Sign up at door 1/2 hour before class on 1st night
of class, classes close after 2nd meeting! Pick up a repeat pass for
repeatable classes. The Repeat Pass is issued at 2nd class, always show
your Repeat Pass each hour when repeating classes! (see section titled
Private Lessons at the
Call 294-9535 press 2, leave name, number and best time to call, or see Pattie at
classes. The fee is $50 per hour per person/couple.
Level Classes have numbers following the name
of the class, can be repeated for free with repeat pass, if space is
available. Four-week classes: $35 ($33 cash discount)
Six-week classes: $45 ($43 cash discount)
Discounts: (Level classes only)!
Two courses: One person paying for two different types of courses at
the same time. $80 ($78 cash), additional discounts for more than two
courses (ask registrar).
Non Level Classes start with the words
Beginning, Intermediate or Advanced, ( Beg., Int. or Adv.) are not
repeatable. New material is taught each new course.
Six-week class is $40 (starting after 1st night the fee is reduced by
$5 only, class closed after 2nd night).
Full-time Student Discount
This is a discount to give financial assistance
to College students. Students (elementary, Jr. or Sr. High, or
College/University) with 12 or more semester units pay half price
for classes and dances with current student I.D (please show ID) and
course schedule! (Does not apply to employed adults taking personal growth
or vocational type monthly courses\ or continuing ed. e.g. National
University or Phoenix, etc.).
Two Class Types Explained:
Level Classes have a number after the name
and are repeatable Levels 1-3 are equivalent to Beginning, Levels 4-6 are
Intermediate, and Levels 7+ are Advanced. Material is repeated each time
the class is offered so that students can review and practice.
Non-Level Classes offer different step patterns each time taught.
As an example a class preceded with Intermediate would be appropriate for
a student who has completed at least through level 3 or taken some
Beginning courses in the dance. In these courses technique is stressed,
some flashy steps are taught, includes some individual instruction &
To receive schedule of classes call (619) 275-3533
Website & e-mail address:
Bolero (beginning/intermediate) will introduce the basic and some intermediate patterns to this very sensual and smooth rhythm dance. Prerequisites: None
Argentine Tango Beginning (a) is for beginners.
Argentine Tango Intermediate (d) is Intermediate and students have already had 18 weeks of instruction.
Prerequisite: Intermediate skills in Argentine Tango
Hustle 1 class will teach the basic street hustle with L.A. styling, it is danced to 70ís - 90ís music (Disco) and seems to be having a revival! Prerequisites: None
West Coast Tricks will present the Intermediate/Advanced West Coast Swing dancer with some cool moves and techniques, as well as some flash to add to the dance.
Prerequisite: Intermediate West Coast Swing
Viennese Waltz classes are in mid-session.
We are the only studio in San Diego that lets students repeat many
classes for FREE! In order to continue doing this we have created the
Repeat Pass, which the student receives on the second meeting of class,
after that ask your instructor. When the course ends ask the registrar for
your pass. The student must show the repeat pass every class when
repeating. Repeat passes will not be replaced so please keep your passes.
When a repeat pass is lost the registrar may print out the studentís
record of classes taken and this can be used instead of a Repeat Pass.
This will make it possible for us to continue this system. It expedites
the registration process. We feel it is important for the student to be
able to repeat in order to learn but the administration is a lot of work
and we need your help and cooperation so that we may continue to offer
this service. Thank you!
Why we rotate partners!
Most social dance schools rotate students. Through years
of experience we have noticed that this is what works best. It creates a
positive atmosphere in the class. Students whether in a couple or single
learn more effectively when they rotate partners. It minimizes students
teaching/criticizing each other (couples are notorious for this).
Criticism and amateurs trying to teach is detrimental to the learning
process. In my 23 years of experience I have learned that the class runs
more efficiently when all the students are rotating. I have been teaching
these classes since 1983 with about 500 students in classes weekly now. We
have had a lot of success using our system.
Alternatives to class instruction (where we always
rotate partners) follow:
1. Private lesson with an instructor.
2. Semi-private/small group of your own with an instructor.
3. If you are in a class (after 1st class), we will gladly refund your
money, just give the instructor your mailing information.