Flow uses logic to organize all the variables of partnership dance, teaching you to understand, feel, and dance in the moment. With Flow there is no memorization as we train your body to feel what partner dancing is and how to use it.
WHAT IS FLOW?
Flow is a physical language, as nuanced and powerful as a verbal language. With Flow, you connect and communicate through movement. This language feels amazing and is so much fun!
IS FLOW DIFFERENT THAN OTHER DANCE STYLES?
Flow trains in the science of partnership dance, so in short, Flow teaches you to dance to all music and dance styles.
HOW WAS FLOW CREATED?
While teaching ballroom dance, Michael decided there must be a way to make dancing available and stimulating for everyone. The skills of dance are too valuable not to be so. His single focus was to discover dance as a language that is logical and amazing for everyone. Flow is the result of his research, the physical language that will change your life, starting on the dance floor. Learn more About Flow Studios and why we’re different »
CAN I LEARN SALSA, OR WALTZ, OR TANGO?
Yes, Flow can train you in dance styles you’d like to learn, but first we’d like to teach you how to dance. We recommend you learn to dance to many genres of music. See our demonstration of all the different dance styles here.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I TRAIN?
Becoming fluent in a language is building the language into your muscles and out of your mind. That’s when you can be creative and relish the moment. Muscle memory is developed through consistency and experience. We recommend at least one private lesson and one open class a week. If so, your progress will fly.
DO PRICES COMPARE?
The lesson cost is equal or cheaper than the competition, however, the quality is unmatched with Flow’s evolutionary training method.
SHOULD I LEARN WITH OR WITHOUT A PARTNER?
Ideally, you train both independently and in partnership. Independently, you learn to articulate your movement and personally flow. In partnership, you learn to communicate your movement and flow together.
WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?
We recommend light shoes that stay on your feet, without rubbery soles. Toms are a favorite. Socks and barefoot also work well. And for clothes, wear what makes you feel cool, collected, and confident; just make sure you can dance in them.
WHAT'S THE WORSE THAT CAN HAPPEN?
You might get your feet stepped on and you will most likely break a sweat. You’ll be training your body to dance!