New Student INFORMATION
NEWCOMER INTRO classes are slowest-paced and focus on rhythm, timing and partnering, with very simple patterns.
BEGINNING -1 (BRONZE 1 ) classes are quicker-paced and more detailed than INTRO classes.
BEGINNING - 2 (BRONZE 2 ) classes add more foundation patterns and skills
INTERMEDIATE and ADVANCED classes include more advanced variations and technique, building on earlier skills.
Note: Classes usually begin the first week of the month.
Check out our Current Two Month Class Calendarfor an overview of Dancewell classes and events. Registerto see a traditional Calendar view. Note: Classes usually begin the first week of each month
Register Online, on Facebook, on our DanceWell PDX Phone App or in person at the studio. Prepaying online saves $$ and ensures your spot in the next class as current students.
Our Weekly Party Practicums are for practicing what you’ve learned and becoming part of the community.
View directions to the studios, and photos of the buildings on our Contact Page
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Questions? Call Linda at 503-241-0460 ext.0 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Some dances are easier to learn than others. NOTE: This does NOT mean you should not learn the dance you want -- just that it may be a little more difficult until you have developed movement and partnering skills.
For descriptions of the dances see Dance Style Descriptions
|Easiest to Learn
4-count Swing Hustle (also called Disco or Hustle)
East Coast Swing (simple rhythm)
Salsa or Mambo
Nightclub Two Step
West Coast Swing
International (Slow) or American
International Cha Cha