This is by far the best dance school around. Nina is a wonderful, talented, and very loving teacher and person. She loves each dancer and pushes them to be their best. I danced here when I was younger and it was the best choice my parents made putting me in her studio. Her studio is not just about teaching great dance skills but life skills as well. You become family and get experiences that no other dance studios offer. My four year old daughter dances here now and absolutely loves it. She looks forward to every practice and recitals and begs me to go even if it isn't her night to practice. Every dance teacher here cares so much about the kids and have a pure passion for what they do. Her shows are amazing and each recital, jazz show, and competitions are extremely well choreographed and entertaining. Nina's School of Dance is definitely the place to go if you have a child who wants to dance.
2. Fred Astaire
One of the first things you hear a first time dancer say is ""I have two left feet."" But in just a few lessons, they are really learning how to da…
Nina's students are expected to work hard at both dance & school; that is necessary for success at any age. Most things worth having, require effort. Her standards are high, but so is her confidence that they will achieve both individual and group goals. She also teaches life skills - producing successful adults who treat others fairly and have a social conscience.
Very poor performances. Lacking communication, can't keep good teachers, they leave because they aren't paid on time, she cancels classes to avoid paying teachers. She was evicted and lies about her circumstances.
Communication lacks. Staff is not personable. Basically you just give them money without any real services.