Add a Dance With Beach Roots to Your Repertoire

Looking for a dance with beach roots? Take a break from riding the waves, perfecting your tan, or searching for seashells during your annual beach vacation to learn a dance that has its roots by the shore.   Beach music gained popularity in the 1940s along the shores of South Carolina, according to Sciway, an… Read More

Five Tips to Get Your Man on the Dance Floor

If your partner prefers sitting on the sidelines while others dance at social occasions, Fred Astaire Dance Studios has the tips you need to get your man on the dance floor with a smile.   Many women feel the men in their lives are reluctant to kick up their heels. One-third of men never dance… Read More

Newlyweds Continue First Dance Tradition Despite Pandemic

Fred Astaire Dance Studios is ensuring the tradition of celebrating a marriage with a first dance continues, despite the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.   The first dance at a wedding is a time-honored custom, like cutting the cake, best man toasts and tossing the bouquet. It serves as an everlasting expression of a couple‚Äôs… Read More

Swing of Things: Dancing Helps Hospital Workers Cope With COVID-19 Stress

Dancing helps hospital workers coping with the COVID-19 outbreak. We at Fred Astaire Dance Studios applaud frontline hospital workers who are dancing to spark joy and relieve stress while they treat patients during the pandemic.   Since the first case of COVID-19 was diagnosed in the United States in late January, more than 1.47 million… Read More

Roaring Twenties Reboot: Learn to Tango

Heat up your summer evenings with your favorite partner by letting the professionals at Fred Astaire Dance Studios teach you the tango, a steamy dance that roared onto the dance scene in the 1920s. Holding a red rose between your teeth is optional.   The tango has its roots in brothels and dance halls of… Read More