Dance Makers | Intro Special
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Intro Special

Intro Special Only $29

Two 30-Minute Private Lessons

 Take that first step and call us today. Our teachers specialize in adult beginners and it has always been our motto to make sure that your lessons are easy, fun, and quick. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions. If your question is not answered here, feel free to give us a call any time!(Not applicable to Wedding Preparation.)

Frequently Asked Questions

When can I take my lessons?

Our studio is open Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Our private lessons can be scheduled any time that we’re open and are booked on the hour. Group classes are normally on Thursday¬†evenings at 7:00, followed by our Practice Parties at 8:00. Check this month’s calendar for more details.

Do I need a partner?

Definitely not! You can learn to dance with or without a partner.

What should I wear for my lessons?

Dance Makers is a very relaxed and fun environment. Come in whatever makes you comfortable. Many of our students come straight from work or from working out, so we tend to have a broad range of attire. Avoid restrictive clothing and shoes that may slip off while dancing (flip-flops, slings, mules, etc)

Can anybody learn to dance?

Yes! Our well-trained instructors are committed to teaching you to dance as quickly as possible. For the last 26 years Dance Makers has been teaching people how to dance and have fun. We are convinced that you can learn too!

How long will it take to become a good dancer?

The frequency and consistency of your lessons, how often you practice, and your natural ability are all factors contribute to determining how long it will take to reach your own personal goals. We can generally make a much better assessment after your first lesson.

Which dances do you teach?

We are a ballroom studio, but ballroom is a broad term. It covers everything that is partner-based. This includes traditional ballroom dances such as Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango and Swing. We also teach latin dances like the Rumba, Cha-Cha, Salsa and Merengue. Also, since this is Oklahoma, we can’t forget Country and Western favorites such as Two-Step, Shuffle and all the most popular line dances.