If you haven’t considered taking up the sport of ballroom dancing, consider this: it’s a fun way to both exercise and socialize, and also a skill you can use for the rest of your life. And while there’s no shortage of ballroom studios across the Valley, Gainey offers incomparable variety in the number of styles they instruct in, including cha cha, rumba, jive, paso doble, samba, waltz, quickstep, tango, foxtrot, tango, mambo, bolero, swing, salsa, merengue, bachata, two-step, hustle, and more.
Gainey’s two locations provide instruction for individuals of all ages and all dancing backgrounds, offering classes for both single learners as well as couples. The studio keeps class enrollment to small groups, ensuring students won’t be intimidated by a crowd and receive plenty of one-on-one instruction. Or, if you think you might still be a tad on the shy side, Gainey instructors grant would-be dancers the option of taking private lessons. However, as dancers progress, Gainey invites students to attend regular large-group gatherings where they can practice what they’ve learned in class in a relaxed social setting.
With decades of experience and a number of championship titles among them, the dance instructors at Gainey are just as comfortable teaching children as they are adults, so contact them for information regarding their youth program, lessons for amateurs and those who wish to compete, and lessons for couples who want to prepare something special for their wedding day celebration.
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