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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Latin Dance Lessons

Come out and join us every week for Latin Dance Class. Our highly trained instructor teaches a variety of latin dance styles. You can learn how to Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Rumba or Cha Cha. These styles are regularly danced at local nightclubs here in Myrtle Beach. Many of our students go out dancing around town throughout the week. Everyone has a great time dancing and practicing new moves learned in class. Come out and try a class. You will be sure to have lots of fun as well as meet new friends who share a passion for Latin Dance. 
Be sure to check out our calendar for exact dates and times.

Monday, November 16, 2015

Workshops and Dance Party with Calvin King

Come celebrate the birthday of Latin Dance instructor extraordinaire Calvin King on Saturday, December 5th!

Have fun and learn the newest styles in Calvin's Salsa and Bachata workshops from 2pm-4:45pm, and then party the night away at Calvin's Birthday and Holiday Dance Party from 8pm-11pm!

The prices are $25 for one workshop or $35 for both workshops, and $10 for the Dance Party.

Contact us to buy tickets or for more information!

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Introducing Cha Cha & Mambo Dance Class

Join us each week for this fabulous dance class.  

Cha cha and Mambo are two sultry latin dances which incorporate similar movements and footwork. These incredible dance styles are taught each week for one exciting hour of sizzling Cuban motion and sexy body rolls. 

Our brilliant instructor will break down each movement into simple comprehensive steps. You will learn a different pattern each week.  No previous experience necessary.  Drop-ins welcome. Be sure to check out our calendar for class dates and times.

Friday, November 6, 2015

Come Learn to Ballroom Dance

Learning to ballroom dance is fun and it is easy.  In a sense it is like learning a new language, a language in which moods and emotions are expressed in movement; a language of rhythm, grace and harmony.  It is new, but in a very real sense it is the oldest language in the world, for dancing is the oldest form of art.

Ballroom dancing is a wholesome, natural outlet for the emotions.  It develops grace and poise, timing and balance.  Men take pride in their ability to lead their partners with assurance and poise.  Ladies enjoy the ability to follow their partners smoothly, expertly and correctly.

The ability to dance develops personality, and above all it is fun.  Taking ballroom dance lessons is a great way to improve your confidence, it is a way to get fit and have lots of fun!

Contact By The Sea today to start learning to ballroom dance!

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Dance Class Prices

Walk In - One class $12.00 

Here are some affordable options available for those who are interested in expanding their dance repertoire.

Dance Packages
Package 1:  (4) One hour group classes $40.00 monthly (one class per week)
Package 2:  (8)One hour group classes $65.00 per month (2 classes per week)
UNLIMITED Package:  All group classes $90.00 per month.

Personalized Programs can be created to suit your needs. Please call 1-800-299-9050 or email for a free consultation.  First group class always $10.

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Unlimited Monthly Passes Available!

By The Sea Unlimited Pass

By the Sea Ballroom & Latin Dance Studio Unlimited Monthly Group Lessons Pass
Only $90.00

This pass provides a great opportunity to meet all the Instructors and learn many styles of dance.

Contact By the Sea to purchase a pass.

Terms & Conditions: The Unlimited Monthly Pass is valid for one calendar month. The pass holder is entitled to unlimited access to all group classes offered at By the Sea Ballroom and Latin Dance Studio. Passes non-transferable, non-refundable and final sale.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Want to learn how to dance?

Always wanted to learn to dance?   Not sure how to get started?  Don't worry, you've come to the right place.

Our goal at By the Sea is to make dancing as easy and enjoyable as possible.  Even if you are an absolute beginner, with our help you will learn how to dance in no time.

Learning how to dance is like learning how to drive - at first you proceed slowly and cautiously, but with practice, you'll be doing it automatically.

If you would like to start dancing immediately, contact By the Sea today and book an introductory lesson with one of our instructors.  We specialize in teaching easy to follow, step by step instructions that will help you achieve your dancing goals quickly and, most importantly, in a fun, enjoyable manner.

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

How to Dress for Dancing!

Selecting an outfit for a night of dancing can sometimes be difficult.  Here are a helpful tips to make the decision process easier.  When dressing for dancing, consider not just appearance, but also the comfort and safety of you and your partner. What you wear should make it easy and enjoyable for you and your partner to dance. Here are a few suggestions...

Wear dance shoes - never sneakers, sandals, flip-flops, or shoes with rubber or spongy soles which can stick to the floor during turns and spins and cause ankle and knee injuries. If you don't have dance shoes, wear dress shoes with leather or another non-stick sole.

Ladies: avoid dresses with baggy sleeves, or sleeveless dresses cut low in the armpit. Your partner's hands may get caught in baggy sleeves, especially during fast swings or Latin dances, and it can be very embarrassing for a gentleman if his hand slides through an oversized arm hole and ends up inside his partner's blouse (no gentleman would do this on purpose, of course). Also, wear skirts or dresses which allow enough room to move comfortably. Avoid shirts, dresses or skirts that have sashes that tie in the front or back. They look adorable with tied in a bow, but are bound to come undone and get in the way while dancing. Leather pants or skinny jeans can restrict your movement and make it either uncomfortable or downright impossible to execute various patterns.

Gentlemen: don't carry loose change, keys, or other bulky items in you pockets while dancing. If you don't have a place to store them, carry them in the rear pocket of your trousers, where they are less likely to bruise your partner. And never dance with you cell phone, PDA, blackberry, tablet, pocket knife, or other tools and devices hanging from your belt - the Inspector Gadget look has no place on the dance floor, and it won't kill you to be off your electronic leash for a few minutes.

Take a little time when you're getting ready to go out and consider not just how you'll look, but how your clothing and accessories will affect your dancing.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Guest Argentine Dance Instructors Visit By the Sea


Ken & Zenaida Broom will be teaching Argentine Tango on Thursday August 27, 2015.  Please be sure to join this fabulous couple.  6pm.  ONE NIGHT ONLY!!!

Monday, July 27, 2015

Take a private lesson from Ballroom Champions


Jan & Jana are Czech Republic National Ballroom Dance Champions! They are available for private dance instruction. Please call 1-800-299-9050 or email the studio to book a lesson today!!!

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