Ballroom Dance Lessons:
Private social dance lessons are available by appointment only. How do you get started? Please Call Now and have your calendar available: 407-297-9048. Once the appointment is made, you are on your way to learn how to dance and start having the time of your life. By appointment only.
Consultations are free:
Wedding consulations are free to help every couple chose their music, style of dance and performance tricks to WOW their audience.
One mile west of I4 and Exit Number 94 (Longwood exit) Ballroom Dancing Lessons, Country and Bar Dance Lessons, Salsa dance lessons for Latin Dancing and Wedding Dance Classes. Two Left Feet Dance Lessons has been in business since 2006. Located four blocks from The Springs and four miles from Wekiva State Park. Please read or write my Goggle reviews. The curriculum is especially designed to teach people how to dance who think they have no rhythm and/or have two left feet.
Prices: One-hour dance lesson is $60. (single or couple price) A discount is given for the five lesson pacakge - the hourly rate drops to $45 an hour. Add $15 for paying by check or charge as a service fee.
Dancing Places in Orlando:
No Rythm? Two Left Feet?
Don't worry, Diana Jo Rossano loves beginners. If you don't believe it, please check out the Google Reviews' link above. Everyone can learn to dance with the right help. You have found the right place to learn how to dance that has helped hundreds of people find fun, good health and new friends. Don't delay, call today: 407-297-9048
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Saturday - 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Method of Payment:
Credit Cards and Personal Checks Accepted, but add a $15. fee for processing.
Two real-life Dance Lesson examples:
1) One student had a limp from a motorcycle accident. We worked around the limp by giving him special dance steps for his wedding dance. Don’t let that upset you because leading is NOT about a man knowing steps, instead leading is about upper-body skill to communicate the steps he wants his follower to make. They did a wonderful job.
2) Another student was legally blind, but wanted to dance his first dance with his soon-to-be bride. How did we do it? I chose dance steps that he would use both hands to hold his partner - no one-handed moves. This way he couldn’t see her, but he knew where she was at all times. For anyone who did not know the couple, they didn’t know he was blind because they danced a beautiful first dance together.
If you can stumble, you can learn to dance.