With our central location in Middletown, CT, we are your go-to studio for everything ballroom dance in CT!
Ballroom Dance is one of the best ways to spice up your exercise routine, your relationship, and your social life! We offer ballroom and latin dance lessons, wedding dance lessons, social events, and competitions for all ages and abilities.
Our Middletown, CT ballroom dance instructors have achieved extensive professional certifications coupled with professional competitive dancing experience to cater to all levels and styles of ballroom dance.
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Ballroom Dance Lessons For All Ages, All Levels
Whether you’ve danced before or are brand new to dance, the Fred Astaire Dance Studios of Middletown can bring the benefits of dance to you! Ballroom dance has been shown to help improve mobility and flexibility, increase emotional well-being, and reduce the risk for cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Studies show that ballroom dance may even help to ward off Alzheimer’s disease and dementia! Let us help you get up, get moving, and have fun through dance. We can’t wait to show you what dance can do for you!
- Come with a partner or come by yourself. No partner is needed for lessons.
- Kids dance lessons – Adult dance lessons – Couples dance lessons – Senior dance lessons
- Private dance lessons with customized instruction by our certified instructors. Tailored to your level, learning style, and unique goals.
- Dance lessons are available in-person at our newly renovated location. We also offer online dance lessons.
DID YOU KNOW? Dancing reduces the risk of dementia. According to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, adults who danced three or more times per week were 76% less likely to get dementia. Dancing protects you from dementia more so than doing puzzles and twice as much as reading does.
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Spotlight on WALTZ! Waltz started in Austria during the 1700’s in order to ease the very rigid and complicated moves of old ballroom dance. Waltz was the beginning of free form dance, but was seen as scandalous to upper classes that continued to dance the minuets. Although this dance was shocking at first, the Waltz became popular in Britain during the Regency period because it was deemed appropriate by the highly respected Dorothea Lieven, wife of the Russian ambassador.
Viennese Waltz demonstration from Middletown studio owner Andrew Kerski and one of our fabulous students!
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Are you or someone you know planning for a wedding? Learn more about our special wedding dance offer here.