Dance Link offers
- Group or private Beginners and Intermediate Sokkie and Salsa classes
- Private wedding dance lessons with personalised choroegraphy to suit your song and wishes
-Themed dance activities for hen parties and bachelorettes (Think Moulin Rouge/ 1920s Flapper girls)
- Barn dance teaching and calling for any and all events
- Introductory themed dance lessons as Icebreakers for parties/ functions/ weddings (e.g. Rock n Roll; Boogie or Charleston)
- Tailor made dance activities for your event
Dance Link Entertainment is perfect for birthday parties (whether you're turning 21 or 50); church/ school/ other organization social functions/ bonding activities/ team building and corporate events).
All dance teaching is tailored for complete beginners so don't be shy! All ages and mixed age groups welcome.
Please contact for a quote.
(Dance Link has the most reasonable prices for a barn dance that you can get in CT! We aim to make dance affordable and fun for everyone!)
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Dance Link can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
A few reviews of Dance Link classes and activities:
"We had such a great Moulin Rouge themed dance lesson for my sister's bachelorette! Something completely different to do and Paula is a fabulous teacher,she made us all feel like Nicole Kidman! Highly recommended!!" - Kim Wild
"My bridesmaids organised a bachelorette party with Paula and what a fun idea it was. We all had so much fun. She provided a glass of champagne, props and took photos as we posed. Then she taught us a Charleston routine. She was very encouraging. What great memories; I could not have asked for a better bachelorette party." - Cassandra Lee-Basset
"I really loved the beginner sokkie class. I loved it so much that I did the intermediate class too. Paula is a great teacher and makes sure everyone is comfortable with the steps (and not afraid to ask questions if they're not). At every wedding I've been to since, I annoy the hell out of the DJ by asking him to play sokkie tunes. Totally worth the weird looks I get" - Sarah Gurney on the Beginner Sokkie Course