Welcome to Arthur Murray Dance School 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

An Arthur Murray Recipe,
Take one boring couple...living together, co-existing, happily married, but not really happy...raising three great kids to be just as boring as they are...biding time on earth, loving each other, but always a little empty.

Add one crazy idea - learn to dance as a surprise for the wedding of a special niece who happens to be an Arthur Murray instructor in another state.

Stir in one amazing dance instructor, and VOILA! You have a middle aged couple who can do an underarm turn and some 5th position breaks at a wedding in Ohio. So there is a happy ending.

BUT WAIT...does this mean the story is over? One wedding and that's it? Wife says to husband, "I really enjoyed that, but I guess we are done. I don't really want to quit, though." Husband says to wife, "No way! I want to keep dancing!"

So, husband and wife continue dancing, enjoying, growing. And suddenly a new instructor joins the mix. WHAT? They are having a lesson with someone else? That can't be right...they aren't very good. Maybe it was just a one time thing...a lucky break in the schedule. But, he actually likes them...and they like him. WOOHOO...the happy little dance family is growing.

They go to some big events and watch a lot...dance a little (still too unsure of themselves to really take any risks). Then along comes Retrorama and the chance to do a first solo together. Uh-Oh! Cha-Cha? Really? They barely know that one! They have been clinging to waltz and rumba like they were incapable of anything else. But teacher does not accept no for an answer. There will be cha cha! "Hey, Daddy", a little costume fun, and a surprise ending to a solo that gets the couple lots of smiles and comments, and the next thing you know, these people think they can dance. Bring it on!

They celebrate their one year Arthur Murray anniversary at Texas Showdown with a "sexiest solo" award for a Tango routine and get an outsider's view of their dancing by watching themselves on video for the first time. OH!!!! Not great but certainly not as bad as they had feared. Neither of them has ever been a very confident person. But look how much fun they have and how much they enjoy dancing. They could really get better if they wanted to! A little self-esteem and confidence can be a wonderful and somewhat dangerous thing.

Things are really starting to change...they are getting happier...appearances are changing...people are noticing them! People they have not seen in a while are commenting on how "different" they are but cannot put their finger on how or why! Just "different"...more sure of themselves...standing up taller, ready to be seen instead of hiding in corners...dressing differently...caring more about themselves and everyone around them...giving off a more confident "aura" some people say. Could it be the dance? Could it be anything BUT the dance?

They win "Most Enthusiastic" at the Holiday Show and then cart off to Cancun and win "Top Newcomer Couple"! WHAT is going on? These are boring people. How did this happen?

Now they are working on an Austin Powers Salsa/Samba solo for this year's Solo Showcase and really learning how to connect in Tango...and loving every minute of it. WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE???

Arthur Murray has changed their lives. Dance has changed their lives. All of the teacher and staff have had a hand in changing them into new, better, happier people. And the franchisees, Zack and Claudia, who put them all together in this incredible place called Arthur Murray Dallas deserve praise for their ability to create such a magical place to be.

The couple who started dancing almost two years ago as a wedding surprise for a special niece are still at it...spending time in each other's arms...growing even closer than they thought possible...dancing to the music and creating some of their own, too. All thanks to the special people who call themselves Team Dallas!

Jeff & Sarah Schneck

An Arthur Murray Recipe,
Take one boring couple...living together, co-existing, happily married, but not really happy...raising three great kids to be just as boring as they are...biding time on earth, loving each other, but always a little empty.

Add one crazy idea - learn to dance as a surprise for the wedding of a special niece who happens to be an Arthur Murray instructor in another state.

Stir in one amazing dance instructor, and VOILA! You have a middle aged couple who can do an underarm turn and some 5th position breaks at a wedding in Ohio. So there is a happy ending.

BUT WAIT...does this mean the story is over? One wedding and that's it? Wife says to husband, "I really enjoyed that, but I guess we are done. I don't really want to quit, though." Husband says to wife, "No way! I want to keep dancing!"

So, husband and wife continue dancing, enjoying, growing. And suddenly a new instructor joins the mix. WHAT? They are having a lesson with someone else? That can't be right...they aren't...

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Jeff & Sarah Schneck
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