Choosing a Dance

Different Types of Dance to Choose

West Coast Swing

The “Hip Hop Swing”, WC Swing is one of the most fun and versatile dances you could learn. It blends well with almost every music genre.


The most universal dance in the world, Salsa crosses languages and cultures. From Salsa dance clubs to parties, there is Salsa almost every night in Chicago!


Ballroom includes beautiful and flowing “smooth” dances like the Waltz and Tango, to the hot and sizzling “Rhythm” dances such as Cha Cha and Rumba.


Often referred to as “Ballroom with Boots”, Country 2-Step is rounded off with other dances like the Waltz, Cha Cha, Night Club Two, and Swing.

Starting to Dance

What Dance Should I Learn First?

Dance is a language. Learning any language takes time and practice. When getting started with any new dance, we recommend you learn the dance to songs you like. It doesn’t matter if you pick West Coast Swing, salsa, bachata, East Coast Swing, country, or everything in between, learn to dance to music you enjoy listening to.

  • If you listen to top 40 from 60’s to today, rock & roll, blues, R&B, or hip hopStart with West Coast Swing

  • If you listen to Latin musicStart with salsa or bachata.

  • If you listen to big band or the rat pack (Frank Sinatra)Start by learning East Coast Swing

  • If you listen to countryStart by learning West Coast Swing or 2-step

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What is West Coast Swing?

Ballroom Dancing

Should I Learn Ballroom Dancing?

Ballroom dancing has become one of the most popular forms of dance, and as such, is inclusive of most couple’s dance. If you would like to learn any of the ballroom competitive dances, such as Rumba, Tango, Waltz, Foxttrot, or cha cha, we offer the full syllabus of dances from beginning social, all the way to competitive dancing.


Register for Class

If you have purchased a private lesson package or would like to schedule an introductory dance lesson, please complete the form below. If you are not called within 48 hours, please call us at 630-410-1010 between 10am and 4pm, Monday through Friday.

LESSON CERTIFICATES: You must bring your payment receipt or certificate with you to your first appointment along with a completed student information sheet. Expired deals and certificates will always be honored or may be traded for equivalent available services.