Definitely! Some beginners may start out shy, but instructors at Arthur Murray Dance Center Whitefish Bay know how to make learning fun. We start from the bottom up by beginning at whatever level you feel comfortable with. Within a few classes, dancers begin to open up.
Frequently Asked Questions
There is no age limit. If someone can take that first step and work through the door, they can get on the dance floor.
Simple. Stop by or call and we’ll set you up with a personal dance lesson. Instructors will guide you through a series of movements and afterward, we can recommend a personalized dance program.
How long it takes to learn a certain dance depends on a few factors: the type of dance chosen, a dancer’s current level and how proficient a dancer wants to become. Some students take lessons for a few months, while for others it’s a lifelong journey. At Arthur Murray Whitefish Bay, we craft personized lessons for every student based on their skill level and goals.
The Introductory Lesson costs $40. After the lesson, the cost depends on the type of dances an individual wants to learn, how good a dancer you want to become, and your personal schedule. We can create a personalized program designed to fit any budget. Your cost will become clear after meeting with our instructors and we create a personal program for you.
Yes. Lessons must be paid for in advance.
We specialize in any dance done with a partner, including some of the most popular dances in the world. Dancers can learn the Mambo, Waltz, Merengue, Fox Trot, Argentine Tango, American Tango, Rumba, Swing, Hustle, Cha-Cha and the Salsa. We also can show you some newer dances, such as Zouk, Bachata and Samba de Gafieira.
Our certified instructors are constantly learning. They spend thousands of hours training and undergo rigorous testing to make sure each student has the best experience possible. We only pick instructors who are highly professional, empathic and patient.
Absolutely! If you want to dance, we want you dancing with us. Our students come to us to dance, but many stay because of the positive environment, sense of community, healthy lifestyle and the friends they make.