Welcome to Pacific Grove Dance Studio! The best place to learn dancing
on Monterey Peninsula!
- What are the different dance styles can I learn
at PG Dance?
Well, you can learn pretty much everything you see in movies or
on DTWS. To be specific, you can choose to learn the following dance
styles: Ballroom Tango, Waltz, Rumba, Cha cha, Salsa, Foxtrot,
N.C. 2 Step, Quickstep, Bolero, Mambo, Swing, Samba, Viennese, Waltz,
Jive, Hustle, West Coast Swing, Argentine Tango and Wedding dance.
If you're confused about which style to pick, our instructors will
help you choose one.
- I can't dance! I have two left feet!
Everybody tells us that, but become experts by the time they complete
their ballroom dance training with us anyway. So will you! We'll
adopt to your pace and take you from where you're whether you've
danced before or brand new to it. We have the best dance instructors
in Monterey, California who have tought hundreds of students, in
North America and Europe. You're guaranteed to pick dancing skills
really fast under their guidance.
Help! I don't have a partner.
You don't have a partner? Don't worry; you can dance with the instructor.
- What should I wear for my first dance class?
Just wear something you feel comfortable in. But don't come in sneakers
or flip flops. You should buy ballroom dance shoes. If you're not
sure where to get ballroom shoes, you can order through us, we have
a wide selection of models and sizes available.
How much do the lessons cost?
There are different courses available, each with a discount program
based on the number of dance lessons you enroll in. The first dance
lesson is free, following that we will talk to you about the various
programs so that you can get started.
tip of the day
know that recording the dance moves after the lesson on your phone
can speed up learning process? Hint: Record your instructor dancing
the steps from the back so you can easily repeat them at home.
Spend about 10 to 20 min. a day practicing what you've learned
on the lesson to keep your memory fresh and to be ready learn
new moves next time on private lesson without wasting time on
refreshing the old steps.