**No partner is ever required for any of our lessons!**

Friday Night Lessons
7:15-7:30 Intermediate Lesson -- These lessons are designed to give dancers a small taste of a move or concept that can be added into their dancing. These are aimed at dancers who are comfortable with their basics in the style being taught. Check our calendar to see what style is being taught each week.
7:45-8:30 Beginner Lesson -- These lessons are for people who are brand new to swing dancing or still working on their basics. Instructors will cover basic movement and patterns to get you on the floor and having fun after just a few minutes. No experience required!

Progressive Lesson Sets
Lessons will be taught in 5 week sets on Mondays in McBryde Hall
$20 for 1 set, $30 for 2

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Balboa -- Mike Cantrell and Allyssa Mark -- 7:00-8:15

This style of swing was developed on the west coast to accommodate packed dance halls and is characterized by small, quick steps. This class will introduce you to the basics of balboa and some of its variations.

Intro to Lindy -- Sarah Turner and Travis Miller-- 8:30 - 9:45

This class is for all those who are new to swing dancing. Instructors will be covering the basics of movement and how to connect to a partner while also teaching some great moves to use on the floor.

Blues -- Michael Guerra -- 8:30-9:45

Blues is recognized for being slower, soulful and mellow. While there are many styles of blues to pull from, this class will be geared toward getting dancers to take their time with their movements as well as getting you dancing to the music that is prevalent in our local area.

Hop Shops

These classes are designed to be smaller to allow our instructors to work with each student on a more personal level than is typically possible in our progressive lessons. You can come prepared with ideas for your dancing that you would like to work on or come see what our instructors have up their sleeves.

We offer these for free on campus periodically throughout the semester. Our next set is TBD