LOS ANGELES, September 10, 2014 – The Grand Opening of “Dance With Me” Studio in Sherman Oaks, California is now a reality. Arthur Murray Dance School, move over. There’s a new player in the room. In the world of professional dance schools, the “Dance with Me” franchise must be considered the top of the line when it comes to dance quality and standards in 2014.
If you watch “Dancing With The Stars,” you know professionals Maks and Val Chmerkovskiy and Tony Dovolani from the show. These three men turned a team of great master dancers into a dance school franchise. By adding name brand DWTS teachers, they have currently had five schools on the East Coast. The first West Coast franchise in Sherman Oaks is owned by Season 4 “Dancing With The Stars” pro Elena Grinenko-Hillis and husband actor/ co-host of “Extreme Home Makeover” Rib Hillis. DMMUSA offers personalized private dance lessons, group classes, social parties, and private/custom group classes.
“We specialize in various styles of ballroom dances, but also offer hip hop, wedding dance instruction, contemporary, ballet, and all styles of partner dancing. You can learn to dance salsa, tango, swing, hustle, rumba, cha cha, waltz, foxtrot, samba, and many other dances,” according to their website.
“Dance With Me USA’s” program is for anyone interested in learning to dance; looking for a new rewarding activity or hobby; or for anyone who has a desire for fun, good health, personal achievement, or social fulfillment.
DWMUSA has the perfect combination of first-rate dance instruction, unparalleled facilities, an incredible social community, and a commitment to provide the best experience to its students. The entire school hosts showcases of different styles of dance and encourages the students to participate in dance competitions. Unlike Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire studios, DWMUSA provides true first-class event entertainment. It also offers corporate and team building services.
Contact Dance With Me USA and ask how it can bring fun and excitement in your life, too.
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