Group Classes: Adult Ballroom and Latin

At Two Left Feet®, we are beginner friendly and ready to introduce you to the world of dance. Our studio is not about competition but being comfortable in any social situtation. Whether you have a special occasion coming up or this is something you've always wanted to learn, our knowledgeable staff is here to guide you toward your personal dance goals.

"Laugh with Us, Dance with Us!"

BALLROOM SURVIVAL - great for wedding receptions and formal parties , cruises and gaining a better sense of self & coordination
Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz, Tango, Rumba, Cha Cha

LATIN DANCE - great for fun, parties, local clubs, trips in the Carribean and exercise
Rumba, Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Cha Cha

THE OTHERS - Great for singles, night clubs and meeting new people
West Coast Swing, Country 2 Step, Hustle

Start at the first class rotation of any style of dance

New Student:

No experience required
Choose to start with 4, 6 or 12 classes, with the option of continuing to learn more!

Beginner Latin:
Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Cha Cha
Sundays 6:05-6:55pm
September 9 - December 2 no class 11/25
Learn something new!

Beginner Ballroom:
Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz and Tango
Tuesdays 8:05-8:55pm
October 2 - December 18
Get ready for Holiday Parties!

Beginner Latin:
Salsa with Merengue, Bachata, Cha Cha
Wednesdays 7:05-7:55pm
October 17 - Jan 23 no class 10/31, 11/21, 12/26
Make new friends "offline".

Beginner II:

6-12 classes of Basic Experience Required
Ballroom Shoes Recommended

Beginner II Ballroom:
Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz and Tango

Beginner II Latin:
Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Cha Cha

Beg III/Intermediate:

2 years of classes or equivalent of Beginner or Bronze Level to Silver I Experience Required
Class will cover Bronze 3-4 and Silver 1-4 Levels
Ballroom Shoes Required

Beg III/Intermediate Ballroom:
Foxtrot, Swing, Waltz, Tango, Rumba and West Coast Swing
Wednesdays 8:05-8:55pm
on going

What to Wear

What TO wear for Classes and Socials: A BIG SMILE!

Shoes: If it is raining you must bring another pair of shoes or dance in your socks. You'll want to wear a smooth leather bottom sole, to slide and spin on the floor and not get stuck.
- If you like dancing we recommend ballroom dance shoes
Ballroom shoes have a suede bottom and a flexible leather upper for optimum foot movement.

Clothing - think of going to a dinner party for a friend or neighbor
For Gentleman: Long pants and collared shirts
For Ladies: Pants, skirts or dresses that allow for movement

What NOT to wear Dress code:
Shoes: flip flops, sneakers, boots
Clothing: short pants, hats, workout clothes or jeans.

What to Wear

Something you can move in to be comfortable. If you like leotards, tights and ballet skirts, wear them!If you prefer a t-shirt or cami with yoga pants, you won't be alone!

  • Tap - Wear a pair of flats, flat dress shoes or sneakers if you do not have tap shoes to see if you like it.
  • Hip Hop - Sneakers, tennis shoes, running or walking shoes...just make sure you have clean rubber soles.
  • Ballet - Soft ballet slippers are preferred foot wear but if you are new to dancing or your slippers have fallen apart, come barefoot until you can pick up a pair of ballet slippers.
  • Contemporary - barefoot or ballet slippers, socks will be too slippery.

  • How long will it take, me or us, to learn?
    Dancing, like any sport, takes time and practice.
    Everyone learns at a different rate and that will depend on you. Do you learn physical things "naturally" or do you have to practice over and over to memorize something? Will you make time to practice at home? Do you plan on attending a Friday Night Dance Social?

    Beginner Level aka Bronze Level takes 2 years to complete about 4-6 dances. You will be a comfortable and smooth social dancer. We know at this point you are enjoying dancing. You want to look and be smooth with confidence as you navagate the floor and dance to the beat of the music.

    Intermediate Level aka Silver Level takes 4-8 years to complete. You will know styling, technique and how to match the dance style to the music. Leading, following and navigating the dance floor will be second nature as you glide as confident social dancer. You will understand the fundamentals of dance and are working on your styling and more complex steps. Maybe you are doing it for fun or exercise or both but you will be enjoying dance and having this special skill to use anywhere and anytime.

    Advanced Level aka Gold Level is for the hobby dancer. This level is for the person that will take a several classes a week, attend every social dance and seek out dancing opportunities. A Gold dancer learns 12 or more styles of dance, around 50 steps or patterns per dance and several variations. An amazing Advanced dancer will share their enjoyment of dance and dance with every level of dancer.

    Payment options:
    Step 1 of 3: Choose 6 or 12 classes

    Basics - 4 classes
    Start on the first class of a session and take the first 4 classes. Basics is a quick way to just see what dance is about with out much of a commitment. You will be introduced to a couple of steps in a 3 styles of dance. If you are enjoying this class, then we recommend joining the rest of the Beginner level.

    Sampler - 6 classes
    Did you want to try out a few classes to learn a bit about dance and see if Two Left Feet® is right for you? The Sampler is the first 6 classes of a session. This option will give you a sample of the basic steps of 3-4 different styles of dance and learn a spin or two. If you are enjoying your dance classes, then you can continue with 6 more to complete a Beginner Level.
    $165/dancer OR $295/couple.

    Beginner Level - 12 classes
    Are you ready to dance? In Beginner Level you have the opportunity to feel comfortable with about 4 steps in 3 or 4 dances. You will begin to understand leading and following and what music goes to what dance. Once you finish this level would be able to "get through" a dance or special occasion. Beginner II is the next level.
    $295/dancer OR $475/couple

    Step 2 of 3: Choose your payment method.

  • Pay by INVOICE or CHECK or CASH on first class:
    -In the Registration Form, be sure you indicate pay by invoice, check or cash on first day.
    -Have your payment ready to hand to the teacher at the start or end of class.
  • Pay by CREDIT below
  • Choose the number of Class
    Group Class Day
    Class Time
    I agree to Two Left Feet Dance, llc policies & liability release

    Step 3 of 3: Continue to Registration Form and fill out to confirm your space.

    Step 3 of 3: Fill out the Registration Form to confirm your space.