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    DANCE IT UP DANCE CTR
    This dance studio is wonderful. I take my two year old every week for 1 and a half hours. I pay 25$ per class but do payments monthly. The studio is beautiful, large and decorative. They have a parent area where you can bring your laptop or work while you wait for the class to be over. They have toys and a play table in case you need to bring other children who aren't enrolled. The staff are very patient with these two years old and my daughter wasn't paying attention or following directions at first but now, it is amazing all the things she is doing. I highly recommend this studio and their boutique and wonderful. 
    - Angeliny O.
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    Dancesport Of Boston
    I decided to take a cruise over the holidays and wanted to be able to ballroom dance respectably. I had never learned ballroom dance so definitately needed the instruction. I twelve took private lessons with the co-owner, John Paul. I am now very spoiled!! Nothing like learning to dance with someone who REALLY knows how!! John taught me waltz, tango, chacha, rumba, foxtrot, and swing. I went on my cruise, but was still such a beginner. I knew I would have to return to lessons and learn over a longer period of time - especially if I wanted to have fun dancing and be able to dance well even if my dance partner could not. Even though private lessons got me off to a good start, the lessons I now take are very thorough. DanceSport Boston knows how to teach. They take you slowly through all the steps with and without music, and they pay special attention to those who need a little (or, a lot) extra help. They love the dance and can pass that enthusiasm on to the learner - male or female! Males have a bit more to learn as they lead the dance. I have watched John, and his wife, Anne Marie, carefully and patiently help men learn the little things they need to know to in order to lead successfully. I am still learning, and loving every minute of it!
    - Lisa A.
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    Karen Bernard School Of Dance
    my daughter loves to go to dance there.she goes once a week parking is easy to find.staffs are very friendly instructors are great. i only have been to one recital and it was a wonderful experience
    - CHUNYU H.
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    CHARLOTTE KLEIN DANCE CTR
    She is phenomenal.  It is a very warm family.  The older students in the company help the younger students.  My daughters look up to them and have become very close over the years.  My daughters have been there for a few years and they just love it.  Charlotte knows the names of all of her students and talks to the parents very nicely.  The actual recitals are in a beautiful theater that regularly brings in Broadway shows.  It is an overall great experience.  Charlotte makes her students feel as if they are stars. 
    - Kelly H.
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    Out to Dance
    I am a self-confessed, lifelong failure at dancing.  It looks like it could be fun and it has been important, in each of my relationships, that dancing become a part of our time away from kids, work, and responsibility.  I have taken salsa and swing lessons many times and, each time, I have completely embarrassed myself.  I am not a natural at this and I grew to hate the thought of dancing, dance lessons, etc. I am now settled and my life partner has desperately wanted me to learn to dance.  After several years of avoidance, I reluctantly agreed to sign up for 10 lessons with Liz Narna at Out to Dance. Bottom line:  by the 4th or 5th lesson I started to enjoy it.  By the 7th or 8th lesson, I could actually dance.  Fred Astaire, I'm not.  But I'm good enough to have fun and not embarrass myself. And, for my girlfriend, it is important.  We just agreed to go out dancing on New Year's eve.  I would have never done this before taking lessons with Liz. I highly recommend her - especially if you are new to dancing and certainly if you, like me, have felt as though it is impossible to learn.  She is funny, lively, and she is an expert in teaching novices. If you are considering dance lessons, I recommend that you give Liz a try.  She makes it easy.
    - James B.
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    Dancesport Of Boston
    DanceSport is really professional. They know their stuff. They've been repetitive dancers. I guess sometimes they still do that but not very often because they're into teaching.
    - Lisa A.
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    RDS Performing Arts
    They are fabulous. My daughter enjoys going there. The people there are fantastic. The owner is a delight to work with. They are wonderful. I cannot say enough good things about them. They are fantastic.
    - elizabeth k.
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    Supershag Productions & Dance
    They have different types of classes like group class and individual lesson. The teachers are very skilled especially if you have never danced before, they will get you dancing quickly and give you the confidence to go out and dance at the party or wedding whatever. They also have Friday night parties you can go to and they have free lessons there as well. I would use them again.
    - SUSAN B.
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    Out to Dance
    Liz is the best teacher ever! Highly recommend the private lesson package. My partner and I had no dance skills and wanted to not embarrass ourselves at our wedding. Lots of anxiety. She has a great way of putting you at ease, teaching you all the little things to make you feel confident, and most importantly, making it fun! She lets you drive the pace and what you want to learn. She taught us a simple first dance and also how to do the Mom/Son dance. You don't have to learn choreography or anything. Just simple easy moves that make you look natural. Could not be happier with the experience! Also - if you are a same s** couple and feeling awkward about dance lessons - Liz is the perfect instructor. LGBT friendly environment  - welcoming to all.
    - Anderson B.
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    Karen Bernard School Of Dance
    Ms. Bernard is very open to the students and very personable. It's a very comfortable environment. It's very welcoming for new students into her studio. She takes interest in each student. Her price is much more reasonable than other schools.
    - Laurel G.
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