The Differences Between Private and Group Dance Lessons
Let’s look at the differences and the benefits of private and group lessons – the Pros & Cons of private dance lessons and group classes:
Group Class Summary: Group classes are a fun and inexpensive way to dance and develop your flow. In group classes you will make friends and build muscle memory in the dances or techniques being offered!
Private lessons Summary: Private lessons aren’t just for the pros. If you’re new, but still want that individual attention to get to your ideal level. Private lessons are designed and tailored specifically for you.
Group dance classes a fun way for adults to learn how to dance basic fundamentals in a variety of dance styles in a friendly social setting. Dance classes are ideal for learning basic techniques and getting comfortable with the fundamentals of specific dance styles. Group classes are a great compliment to private lessons. Group classes are designed to practice what you’ve learned with your instructor, to experience dancing with different people, and most of all – to have fun in a social atmosphere. Group classes are a great way to meet other students and to explore the world of dance with others who share your passions and interests.
Private Lessons – Private lessons are your opportunity to dance with an instructor 1-on-1 (or 2-on-1 if you have a partner). These lessons are especially helpful if you’ve never danced before, you have a specific goal, want to perform or compete, or if you are looking to learn as quickly as possible. In these lessons your instructor can feel exactly what you’re doing and help you create good habits from day 1.
Private dance lessons vs. group lessons: Private dance lessons are usually far better for your progress. Group dance classes are typically better for social experiences.