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Promenade - A New Class of Dancing - Orange County / Irvine / Newport Beach, California!
Dance lessons in ballroom, salsa, swing, wedding choreography, tango, nightclub, country, latin, social, and competition dancesport. Studio lesson instruction classes taught by top professional teachers.
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Promenade is proud to be a leader in the dance industry. We offer dance lessons in ballroom, salsa, swing, wedding first dance choreography, tango, nightclub, country, latin, west coast swing, social, competition dancesport and much more! You name it... we teach it... All studio lesson instruction classes are taught by top professional teachers.
Whether you are a beginner looking to learn how to Swing, Salsa, and Tango, a seasoned competition dancer, or just an enthusiast looking to pick up a couple of steps for weddings, parties, and dances, Promenade has the perfect program for you. Wedding couples... go directly to our wedding page.
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Promenade proudly services all of Orange County! We are within 15 minutes of everywhere... Newport Beach, South Coast Metro, Irvine, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Mission Viejo, Aliso Viejo, Laguna, Anaheim, Anaheim Hills, Fountain Valley, Fullerton, Buena Park, Corona Del Mar, Balboa, Crystal Cove, Foothill Ranch, El Toro, Garden Grove, Orange, Yorba Linda, Corona, Seal Beach, Long Beach, Sunset Beach, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Juan Capistrano, San Clemente, Westminster, Trabuco Canyon, Surfside, Dana Point, Tustin, Brea... And Near You!
Call or email today to take advantage of one of our new student specials and you can be dancing tonight! Your first private lesson is Only $20! Our dance education is the finest available in Orange County... Try us, and we'll show you why!
You name it, we teach it!
Whether you are a beginner looking to learn how to Swing, Salsa, and Tango, a seasoned competition dancer, or just an enthusiast looking to pick up a couple of steps for weddings and parties, Promenade has the perfect program for you.
Promenade personally tailors each program to reach the goals of each individual student! It's your goals that we keep in mind... just tell us where you plan to see yourself dancing, and we'll take it from there! We know that partner dancing is a social activity, so we teach all our lessons to so that you are developing a "dance partnership."
Private lessons are best way to learn! Your instructor will work 1-on-1 with you alone or with your partner to teach everything you need to "hold your own" on the dance floor! Your on your way to developing a strong partnership together!
Getting Married? Gotta Big Date? Honeymoon? Formal Event?
Congrats on the big day! With our "Personally Designed" private lesson programs, you'll learn all you need to hold your own on the dance floor, whether you want to learn a few steps for the Big Day, Event, or even a Cruise or Trip. Learn some traditional and some contemporary to make that special day even more memorable! The best part is you will be developing a dance partnership that you can share together for the rest of your lives!
Have a special song to dance to? We specialize in first dance wedding choreography that is easy to remember and won't become one more stress in your life... your dance lessons will be a break from life that you'll greatly need and be looking forward to. More info? View our First Dance Wedding page!
100% Satisfaction Guarantee!
Promenade has one rule... All our lessons must be Fun & Easy! Our nationally ranked staff are the most qualified in the dance industry, with continual training in the hottest dances, techniques, and styles! We are so sure that we will get you to every goal you desire... we even offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee!
Looking for a New Hobby? Try DanceSport!
Step into the HOTTEST new trend... Competitive Ballroom Dancing known as DanceSport! Beyond specializing in teaching new dancers, as a leader in the dance industry, you too can go beyond the normal realm of dance lessons to become a competitor! Just ask your instructor!
The Mission of Promenade
Promenade shall strive to exceed every expectation in order to create both a positive dance entertainment experience and exciting learning environment. We believe that great service begins with leadership. By hiring the highest quality staff and giving them respect, the best training, and opportunity, we'll meet every desired goal to make each experience at Promenade better than the last.
We want every moment with your Promenade instructor to be spent with your learning and pure enjoyment in mind! It's Fun, It's Easy... We Guarantee It!
Looking for a great dance teacher? Make sure s/he is Certified Pro!
Our staff specializes in getting you to your goals in as short and easy time as possible! You'll be using your new steps in no time! Each instructor is professionally certified in all the hottest dances and styles... you name it... we'll teach it and make you the type of dancer you want to become. Our teachers know how to make your experience both fun and easy while learning the right techniques being danced out there today! Check out our Code of Ethics as defined by the NDCA.
