’t require a Ballroom Champion unless you want to pay the extra cost, a Champion will be teaching you the same things as a beginner, a regular instructor will teach you the same things, but for less $$$. My advice to you is to choose the latter than the former.

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