Private Dance Lessons Plans & Packages
We recommend taking private lessons if you are looking to learn how to dance and want to get a more in-depth understanding than what a group class can give you. Private lessons are also great for achieving specific personal goals, as in getting rid of 2 left feet, overcoming social anxiety, getting ready for a wedding dance or even getting in shape & performing. Additionally every private lesson student has a personal dance advisor that sets milestones and follows him/her to the end of their goal ensuring progress. Read our Group vs Private lesson comparison
Great for trying out your 1st class, catching up on missed group class material
or a date night!
5 class package
$350 total. $25 savings. Boost your confidence on the social dance floor by learning the basics of 1 or 5 popular dances!
Social dancer package
10 class package
$650 total. $150 Savings + Includes 2 FREE group class drop-ins & 2 studio parties. Become confident in 1 or 2 social dances/
20 lesson package
$1200 total. $400 savings. Includes 4 group drop-ins & 4 parties. Achieve your personal goal, dive in and excell!
Scheduling a private lesson!
Booking online is easy and fast. You can also call us or stop by to schedule your appoinment.
If you looking for a specific style, we teach: Waltz, Tango, Swing, Country, Salsa, Foxtrot, Rumba, Samba, Social Ballroom, West Coast Swing, Hustle, Blues, Argentine Tango, Bachata, Hip Hop, Break Dancing and more. Please call: 801.466.0490 to schedule, otherwise book online!
Please remember! If you need to change your lesson, you must call or email us 24-hours in advance during business hours to avoid being charged for the class. We can't wait to meet you! All lessons are 50 minutes long. Packages cannot be shared between more than two people. No partner is ever required & complete beginners are welcome!
DF Dance Studio is home to many fabulous teachers specializing in Argentine Tango, West Coast Swing, Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, Country Swing, Hip Hop and Ballroom Dance. All of them choreograph routines for weddings, competitions, and performances. Collectively, they have taught thousands upon thousands of students.
Important info before your 1st lesson
Please wear something comfortable to your 1st lesson and pay attention to your shoes. We recommend shoes with leather soles so you avoid sticking and slipping on the dance floor. Dance shoes are available for sale at the studio and are always a must for every serious dancer.
You don't need a partner to take private lessons and in many cases it is easier to learn on your own with instructor.
Although every effort is made to insure that you meet with your chosen instructor, the studio cannot guarantee the same instructor throughout the duration of your lessons. At DF Dance Studio we work as a team. Instructors use standardized lesson plans and syllabi, they take notes on their students’ progress, and communicate among themselves weekly through meetings. In general, most students committed to their learning meet with several instructors with similar and different specialties, in order to receive a well-rounded training and better learning experience. Read more about our dance instructors here
The simple answer is: It depends. Just as with any other skill, dancing depends on how much time is spent learning and practicing, how each individual learns, and most importantly, what the definition of being “good” is. Usually your first dance lesson will be key to understand at what pace you’ll be able to learn, as well as the approximate timeframe to achieve your goal.