Congrats on the big day! With our "personally designed" private lesson programs, you'll learn all you need to hold your own on the dance floor as well as be developing a dance partnership that you can share together for the rest of your lives! We specialize in first dance wedding choreography that is easy to remember and won't become one more stress in your life.
Your First Dance...
This is the most special moment in your newly married life. It is the first wedding ritual you two will share as a married couple that you will continue to use and cherish together... it will remind you of the romance that brought you together to date and become engaged in the first place.
How Do We Pick That "Perfect Song?"
Just as weddings have become more unique, so have first wedding dances. Ask yourself, what song makes me think only of my fiance? What song makes us want to share that moment together? Though the traditional wedding waltz and foxtrot are still popular, today's contemporary slow songs, Top 40's music, and even Classic Rock, Rock and Roll, and Country music, all have dances associated with them. Find what you like, and we'll do the rest. The newest trend... start with a traditional slow dance, and then cut it loose to a hot Salsa, Swing, or Tango! If you need some help finding songs, see our sample song list.
How Soon Before The Wedding Should We Take Lessons?
As soon as possible! Though you may think it should be last on your list, remember that only three things will stay with you after the wedding: your love, the rings, and your ability to dance. Take the time to do it right, not have it be "another thing we gotta do." Though we often do it in less than a month, we suggest coming in around 4 to 6 months in advance of the big day. And then come for a touch up the week before. Having a theme wedding?.. How about even having us show the bridal party and your parents a thing or two? Don't forget about the father-daughter and mother-son dance.
What Should I Look For In A Dance School?
How about a teacher that is a certified professional, and who specializes in wedding couples. Your are the right place. Promenade teachers teach more wedding couples than any other Orange County studio! We take every detail into account so that you can have the most memorable dance that the crowd will love, you can easily dance, and you can continue to share for years down the road. With your private lessons, we have a 100% satisfaction guarantee that you will be pleased with your final product!
Why Does Slow Dancing Always Look So Bad?
Your wedding dance doesn't have to look like the Jr. Prom. With a great intro and ending, some fancy steps, the proper fame, and lead and follow, you can transform the dull hunched-over swaying back-and-forth into a beautiful, flowing demonstration of grace and romance. You'll be amazed how easy and fun it is to learn the right way, and how fast you'll be able to do it. Remember... this is what we specialize in!
What About The Other Stuff At The Reception?
So you like Alternative, Hip Hop, Top 40's, Heavy Metal, Latin, or Country music? Not only can we show you the basics needed to make your song special, we actually suggest that you learn a variety of dances, so that you can dance to everything at the reception and beyond. How about a slow dance, some swing, some salsa? Where ever you go, you two can share your gift of dance! You have always said that you wanted to learn to dance, so your wedding is your excuse! Put in the investment that will pay dividends for the rest of your lives together.
Picked a song? Need a suggestion?
Since we specialize in teaching for weddings, we know that every couple and every wedding is different. We will take your strengths to make the best "show dance" we can. Bring your own song, or let us find something for you that fits your personality. Here are a few suggestions.
PROFESSIONAL CODE OF ETHICS
All registrants and member organizations of the NDCA have agreed to abide by a code of ethics which guides dance teachers to remain true to the best interests of their students (clients) to the best of their ability; to maintain an appropriate level of education and experience necessary to enhance the student’s instruction; to behave in a positive and constructive manner at all times; and to utilize truth, fairness and integrity in the development of professional decisions and relationships.
Ethical Practical Guidelines for NDCA Recognized Dance Teachers
These guidelines have been prepared by the Ethics Committee of the NDCA and follow industry standards for teachers of dance and closely related professions. They are intended to provide all dance teachers guidance in the daily business relationship of teacher/student in all settings from dance studio to one-on-one instruction. They should be posted in a prominent place and distributed to all students.
I. The Best Interests of The Student Come First
A. A Dance teacher’s responsibility is to provide a safe and healthy environment by ensuring that facilities conform to minimum safety and space requirements with suitable, safe flooring, sufficient lighting and appropriate sound system.
B. A Dance teacher should clearly define the goals to be achieved and the approximate time period including the number of lessons suggested in order to meet the student’s needs and expectations — not the teacher’s financial requirements.
