Palais de Danse ballroom dancers

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Physical Contact
Ballroom dancing is a sport which requires a partnership between a male and a female. Dance Pro/Am partners are training together in a closed or open dance position through personal contact with hands, arms, shoulders and legs. A coach, during group training, might need to make physical contact with a person to show an idea or to correct the position. It can include: adjusting arms, legs, rib cage, hips, feet, and hands, and moving one person in relation to another.

Coaching schedules are subject to change and we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule any group session that does not meet a class minimum requirements of three participants.

Cancellation and REFUND policy
Private sessions cancelled on the day of the appointment will be counted as used. If bookings are cancelled prior to 24 hours before the start time of the training, the class can be rebooked and the payment will be transferred. In exceptional cases, if you are unable to attend a series of sessions due to an unfortunate circumstance or illness, please contact Palais de Danse to discuss and review the request. If you purchased a Private training package, but no longer wish to continue with your dance journey, all refunds are subject to a 10% cancellation fee. If paying with a card, we will charge a 5% processing fee. All payments made to Palais de Danse for costumes, shoes, and competition entry fees are non-refundable. No refunds on Gift Certificates or Special Offer Packages. 

Our studio dress code exudes professionalism and respect on the dance floor.All ballroom dancers should wear dance shoes or soft-soled (suede or leather) shoes before being admitted into class.