Effective teaching method
Arthur Murray Dance Studios® has spent nearly a century finding the most effective teaching methods to help our students progress as quickly as possible. You can progress through the levels at your own pace, based on your desire, goals, commitment and interest, honing skills and learning new ones to reach any level of proficiency you desire with our time-tested three-way approach.
(Singles or Couples) - to develop technique & style
During your one-on-one private lessons (for both individuals and couples), you will receive personalized instruction that will help you achieve your dance goals. Your instructor will dedicate the necessary time to technique, style and overall improvement of your dance. An up-to-date record of everything you have learned will also be kept as part of your education.Start dancing today
To develop patterns, lead and follow
Group lessons are an important addition to your private lessons. They give you the opportunity to develop good dancing habits and meet other students at School. Group lessons add technique, style and step variations. You may be taught new steps and styles that your regular instructor hasn't yet introduced you to. This is another great way to help you become a more skilled and confident dancer.Start dancing today
Party & Practice
To develop confidence and get out of the chair!
We regularly organize scheduled parties for all our students. You will enjoy chatting and dancing with other people in a relaxed and comfortable way. This gives you the opportunity to connect with our Arthur Murray Milan Dance community. Nothing is more effective at teaching you to dance than our 3-way approach that combines individual attention, repetition and practice; paired with our team of dance enthusiasts and experts, who work together to build your new skills.Start dancing today
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Go wild with social club dances such as Argentine Tango, Salsa, Bachata, West Coast Swing and many more. The Sunset Club is the Arthur Murray Milan social club event with refreshments, drinks...
The hardest step you will ever learn is the first one, the one that walks through our door.