C. A dance teacher will not recommend various dance-related products or services (i.e.: dance tapes, shoes, etc.) unless it will benefit the student and/or enhance the educational experience. In the event the Dance teacher will gain financially upon purchase of these items, it may be prudent to disclose this to the student.
D. A dance teacher should understand the role of dance in the development of the whole person.
II. Maintain A Professional Relationship
A. A dance teacher respects a student’s right to privacy and should focus on the business relationship - not the student’s personal life. In most cases, conversations, behavior, and results should remain confidential. If requested by the student, identity may be kept confidential as well.
B. Physical contact should be professional and appropriate at all times during instruction.
C. A dance teacher should never sexually, economically or otherwise exploit his or her professional relationship with a supervisor, employee, colleague, client or student. Furthermore, sexually oriented jesting and inappropriate physical contact should be avoided at all times.
D. If the dance teacher is unable to maintain a professional relationship no matter why, then it is incumbent upon the dance teacher to either terminate the relationship or refer the student to an appropriate professional.
III. Education and Experience Are Paramount
A. A dance teacher should possess the experience, knowledge, and qualifications as required to instruct at each dance level.
B. A dance teacher should be aware of limitations in and ensure that they’re capable of providing services claimed.
C. A dance teacher should keep abreast of new developments and practices in the dance industry in order to provide the highest quality dance instruction and education.
IV. Guide Professional Decisions and Relationships in a Truthful and Fair Manner
A. In all professional and business relations the dance teacher should exhibit honesty, integrity and trustworthiness and show respect for clients and colleagues. A dance teacher shall not discredit, malign or in a any way cast reflection on the professional standing of another school/studio or teacher.
B. A dance teacher should accurately portray his or her qualifications to the public especially in advertising material and avoid any ambiguity or exaggeration. All information should be presented completely to help students make informed decisions. A dance teacher should refrain from making false claims about his or her accomplishments or affiliations.
C. Contracts, pricing and policies should be clear, concise, easy to understand and administered consistently.
D. A dance teacher should never solicit business from another teacher or studio.
E. A dance teacher should never discriminate based on race, creed, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, physical handicap or nationality.
F. In the event a disagreement or conflict occurs, a dance teacher should rely on the facts, actual behavior and positive communication, avoiding judgmental statements, gossip, directing blame or other negative responses.
V. Maintain a Professional Image and Conduct
A. A dance teacher should maintain a professional appearance by avoiding all forms of substance abuse, smoking in inappropriate circumstances and by using proper hygiene.
B. A dance teacher should use appropriate speech and attire suitable for the teaching of dance.
C. A dance teacher should strive to foster a love of dance, to develop self-discipline and selfmotivation among students, and to encourage and support the individual in class and performance.
D. A dance teacher should demonstrate professional attitudes to include punctuality, reliability and responsible care of students.
VI. Maintain Appropriate Business Practices
A. A dance teacher shall fulfill all legal requirements such as, but not limited to, becoming bonded and insured; registering business name, adhering to staff ad business contracts and payment of applicable taxes.
B. A dance teacher employed by a dance school, studio (business) shall not resign without reasonable and customary notice to his employer.
C. A dance teacher should ensure that fee structures are made available in writing upon request.
D. A dance teacher shall refund unused monies to students according to published policies.
E. A dance teacher should distribute scholarships won or earned by their students according to published policies of the studio and/or the National Dance Council of America.
VII. Overseas Visiting Coaches
A. A dance teacher or Studio inviting overseas visiting coaches should provide these coaches with the NDCA Code of Ethics and the Ethical Practical Guidelines for NDCA recognized dance teachers.
B. Overseas visiting coaches should comply with the NDCA Code of Ethics and adhere to the ethical practical guidelines where appropriate.
The National Dance Council of America (NDCA) is a non-profit educational organization founded in 1948 whose purpose is to provide, on a nationwide basis, a united inter-association agency that meets biannually to represent the interests of those in the dance profession and other dance-related entities and organizations, and to act as the agency for cooperation with similar councils in other countries. To conduct a continuing campaign for the establishment and the maintenance of high standards in dance education, and to acquaint the public with the nature and benefits of these standards, and to recognize the status of and guide the ethical behavior of qualified dance teachers affiliated to member organizations of this council.
Since 1948, the NDCA and it’s member organizations have set the highest standards in education and certification for all professionals working in the field of dance instruction. As we move into the 21st century, the NDCA is committed to making sure the public is educated regarding certification.
