Arthur Murray Dallas Fort Worth

Dallas Studio

6526 LBJ Freeway
Dallas, TX 75240
214-646-3075

Plano Studio

3001 W. Spring Creek Parkway
Plano , TX 75023
214-473-4328

Welcome to Arthur Murray Dance Center of Dallas and Plano

Welcome to The Arthur Murray Ballroom Dance Studios in Dallas and Plano Texas. Our dance schools offer expertly taught ballroom dance lessons, beginners dance lessons, wedding dance lessons and more. We specialize in all forms of ballroom and Latin dance such as salsa dance lessons, tango lessons, the cha cha, and more. Learn to dance now! Both singles and couples dance classes are available.

Studio Calendar/Events
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Studio Calendar/Events

Find local dance classes, dance activities and ballroom dancing events at the Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Dallas. View all local dance information for Arthur Murray Dance Studio from this month’s studio calendar. Arthur Murray International has over 280 Dance Studios teaching dance around the world. Our dance calendars are updated monthly.
Dances We Offer
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Dances We Offer

They say that dance is a great way to express your emotions. While this may sound like such a cliché, the quote seems to have endured throughout the years mainly because there’s truth to it. It’s wise to choose an activity that encourages you to express your very own creativity. There are several styles to choose from and you need to know how each dance is unique from the other.
Wedding Dance Lessons
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Wedding Dance Lessons

Arthur Murray Wedding Specialists will help you create a special moment where the two of you can enjoy the closeness of one another, dancing to a special song without feeling awkward or afraid. The investment of time and money will be the best one you make for your wedding day. A year from now or twenty years from now you and your spouse will still be dancing!

Testimonials


According to the American Heritage Dictionary, to dance is "to move rhythmically usually to music, using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures" or "to leap or skip about excitedly." Ballroom dancing is "any of various social dances, such as the foxtrot, tango, or waltz, in which couples follow a conventional pattern of steps." Sounds all cut and dried, doesn't it? Well...we all know it is so much more than that!
Having danced in some form or other for a good part of my life, it was when I decided to take up ballroom dancing that I realized it was the right choice. For me, it is my "last hurrah" as I like to refer to it.
Ballroom dancing is putting yourself into a zone that is uniquely your own. It is interacting with the instructor(s) and knowing that they are truly interested in the progress that you make. Dancing requires everything from your ankles up to your brain. Learning all this is a journey that you take along with your instructors and I have found this journey to be one of the best I have taken in my life. It has helped me in so many ways, almost too numerous to mention. It goes without saying that losing weight is a natural by product. Another thing that I've discovered is that it doesn't matter your age...anyone from 9-92 can dance! Whether for fun, exercise, entertainment, whatever your pleasure, dancing will challenge you not only physically, but mentally.
If your goal is competition, then there's no more sense of satisfaction than in competition. This is the ultimate proof to yourself that you can accomplish poise, confidence and just plain fun by competing.
By staying longer at the dance, you will continue to add layer upon layer to your new found skill and before you know it you have become an accomplished dancer. What could be better in your life than that? From someone who knows, I can vouch for living this dream.
Remember to live your life, laugh often, but most of all free your soul and always dance as if no one is watching!
And where does one do all of this? Why...at Arthur Murray, of course!

Meredythe Loquet


According to the American Heritage Dictionary, to dance is "to move rhythmically usually to music, using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures" or "to leap or skip about excitedly." Ballroom dancing is "any of various social dances, such as the foxtrot, tango, or waltz, in which couples follow a conventional pattern of steps." Sounds all cut and dried, doesn't it? Well...we all know it is so...

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