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Group Classes

Social Styles – Partner Dancing

Intro To Social Dance

I2SD logoTuesdays 7:00 – 8:00 PM

What To Expect:
Intro To Social Dance is a fun introduction to six essential social dances: Waltz, East Coast Swing, Tango, Rumba, Foxtrot, and Cha Cha. Each week we’ll cover two dances and we rotate the dances every week. After 6 weeks, you’ll have learned the beginner basics of all six dances and will be able to dance comfortably to a variety of different music.

This class is designed for absolute beginners; you don’t need any prior experience or even a partner to join the fun.

Many people feel a wee-bit intimidated / terrified at the thought of signing up for a dance class. Rest assured, this will be WAY easier and more fun than you ever thought possible. The secret is…if yoimg_0056u’ve never been taught to dance, how could you possibly know how to dance?! Didn’t you have to learn how to read, how to tie a shoe lace, and how to parallel park? (I’m still working on that one btw “-)

This is where we come in – we teach you HOW to dance. Yep, it’s possible. In fact, we have a whole business thingy where we do just that. We would be so sad if only coordinated, naturally gifted and graceful people signed up for class because we couldn’t do our jobs 🙂

So saddle up partner and let’s get dancing!

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Intro To Salsa & Bachata


Fridays 7:00 – 8:30 PM

What To Expect:

Intro To Salsa & Bachata is a beginner group class focusing on Salsa, a fast and spicy Latin dance, and Bachata, a slow and sensual dance from the Dominican Republic. Have you ever wanted to go out dancing at a nightclub or lounge? This class is for you! We’ll start from step one and guide you through essential elements and simple combinations so you can succeed on the dance floor. IMG_1621

Would you love to have confidence to go up to a hottie at the club and ask them to dance? Wouldn’t it be great to be so sure of your skills that you actually enjoyed going out and dancing? That’s what this class is all about – giving you the freedom to make new friends, meet new people, and have a fabulous time social dancing.

This class is designed for absolute beginners; you don’t need any prior experience or even a partner to join the fun. We make it easy to get started – just sign up, show up and we’ll take it from there. After just one class you WILL be dancing, after a few weeks you’ll feel more confident, and after a month or two, you’ll be relaxed and ready to hit the clubs.

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Intro To Argentine Tango

IMG_6366 2Thursday 7:00 – 8:00 PM

What To Expect:

Argentine Tango is an improvisational social dance. As such, rather than learning full figures, we’ll teach you the essential elements (the language) of Tango. The most basic of these elements is walking, which is where we will begin. As you continue you’ll learn how to connect with your partner so you can combine elements in musical ways to create a beautiful dance experience. After 8 weeks you’ll feel comfortable with basic Tango elements and will have an appreciation of the power and magic of this dance.
This class is designed for absolute beginners; you don’t need any prior experience or even a partner to learn to dance Tango. Join us and discover why the beauty of Argentine Tango has enraptured the world.

Smooth Operator

IMG_8684Wednesday 7:00 – 8:00 PM
(Smooth Operator alternates with Feel The Rhythm every month)

What To Expect:
Smooth Operator is a 3-month program that focuses on the Smooth (Ballroom) style dances: Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot. Each month we’ll cover one dance so you can build your repertoire of fun steps for the social dance floor. We’ll also introduce proper technique, frame, posture, and lead/follow skills to ensure your success at higher level classes. By the end of the program you’ll have plenty of smooth moves to show off on the dance floor 🙂

  • Prerequisites for Smooth Operator:
    – 2-4 months of Intro To Social Dance
    – Suede-soled dance shoes are also required.

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Feel The Rhythm

IMG_8275Wednesday 7:00 – 8:00 PM
(Feel The Rhythm alternates with Smooth Operator every month)

What To Expect:
Feel The Rhythm is a 3-month program that builds upon your foundation from Intro to Social Dance. Each month will focus on one of the Rhythm dances:  Cha Cha, Rumba, and East Coast Swing.  After this program you’ll be able to move your hips to the rhythms of the world!

  • Prerequisites for Feel The Rhythm:
    – Completion of Intro To Social Dance.
    – Suede-soled dance shoes are also required.

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Step Up Salsa & Bachata


Friday 8:30 – 10:00 PM

What To Expect:
Step Up Salsa & Bachata builds upon your foundation from Intro To Salsa & Bachata.  Learn exciting new moves, add style to your dancing, and refine your lead/follow skills.  Take your skills to the next level when you sign up today!

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Solo/Fitness Styles
Belly Dance

BellyDancingFundraiser-9Monday 5:30 – 6:30 PM
Thursday 6:00 – 7:00 PM

What To Expect:

Our studio is a warm and welcoming space for you to explore and enjoy learning the beautiful art of Belly Dance. This class is open to all levels of dancers, including absolute beginners. This class begins with a warm-up and instruction on basic movements, and then progresses to dancing to music and learning fun choreographies

Belly Dancing is a folk dance from the Middle East that has become stylized over the centuries. Belly imageDancers use every part of her body – perhaps the hips most of all. This dance is characterized by precise and isolated movements while keeping the rest of the body still and under control. Belly Dancing is known for it’s fluid, graceful, and feminine movements. Colorful costumes add to the mystique. Some dancers choose to expose their midriff while performing, but this is completely optional, and women of all shapes and sizes can learn to be exquisite dancers. An interesting note is that this dance, believe it or not, is traditionally performed most often for other women, and is a fun female bonding experience.

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Line Dance

img_6552Monday 6:30 – 7:30 PM

Enjoy dancing and build friendships when you join our diverse group of all ages and backgrounds.  In this class you’ll learn current and classic line dances while getting fit and having fun!


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Intro To Polynesian Dance

IMG_1316Sunday 2:00 – 3:30 PM

What To Expect:
Move your body to the beautiful rhythms of the Polynesian Islands! Two of the most well-known and entertaining traditions of the Polynesian Islands are the dances of Hula, from Hawaii, and Ori Tahiti, from Tahiti. Hula is fluid and graceful while Ori Tahiti is more rhymic and emphasizes the hips. Although each dance has a unique flavor, they are similar in that they both began as accompaniments to the oral storytelling traditions of these Pacific islands. Through dance they convey the literal meaning of a tale. Come be part of the story with us!

In this class you’ll learn proper form, technique, and basic terminology. We will also learn the beautiful IMG_1290
choreography that represents the art and grace of the Polynesian islands. No prior experience is needed.

Please wear fitness attire. We will dance in bare feet and use a hip scarf. You may bring your own scarf, or we have a selection of colorful scarves for purchase.

Join us, and experience a taste of the tropics right here in the lowcountry!

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Customized Group Classes

imageDo you have a group of friends or colleagues who want to enjoy a dance class together?  We offer customized group classes to fit your schedule and preferences.  A custom group class is similar to a private lesson in that you may choose the dance or dances you’d like to learn, the class time, and the class participants.  You’ll receive individualized attention from a dedicated teacher and enjoy all the fun of a group setting.  Contact us for details.


We’re excited to have you join the Revolution, and we look forward to dancing with you soon!

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