Benefits of Dancing
Everyone learns to dance for various reasons... determined to start a new hobby you have been promising yourself, wanna lose weight, increase self-confidence, have more fun from your social life, or even meet that special someone? Promenade has everything you need to meet all of your goals and desires.
More Fun & Enjoyment
The first thing you'll realize is how much fun it is to learn to dance! The rhythms, partnership, atmosphere, movements, and music, come together to make one of the most satisfying experiences you'll ever have.
The beauty of social dancing lies in the intimate personal contact between two people. This makes every partnership special and grow stronger with time. Dancing is a skill that the two of you will share for the remainder of your lives. Ignite a new spark, or fan the flame that has been burning... dancing can make every dream and desire come true.
Exercise and Lose Weight
Studies have shown partner dancing exerts just as much energy as swimming or running. Become healthier & more fit, just by having the time of your life! Exercise has become the leading reason people have learned to social dance. Can you really dance yourself to health? See what the experts say.
Meet New Friends
Since learning to dance is skill that stay with you for the rest of you life, the benefit of being able to continuously meet new people will never disappear. Dancing is a social activity! Meeting new and exciting people is half the fun. Promenade is the perfect stop to meet a new group of friends to share your new hobby with, just go out for a drink, or meet that special someone.
Relieve Stress and Improve Self Confidence
The physical exertion of dancing and the atmosphere of live dancing, creates one of the most effective stress releases available. Social dancing is the best way to relax, while also developing a new hobby.
Improve your Golf Swing?
Yes, the fun of learning to dance, improves every aspect of your daily life. You'll stand more proud, feel healthier, and gain more self control in everything you do. Dancing is the only true all-around activity that improves both physical and mental well-being. Learning to dance increases grace, poise, and posture. The dancer who can hold his own in any social situation will quickly and easily convert this to all aspects of life!
You used to only be able to dream about your wishes coming true... now you can dance them into existence! Just decide what you want and with the new positive image that learning to dance will bring you... it can be yours! Learning to dance pays dividends for the rest of your life!
Reprinted from January, 1994, Mayo Clinic Health Letter with permission of Mayo Foundation for Medical Education & Research, Rochester, MN 55905
Jazz up your fitness routine with a regular dose of dancing!
Evelyn resolved that in 1994 she’d exercise regularly. But it’s only the beginning of the new year and she’s already bored with her new stationary bike. The rowing machine and treadmill at the YMCA hold little appeal. When a friend coaxed her to go along for an evening of free dance lessons, she realized exercise doesn’t have to be a chore.
It’s true. Whether you’re swirling across the dance floor to a Strauss Waltz or doing do-si-dos to the commands of a square dance caller, you’re getting exercise - and probably having fun too.
Dancing pairs you up with more than a partner.
From burning calories to socializing with friends, dancing offers these health benefits:
Calories - Dancing can burn as many calories as walking, swimming or riding a bicycle. During a half-hour of dancing you can burn between 200 and 400 calories. One factor that determines how many calories you’ll expend is the distance you travel. In, one study, researchers attached pedometers to square dancers and found that each person covered five miles in a single evening.
Cardiovascular Conditioning - Regular exercise can lead to a slower heart rate, lower blood pressure and improved cholesterol profile. Experts typically recommend 30 - 40 minutes of continuous activity three or four times a week. Dancing may not provide all the conditioning you need, but it can help. The degree of cardiovascular conditioning depends on how vigorously you dance, how long you dance continuously, and how regularly you do it.
Strong Bones - The side to side movements of many dances strengthens you weight bearing bones (tibia, fibula and femur) and can help prevent or slow loss of bone mass (osteoporosis).
Rehabilitation - If you’re recovering from heart or knee surgery, movement may be part of your rehabilitation. Dancing is a positive alternative to aerobic dancing or jogging.
Sociability - Dancing contains a social component that solitary fitness endeavors don’t. It gives you an opportunity to develop strong social ties which contribute to self-esteem and a positive outlook.
Tomorrow night when you consider settling down for a little television, turn on the music instead. After a few spins around the living room, you’ll have so much fun you may forget you’re exercising.
Classes and Lessons
Promenade dance instructors are professionally certified to teach you the right way! We know there is a difference between "dancing" and "taking dance lessons," so we design all of our programs around each student individually to have you dancing at the level you desire in as short a time as possible... and look natural doing it!
