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Great prices: 95% of tutors offer their first class for free and the average lesson cost is £18/hr

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💰 How costly are dance lessons in Nottingham and the surrounding areas?

In Nottingham, the average cost of dance courses is £18.


Instructor rates will vary depending on:

  • the qualifications and level of teaching experience of your teacher
  • Where your lessons will take place (online or an outside location)
  • The frequency of your lessons and the duration of each lesson
  • The type of dance classes you want to take (salsa, tango, ballroom or Zumba..)
  • the goal of your classes (are you preparing to take dance exams or maybe you just want to learn to dance for fun.)

97% of our tutors on Superprof give the first class for free.


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💃 What are the benefits of learning how to dance?

Learning to dance is a favourite pastime for many people and offers a number of benefits. Did you know that learning to dance is a great form of physical exercise, and helps to improve heart and lung condition and it also helps brain development and improves your coordination?


On Superprof you can learn to dance in whatever style interests you most. Whether you are interested in learning tango or classic dance, you can find the perfect teacher on Superprof.


Sign up for private dance courses and learn how to dance with the help of a competent tutor.


Whether you want to take private lessons from your home or take online classes, pick your private tutor and book your dance lessons today.


A messaging system allows you to get in touch with your tutor to organise your dance classes whether you want to learn from home or at an outside location


Use the search engine to find your dance teacher from among 3 dance tutors in Nottingham.


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🥇 How many private tutors are currently giving dance classes in Nottingham?

In Nottingham and the suburban areas, there are 3 private dance tutors available to give private courses


You can check out their tutoring advert and choose the dance teacher that corresponds to your needs.


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✒️ How do pupils rate their dance teachers in Nottingham?

Students rated their dance tutors on average out of five from a sample of recommendations.


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Finding the Perfect Dance Tutor in Nottingham

Dancing dates back nearly 10,000 years and while it was originally ritualistic, it has since evolved to serve several cultural functions and spawn many different styles including ballet, tap, jazz, salsa, modern, Latin, and pole dancing.

If you're interested in dance classes or learning how to dance with a private tutor, let's see the reasons why you should learn to dance, the challenges you'll face and should be aware of, how private dance tutors can help, and how to find private dance tutors in and around Nottingham.

Reasons You Should Study Dancing

Dancing is good for your mind, body, and soul. Since you have to move around when you dance, dancing comes with a lot of the same benefits as any other type of exercise, especially the kind you'd see in a fitness class.

The specific benefits will depend on the style of dancing that you're doing, but generally, dancing offers improved aerobic fitness and will improve the condition of your heart and lungs. This also means that it's great for burning calories and while uptempo styles like salsa, jazz, Latin, and tap may feel more intensive than ballroom or waltz, for example, you might be surprised at how many calories you can burn in a single session.

Burning all these calories also means that regularly attending dance classes or tutorials can help you reach or maintain a healthy weight. Of course, dance students need to couple this with a healthy diet, but regularly exercising means you're halfway there.

Dancing is also great for your mind as every dancer has to learn and memorise their routines and techniques. Regularly working on new routines and moves is like fitness training for your mind and can result in improved cognitive function, which is why dancing is regularly recommended to those in later life.

Of course, not every style of dance is suitable for everyone so make sure you speak to a doctor or medical professional before starting any new dance or fitness regime.

Challenges in Dancing

Dancing can certainly be a lot of fun, especially when you first start and everything is new and exciting. However, that doesn't mean that dancing is always easy and free of challenges.

Dancing can require a lot of hard work over several years, especially if you have your sights set on becoming a professional dancer. To enjoy the aforementioned benefits, you need to focus on your dancing and work on your overall health and fitness.

At a certain age, there will also be certain styles that you won't be able to do. As we get older, we become less flexible and some types of dancing can't be done if you don't have a certain level of flexibility. Fortunately, there are so many different types of dancing out there that you're bound to find something that you'd enjoy.

Probably the most frustrating aspect of dancing is learning new moves and new routines as this process can involve regularly failing. To get good at dancing, you need to be resilient and driven and learn from your mistakes. We learn better from mistakes so there's nothing wrong with making them, you just have to keep your chin up and be willing to try again.

Private Tuition

One of the best ways to learn how to dance is through private lessons. The biggest problem with a dance class is that the teacher has too many students to focus on. When a student makes a mistake and needs feedback or corrections, they may have to waste other student's time explaining something they got right. This whole process can also make the student who made the mistake feel singled out, even if the teacher doesn't explicitly mention which student made the error or who's being corrected.

Tutors usually focus on a single student and can adapt every minute of the lesson to the student, what they want to learn, and how they want to learn. A private dance instructor offers a bespoke experience to each of their students.

You can also enjoy more types of dancing through private tutors. Even the biggest dance schools and academies are limited by a requirement to fill classes with students. If a certain style isn't popular enough, it's unlikely the school will offer it. A tutor, on the other hand, only needs one student to fill a class in a certain style and thus can provide a broader range of styles. Whether you want to learn ballet, tap, jazz, ballroom, salsa, Latin, modern, tap, or pole dancing, you can search for private tutors offering these styles.

Finding a Private Dance Tutor in Nottingham

If you're interested in getting dance classes from a private tutor in Nottingham, start by searching for tutors on the Superprof website. There are thousands of tutors all over the country and around the world so you're bound to find the kind of tutor that you're looking for.

Tutors can offer face-to-face tutorials to individuals or groups or online tutorials via webcam. Each of these comes with advantages and disadvantages so think carefully about how you like to learn and your budget before you start searching.

Face-to-face tutorials are usually the most cost-effective but the tutors also tend to charge more as they spend more time outside the lessons planning and often have to travel to and from their tutor's homes or a dance studio.

Group tutorials are great if you're on a budget or you and a few friends or family members would all like to learn how to dance. You won't have the tutor's undivided attention, but you can share the cost of their time and expertise with the other members of the class.

If you can't find a suitable or available instructor in Nottingham, you can always broaden your search to include online tutors. You'd be surprised at how effectively tutors can adapt lessons to be taught via webcam.

Don't forget that a lot of the tutors on the Superprof website offer the first lesson or session for free so you can try out several dance tutorials before deciding on which tutor is right for you and your budget.

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