Ballroom dance classes in Boise
Boise Ballroom  Dance Lessons
Boise Ballroom Dance Classes
Intermediate Class
This course is designed to allow those that  are ready to continue learning more intricate patterns and become more proficient in timing, footwork and technique. Covering the beginning and intermediate levels. This class is ongoing in nature as there is no beginning and no end to this class. We will stay on one dance until we are finished with the Bronze level in that dance or 6 weeks, whichever comes first.

Notes: There is a shoe requirement for this level. Once students complete the required number of dances in this level, they may take the Silver level material in the dances that they have previously completed. A Partner is strongly recommended at this level. Regular dance events are necessary to your continued learning. One private lesson per month is encouraged. Practice attire is encouraged, but not required.

Pre requisites: Knowledge of at least 5 patterns in at least 6 dances. regardless of syllabus or style

Next Start date: Aug 22 (Please email for confirmation)
Dance:Intermediate Viennese Waltz
Meeting Times: Fridays evenings 7:15-8:15.
Location: Dance Arts Academy in Meridian
Pricing: Class pass Only. A one time registration applies only if you  are entering from  another studio. See above for details.

Perks: All intermediate and advanced students recieve 50% off all studio events. Private lesson rates are dropped by $15/lesson from the regular individual pricing.

Continuation  into the Silver advanced I level in private lesson format  follows the requirements of this class. Those fufilling the requirements of this class to become advanced I students recieve a $20 discount on the Individual private lesson rate.


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Beginning Classes For Adults:
Intermedate Bronze Level

Ballroom classes Boise
Welcome to your ballroom dance class!
We are so fortunate to be able to hold  classes and events in the Dance Arts Academy building. The Dance Arts Academy building is a state of the art facility with a large lobby and floating maple wood floors. Scroll down and find a class that would best suit you and your dance dreams.

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Ballroom lessons in Eagle & Meridian Idaho
What is a Class Pass?
A Class Pass is a card that is used to gain entrance into any group class. It also allows you to move freely between classes if you prefer to take more than one class per week. Class Passes are sold at $100 + a one time registration fee. One Class Pass will allow you to take 10 group classes if you are a single or 5 group classes if you are coming in as a couple. Dancers love it because if you miss a class or two, you still have a little time left to get all your classes taken before your card expires! No refunds are given to unused or partially used cards.
Introduction to American Style                                          Introduction to International Style
14 week ongoing course.
For those who have no dance experience.
Covering each dance for two weeks at the pre-bronze level. Covering the American Style dances of:
Waltz, Foxtrot, Swing, Cha-cha, Rumba, Mambo & Tango.

Partner is strongly recommended. Singles are welcome.
Dance shoes are recommended, but not required.
In Addition: One half priced studio event per Class Pass purchase.
Cost: Class Pass. (See above)
Meets Friday evenings, 8:15-9:00.
Location: Dance Arts Academy, Meridian.
Next Start Date: Sept. 12, American Tango.
12 week ongoing course.
For those who have no dance experience.
Covering each dance for two weeks at the pre-bronze level. Covering the international Style dances of:
Waltz, Quickstep, Tango, Rumba, Cha-cha & Jive.

Partner is strongly recommended. Singles are welcome.
Dance shoes are recommended, but not required.
In Addition: One half priced studio event per Class Pass purchase.
Cost: Class Pass. (See above)
Meets Thursday evenings 8:15-9:00.
Location: Dance Arts Academy, Meridian.
Next Start Date:  TBA
What is the difference between American Style and International Style?
International Style is danced throughout the world. In the International Standard dances of Waltz, Tango, Viennese Waltz, Foxtrot and Quickstep, the dance hold remains closed. While the International Latin dances of Cha-cha, Rumba, Paso Doble, Jive & Samba are more disciplined and technical, giving more beauty and precision to the Latin's.

American Style Smooth dances of Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango and Viennese Waltz may at times provide more variety moving from closed to open dance positions. The American Style Rhythm dances use a different modality in the creation of Cuban Motion as opposed to the International Latin's.

Whereas the International Style is used in competitions all around the world, the American Style is used on a competitive level only in the U.S.
Dancers taking beginning classes may transfer into the intermediate class anytime after 12 weeks of instruction.
If you are taking both the international and American style class at the same time,
you may transfer into an intemediate class anytime after 10 classes are completed.

All dancers are strongly encouraged to join Teach Me Tango on Facebook to get up to date information on class closure due to inclement weather.

Dancers taking beginning classes may transfer into the intermediate class anytime after 14 weeks of instruction.
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Advanced I & II
Silver Advanced I
We currently do not have enough dancers who have fufilled the intermediate requirements to create an
advanced I  Silver class. A group class may be created for the advanced 1 level if we have enough interest at a later date. Any level may be taken in private lesson format.

Gold Advanced II
We currently do not have enough dancers who have fufilled the advanced Silver Level requirements to create an Advanced II Gold class. A group class may be created for the advanced 1 level if we have enough interest at a later date. Any level may be taken in private lesson format.