Cha Cha Dance Lessons Houston TX

Cha Cha Dance Lessons Houston TX

Cha Cha Dance Lessons Houston

  • Let us show you how fun and easy learning to dance can be! Couples and singles are welcome. Our professional instructors will partner their single students. Couples will dance with each other under the guidance of their instructor. Our warm, friendly, and professional staff will make you feel comfortable from start to finish.

  • During your private lessons, you will always learn at YOUR pace. You don't need to be a great athlete or a "natural dancer", you just need a desire to learn and our proven method of instruction.


  • Your first private lesson is FREE! We would love to show you how fun and easy learning to dance can be. Whether you are a single or a couple, young or old, a beginner with two left feet or an experienced competitor, we'd love to help you reach your dance goals.

  • Your free private lesson can be scheduled by appointment 7 days a week (weekdays from 12pm to 10pm, and weekends from 10am to 6pm). The free lesson is the best way to meet the teachers, see the studio and get an idea of what learning to dance will be like. It's also our way to learn about your personal dance goals, rate of learning, experience and help you get started.

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Cha Cha

  • IN THIS VIDEO: UCWDC Worlds Classic Masters Cha Cha

    The Cha Cha is a vibrant, flamboyant and playful dance. The light and bubbly feel of the Cha Cha gives it a unique sense of fun for dancers throughout the world. The Cha Cha requires small steps and lots of hip motion (Cuban motion), as it is danced in 4/4 time.

    To dance Cha Cha like professionals, dancers must master "Cuban motion," the characteristic Latin body action. Cuban motion is simply a distinctive way in which the hips move up and down. The hip movements come mainly from alternately bending and straightening the one knee bends (or straightens), the same hip drops (raises).

    The basic components of the Cha Cha are triple steps and rock steps. Quick, small steps must be maintained throughout the dance. The distinctive movements of the hips result from the constant bending and straightening of the knees.