Whatever your motivation, learning to dance gives you confidence, a great exercise program, a new group of friends, provides mind/body coordination, helps maintain the brain! Students are able to apply and benefit from their new-found skills almost immediately.  

We cater to all ages, from youngsters through retirement, teaching adult group classes, private lessons, father-daughter dances, wedding parties, etiquette camps, dance camps for children and teens, Texas A&M Ballroom competitive dance clubs, and line dancing for seniors.

Our studio teaches all dancers from competitive award winners to beginners. We work with each student to help them reach their personal dance goals.


We teach all the smooth Ballroom, Latin, Country Western, and several varieties of Swing.  Feel free to show up as a single. 


Polished manners and superb social skills set you apart in professional and social settings. You have only ten seconds to make a lasting first impression. In Dr. Susan’s etiquette classes you will learn the skills necessary to be confident in any situation:

Be it a job interview or a first date, manners and socials skills can calm your nerves and give you the edge you are looking for.

Learning these skills early in life will help them become habits. If you or your child want to feel more comfortable in social settings…


Try one of Susan’s Etiquette classes:

Etiquette Summer Camp or Cotillion for youth; Dining Etiquette Seminars for adults; Special requests for your group or organization.


The short answer is that yoga makes you feel better.  Yoga is for everyone and is now recognized as one of the best things you can do for yourself regardless of age, shape, sex or athletic ability. 

Yoga is a balanced practice of flexibility, fitness, strength, and breathing control that can reduce stress as well as improve cardiovascular and cognitive function.  Yoga techniques help with injury prevention, injury rehabilitation, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, anxiety, sleeping disorders, high blood pressure, ADHD, depression, pain and stress and many other challenges.

The true beauty of yoga is it profits mind, body, and spirit. The question isn't "Why Yoga?"'s "Why NOT Yoga?"