Private Dance Lessons - Purchase & Prices
Private lessons prices are per lesson for one or two people and are the same for all dance styles and for all dance instructors. All lessons are 50 minutes long. Packages cannot be shared between more than two people. All appointments must be pre-paid. If you're interested in a semi-private lesson (with 3-10 people), prices are as follows: $100 for 3-4 people, or $150 for 5-10 people. Please call us at 801.466.0490 to purchase and book semi-private lessons. Private lesson benefits - read here why many students prefer privates to groups.
You can purchase a single private lesson and packages below. Please remember that we require 24 hours for ALL Cancellations on Tuesday-Saturday appointments. Please cancel or reschedule all Monday appointments by Saturday 4pm the previous week. Please remember that we charge the full price of the lesson for all late cancellations.
Ready to Book?
Please purchase your lesson or package above and then go to our calendar to reserve your first appointment or call 801.466.0490 to book. Gift certificates available below!
DF Dance Studio is home to 18 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. If you want one-on-one instruction in any dance style, we have the teacher for you. Call 801.466.0490 to be placed with the right instructor. You can read about our dance instructors here.
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.