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Best Ballroom Dance Studios In Sacramento

May 9, 2013 5:00 AM

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Get rid of your two left feet by signing up for some ballroom dance classes. The effort is worth it. A few classes at these great studios will take the nerves away from hitting the dance floor. Whether you want to learn the foxtrot, waltz or another form, professional instructors will provide lessons and have you swinging and gliding in beautiful form in no time. Get ready for your upcoming nuptials and perform a first dance that will delight your guests. Or just lose those couple extra pounds with an exercise that’s enjoyable. Whatever your reason for getting out there and trying it, these Sacramento studios all offer great instruction in the form of ballroom dancing.

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Dance Studio 18
2927 Fulton Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95821
(916) 825-2141
www.dancestudio18.com

Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned veteran, Dance Studio 18 will be sure to get your feet moving. Private ballroom dance lessons by the studio’s instructors, Jim and Tina, allow for more personalized time (and growth) with the students. The customized lessons can be used before a wedding or anytime you’re feeling in the mood to dance. Other lessons offered include salsa, belly dancing and swing.

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The Ballroom Of Sacramento
6009 Folsom Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95819
(916) 456-2616
www.theballroomofsacramento.com

The Ballroom of Sacramento is for both non-professionals and those willing to improve on their expertise of footwork. Ballroom dancing includes the foxtrot, waltz and contemporary. It has classes and events for those who want to both learn and experience the joy of dancing. This is more for the adults, although children can learn as well. For those who just enjoy the idea of learning to dance, come on out and try a move or two.

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Malko Dance Academy
2927 Fulton Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95821
(916) 342-6294
www.dancesacmalko.com

Not only does Malko Dance Academy offer ballroom dancing classes, but ethnic and exotic dancing as well. If you are looking to add a little spice to your average dance routine, this is the place to go. It has both private and group ballroom dancing classes, with the opportunity to join a performance team. The first dance lesson is free, so there’s no risk involved.

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Fontaine Dance
1328 Blue Oaks Blvd. Suite 150
Roseville, CA 95678

(916) 773-2535
www.fontainedance.com

Nancy and Steven Fontaine opened their own studio after falling in love with dancing a few years prior. After 23 years of marriage, they realized they had never danced with each other before, and signed up for a lesson. The rest is history. Fontaine dance offers private lessons in ballroom dancing to get you ready for your next event. Social dancing is also available, but the couple recommends private lessons for quicker results. They can even help with wedding dances.

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Spotlight Dance And Fitness
2534 Industrial Blvd., Suite 150
West Sacramento, CA 95691
www.spotlightdancesport.com

Spotlight’s dance studio offers all students one free trial class, followed by package deals that make ballroom dance lessons more affordable. The 7,200-square-foot studio and extensive schedule of classes give students and qualified instructors plenty of room to dance to their heart’s content. Youth classes are also offered, as well as private lessons.

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Camille Wheat is a freelance writer covering all things Sacramento. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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