PRIVATE LESSONS

Private lessons are perfect for those seeking a personalized class. Whether you are getting married, attending a formal or holiday party, or looking to increase your moves on the dance floor, private lessons offer an hour of the day for you to pamper yourself with special attention and increase your vocabulary, technique, and musicality. 

Your WEDDING DANCE may be the highlight of your big day! You've already picked out the song, now learn some basic moves and patterns to impress your friends and family. They will be so surprised! Private lessons can include the entire wedding party - add in the Best Man, Maid of Honor and your parents to get everyone on the dance floor and give you memories to last a lifetime. 

Your private lesson will be tailored to your needs - whether you want some salsa or moves for the dance floor, a special waltz for a date night, tango to spice up your dinner party, or swing dance to take you back, there are plenty of options! Just ask! 

PRIVATE LESSONS are billed at $50 per hour for 1-2 people and $10 and hour for every additional person. 

INSTRUCTOR, NATALIE COX

 

Natalie Cox, Director of CONTACT Dance Company and Dancefx's Ballroom Dance Director, received her A.B. and J.D. from the University of Georgia in 2003 and 2006, respectively. Natalie is also the Co-Director of the University of Georgia Ballroom Performance Group and enjoys teaching Ballroom Foundations for the UGA Dance Department.  Active in the dance community, Natalie volunteers annually for Project Safe's Dancing with the Athens Stars and is a four-time winner of the Audience Favorite Award. 

Natalie began her training at the University of Georgia, where she was a member of the University of Georgia Ballroom Performance Group from 2002-2006.  Since then, she has spent her free time traveling and training around the U.S. at teacher training workshops, dance camps, and participation in dance festivals. During her travels, she has had the great fortune of taking lessons from ballroom greats and popular professionals such as Karina Smirnoff, Ron Montez, Jean Marc Genereux & France Mousseau, Pierre Allaire & Mireille Veilleux, Tomas Mielnicki, and J.T. Thomas.  This summer's travels led her to Los Angeles, Columbus, OH, and Tampa for training- as always, she is looking forward to the next dance adventure.