Introductory Dance Lesson!
Everyone learns to dance for different reasons, so we offer you your first lesson dance evaluation for Only $20! On that session we'll teach you the basics to what you'd like to learn, and as well, your instructor will be able to evaluate your strengths and weaknesses based on how you learn. We can then help you to plan for where we can get you in the next few lessons, depending upon how good you would like to become or the event you are looking to learn for. We will personally design the course best suited for your goals and desires.
Private lessons, the core to Promenade teaching, are the best way to learn. You will be able to learn at your pace and be given all the important techniques when you are ready for them. Private lessons allow you to develop a dance style that fits your personality. Convenience is the greatest benefit of private lessons... we can schedule them as it fits your schedule... 10 AM to 10 PM, 7 days a week!
Groups classes are a great suppliment to your private instruction. They allow you to practice the steps you've learned in a controlled environment, work on your lead and follow with various partners, and get that practice time "you keep saying you're gonna do." Our classes run in series, usually starting the first week of each month. Call or email to check out when the next set starts.
Practice Parties and Nightlife
Practice Parties are our "battle conditions" at the studio. You can come to socialize and give your steps a try before going out on your own. Our teachers are there to help you with your floorcraft and just "let loose" in a dance lesson atmosphere.
But there is no need to wait for a Promenade Event to start using your dancing... check out the local scene for Latin and Swing Nites! Social dancing is everywhere! Once you learn to dance, you'll find that you are using your dancing places you never expected... weddings, street fairs, bars, concerts, and parties!
DanceSport Competitions and Shows
Promenade continually promotes competitive level social dancing (DanceSport) not only through an expertise in instruction, but through sponsorship of DanceSport shows, exhibitions, and lecture/coaching series' by the the top competitive dancers of today.
Interested in competition... want to watch a competition like on TV... interested becoming a competition or DanceSport sponsor? Promenade continuously supports DanceSport competition throughout the United States and world.
Just interested in dancing for fun? Come watch and help us to support and throughout pop culture. All the top couples started right where you are now... having fun! Ask your instructor for more info!
Rhythm Is Gonna Get Ya!
Today's music contains all the rhythms & excitement to create great dancers. Latin music's modern rhythmic influence is taking the charts by storm. Swing is the one true American dance influencing every generation. It is a necessity for any social situation. Romantic ballroom dances are the backbone to all dancing. The grace and poise of a comfortable dancer stays in the mind of any watcher.
Learn To Swing!!!
Swing is the one true American dance needed to hold your own in just about every social situation. From Big Band to Contemporary Top 40's, Swing music and dancing continues to be a major influence in American pop culture. No matter what generation you are from... Swing is a dance you'll need and come across in every social situation! Here are your steps... Give it a try and have a little head start before coming in for your first session!
Dance Position: Face your lady, hold both hands with your palms up, don't release, and just keep smiling!
Dance Position: Face your man, hold both hands with your palms down, don't release, and just keep smiling!
Now that you have the basic step... give it a shot: put on a little big band, jazz, or contemporary swing! In no time at all, you'll be Jump, Jive, and Wailin' In The Mood! Launch a Practice Song!
Are There More Steps?
Of course! This is just the basic step to wet your appetite and get you moving. On your lessons we'll be teaching you every hot step you'll need based on where you are going to be using your dancing! If you like this... you'll love flowing to the smooth ballroom and shakin' it to the rhythmic hot salsa!
What else ya got besides this Swing stuff?
name it... We teach it! Just to name a few...
Dance FAQs Facts
Whether you just want to learn a few things for wedding choreography or even take up dancing as a hobby, after learning to dance, your life will never be the same! Though the best way to get all of your questions and concerns answered is to just call or email, here are some of the most common questions we get.
How many lessons does it take?
Now that's an impossible question to answer, however... That depends upon a number or factors, like: the number of dances you would like to learn; if you keep a consistent schedule with your lessons; and your individual strengths and weaknesses. The quickest way is just to come in and have fun... your lessons should not be stressful, they should be fun and relaxing... that's how you'll get further, quicker.
How much do dance lessons cost?
