With our centrally located CT studio, we provide ballroom dance lessons to many students from Wallingford CT!
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? Dance is amazing for your heart! People that are suffering with cardiovascular disease were able to dramatically improve their breathing and overall heart health. A study done by the American Heart Association showed an 18% improvement in oxygen use among dancers. Conversely, only a 16% improvement was seen in the general exercise group. In this study, the Waltz dance was used so add Waltz to your list of dances to learn from one of our certified instructors.
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FUN FACT! Square dancers across America adored the new genre of country music that took off in Nashville in the mid 1920’s. One group of square dancers in Texas started to pick up on the foxtrot and dance it between sets to country music. But legend has it that these tired cowboys added a second step, so that they could change weight to the left foot. Many of these dancers were of German and Polish descent, and thus old world dance moves from the Polka and Landler can be seen in the two step dance moves today.
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