Private Dance Lessons in West Coast Swing
Payment for the lesson is done at either the start or end of the lesson. We accept credit card, cash, Paypal, Venmo, Zelle, and check.
We have four time slots available on Monday and Wednesday evenings:
• 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
• 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
• 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
• 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Location: 601A Dickman Ave, Monterey, CA 93940
Cost: $80 for 55 minutes for up to two people per lesson. This means you may either take the lesson by yourself or yourself and a dance partner.
Please note, if the date and time you are looking for are not shown in STEP 2 of the booking calendar below, then that means those date/time slots are already booked.
Do I need a dance partner to take a private dance lesson?
No. Whether you are a follower or a leader in this dance, we can work with you.
Will you choreograph our wedding dance?
No. We don’t teach choreography. While West Coast Swing can be choreographed just like any other dance, it is not our aim to teach in that manner. However, what we teach you, you can use on the wedding dance floor and have fun!
How can I pay for my private dance lesson?
For payment of a private lesson, we take mainly cash and check. However, we can also accept Venmo, PayPal, and Zelle. We accept payment at the end (or beginning) of the private lesson.
I can’t make it to my private dance lesson, can I cancel?
If you must cancel, please try to give us as much notice ahead of time as you can. We understand things come up, and you might even forget you scheduled a private lesson. But it is courteous, and much appreciated to give as much a heads up as possible.
How did Rene and Jennifer learn to dance West Coast Swing?
By taking group dance classes, taking private dance lessons, and social dancing. Jennifer and Rene have both been dancing West Coast Swing for nearly 15 years. They have also both competed in West Coast Swing dance competitions since 2009. During that time, they have both taken private lessons from the top Champion and All-Star dancers on the West Coast Swing dance circuit. You can learn more about this by visiting the World Swing Dance Council website.