Your first private lesson is Only $20! After your introductory session, that can vary among the different programs. We understand that money is always an issue, and private lesson programs will cost more than group lessons, but on your introductory session, we will plan with you to find the best solution. On our intro programs, you could spend as little as $10 per session up to $60 per session. Also, our private lesson rates are based on the teacher's time, not the number of people, so it's like getting a 2-for-1 deal!
What's the advantage of private lessons? Or group classes?
That depends upon your goals and your time frame. If you need wedding choreography, then privates are the only way to go. With private lessons you will learn at your pace and get the advanced techniques sooner, since your teacher can take you from the point you are at each lesson. Group lessons serve as a good introduction to the basic steps and can give you a "taste" of what it'll be like to know how to dance.
What should I/we wear?
Wear what is comfortable. Most people dress "nicely casual." When first learning you don't need special shoes, however, dress shoes with leather soles have a tendency to stick much less to the floor than shoes with rubber soles.
Do I need a dance partner?
Of course learning to dance with a partner has it's advantages, but we are around 50/50 singles and couples... you'll be right at home in an atmosphere where you can meet other singles or couples. Remember, dancing is a "social" activity. Improve your life... learn to dance!
So what makes Promenade think they're so good?
Well, we don't like to pat our own backs (okay, yes we do)... We specialize in teaching all levels from beginners up to professionals in all styles of dance, including ballroom, latin and salsa, swing, country, dancesport, and more. All Promenade teachers are professionally certified through a recognized National Dance Counsel of America training program. We know how to make your learning experience both fun and easy, while also teaching you the newest and hottest steps and techniques!
Where are you located?
Our headquarters is our beautiful new art deco Promenade Avant Garde Ballroom conveniently centrally located near the SCM 405/55/73 intersections at 4220 Scott Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660, however we have convenient locations throughout the Orange County / Los Angeles Metroplex... Contact us and let us know what is convenient to you. Promenade is 15 minutes from everywhere!
Can I give dancing as a gift or surprise?
Or course you can! Let us know what special event you have in mind and we will do our best to make it all you wish it can be. Also, check out our Online Gift Certificate specials.
So what am I waiting for?
We don't know, you tell us... Call or Email now!
How soon can I start?
The beauty of Promenade is the convenient scheduling! Though the popular time slots may fill quicker, with our staff strength, we can probably get you dancing tonight! We're on when you're off!
Promenade Online Store
Promenade is proud to be a leader in the dance industry! No dance enthusiast is totally complete without having the right music, clothes, shoes, and more! Promenade affiliates with all of the top vendors around the world! Get it all here online!
Dance Lesson Gift Certificates!
Online Special: 3 half-hour private introductory dance sessions for only $79! The lessons can be used as the bearer wishes. To learn a few new steps, as a beginning to a great hobby, or even freshen up past lessons! Best off... it is good for singles and couples!
Promenade Logo Gear
Show that you are a real Promenade dancer... Wear it and use it! Polo's, t-shirts, and gifts are what every dancers needs... Log wear make the perfect compliment to your gift certificate purchases! Get great gift items likes mugs, shoe bags, backpacks, and more!
Dance Music and Videos
Get the tunes! Traditional to Contemporary... It's the music that drives the dancing! Promenade caries a full line of music and videos for both your entertainment and educational desires. Get the tunes for practicing, throwing your own dance party, or just relaxing.
Wedding and Party Goods and Supplies
It's the big day! And your first dance officially begins your new "partnership" together! You have enough to worry about... at least let us take care of the dancing side of it all! We even have great wedding partnerships with local and national wedding sites and businesses!
Dance Shoes and Practice Wear
Dress to Impress! Dance to Impress! Take the next step to your hobby dancing... get the proper shoes and clothes! You will never improve more than when you first step out onto the floor with the "whole package!" Promenade partners with the finest vendors around!
Health and Beauty Supplies
Look good, feel good, and Dance Great! Dancing is a great part of a healthy lifestyle. Learning to dance makes you feel good and look even better. Compliment your dancing with proper health and beauty supplies. Take your new outlook from the dance floor to your social life!
Promenade Dance (Link) Partners
Promenade knows that in numbers we all grow stronger. Please support those who support us... Also, if you are a vendor of interest to Promenade dancers, be sure to send us an inquiry. Visit Our Link Partners
Can I personalize my Purchases?
Of course... You let us know what we can do for you and we do our best to make your gift dance experience the most special it can be.
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