Hustle Lessons and Party
Hustle is the partner dance that originated in the 1970s in NYC and the metropolitan cities of the United States. It is designed to be dynamic and flashy. Its core steps are not too complicated but its requirement for motion and agility make this a perfect dance for club music and parties. Learn more about Hustle.
* No partner required.
7:15pm: Arrival (Mingling, light refreshments)
7:30pm: Beginner Hustle Lesson (Week 1 of 4 week series)
Erik will guide you through the basic steps & timing of Hustle. Each week will review and progress. These classes are designed for the true beginner but experienced dancers are always encouraged to refine their technique and knowledge.
8:20pm: Hustle Dance Practice Party
Enjoy some dancing in between the classes
8:30pm: Intermediate/Advanced Hustle
Erik will teach a combination with Intermediate vocabulary, combined with arm styling, syncopations and embellishments. This class can always be made more challenging.
*This class is by invitation. Please check with Erik prior to attending this class. Beginners are allowed to watch or await the dance party while mingling.
9:30-11pm: The Party
Hustle / Disco Party
(Music will be a combination of classic Hustle and contemporary club hits)
1 Lesson & Party: $20
add second class: add $10 (subject to level appropriateness)
Party only: $10
Purchase a pass for 1 night of dancing
Discount Class Card
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15 Cross Street
Important Location information:
The studio is located on Route-1 in the same shopping area as these other establishments: Brain Balance, Dogs Gone Smart, and Good Will.
There is plenty of parking adjacent to Dance Dimensions. The parking area is well lit and marked. Please park closer to the entrance because that will place you closer to the studio entrance.