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Beginner Dance Lessons, Charlotte, NC

Our beginner dance lessons in Charlotte, NC are led by talented instructors who have over 100 years of combined dance instruction experience.

Beginner Dance LessonsNothing lifts the spirits more than music, and letting it lead you into dance is icing on the cake. For the young and the young at heart, beginner dance lessons are an incredibly beneficial activity. At Carolina Dance Capital, we welcome dancers of all ages and abilities. Whether you just want to have a fun way to burn some calories or you have a child who is considering competitive dance, our beginner dance lessons will be the best way to get started.

Adding dance to you or your child’s life has many benefits. There are few physical activities that are as much fun to do, for one thing. Beginner dance lessons are a great way to encourage your child to be more active, while gaining new friends and an appreciation for ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, lyrical or some other form of dance.

4 Great Reasons to Start Beginner Dance Lessons!

Even from a young age, children can enjoy dancing. Between a child’s first and second birthday, you will notice that your child may start to bounce, hop and groove the best way that they know how! Although their movements might be a bit uncoordinated, children intuitively know and enjoy movement. Here at Carolina Dance Capital, we love helping children express themselves through movement. Starting at age two, your child can enjoy taking some great beginner dance lessons through our wonderful studio. There are many advantages of starting beginner dance lessons at a young age (or older, too!) and we would love to share them with you.

  1. Physical Activity and Development. When you start your children in a fun, age-appropriate activity like our beginner dance lessons, they are more likely to enjoy being active when they grow older. Even at a young age when dance lessons appear more as play than strictly structured instruction, your children are learning and developing physical movements that are the foundation of later physical educational goals.
  2. Developing of Interpersonal Skills. By interacting with classmates, peers and instructors, your children can start to learn valuable social skills that can help them feel confident and secure. They learn much more than dance when they are learning in our beginner dance lessons!
  3. Increased Self-Esteem. Children love to show off what they have learned in beginner dance lessons, and successfully learning beginner skills can give them added self-esteem and confidence that can transfer over into other areas of their lives.
  4. Self-Expression. Beginner dance classes are a great way to teach children self-expression in a positive and healthy way. Whether you choose ballet, tap, jazz or our other beginner lessons, you can help your child find a form of dance they enjoy!

If you have questions about our beginner dance lessons, we would love to talk more with you! Give us a call today for more information.

Our beginner dance lessons, and all of our various classes, are led by talented instructors who have over 100 years of combined dance instruction experience. This level of experience and dedication will give you or your children the foundation and continued training needed for competitive dance.

Beginner dance lessons can begin as early as two years of age, and we have plenty of different options so your child can experience what they are interested in or take a stab at any number of them to find out which one turns into a passion. Our class sizes are small and intimate with a fun and family-friendly atmosphere.

To get started, either come into our state-of-the-art dance studio in Charlotte, NC, or register for your beginner dance lessons online. Come see why we are recognized as one of the Top 50 Dance Studios in the USA by Dance Spirit Magazine and have received other awards and recognitions as well.


At Carolina Dance Capital, our beginner dance lessons are available to students from Charlotte, Matthews, Weddington, Waxhaw, Gastonia, and Pineville, North Carolina, as well as Fort Mill and Rock Hill, South Carolina.