How much does a private dance cost

2022 Dance Lessons Cost (with Local Prices) //

Average cost for Private Dance Lessons ranges from

$50 - $85 /hr

The average cost for dance lessons is $60 per hour. Hiring a dance instructor to teach you to play the dance, you will likely spend between $50 and $85 on each lesson. The price of dance lessons can vary greatly by region (and even by zip code). View our local dance instructors or get free estimates from teachers near you.

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Whether you need to brush up your dance skills or start from scratch, lessons will cost you about $60 an hour and higher, depending on the skill of the instructor and type of dance classes. Many parents encourage their kids to start early with ballet or hip hop, while other adults take it up as a gentler form of exercise after experiencing health difficulties.

Dance lessons will cost you about $60 an hour.

Individual Lessons

The prices for private dance lessons are usually based on the creation of a custom lesson plan, location, length of lesson, and the dance teacher’s years of teaching experience and awards. Lessons can last from half an hour to a full hour, and are priced accordingly. A sampling of prices is:

  • Arthur Murray Dance School Of Tacoma | from $65/hour
  • Omni Dance Studio, Houston, TX | $75/55 minutes, with reduced rates for recurring classes
  • 1st Dance Studio, St. Petersburg, FL | $85/45 minutes
  • Dance Unlimited, Los Angeles, CA | $40/hour
Lesson Length Average Cost
30 minutes $35
45 minutes $45
60 minutes $60

Lessons from Highly Accomplished Teachers

The cost of private dance classes is directly related to the accomplishments of the teacher, for example, Mile High Dance Center in Englewood, CO, has eight instructors and say “Our instructors range from Juilliard graduates, to professional NFL Cheerleaders, high school pom team coaches, Joffrey Ballet Company members and so much more!” Their prices begin at $45/month for 30 minutes a week.

The Center for Performing Arts Dance Studio, Methuen, MA, says, “All of the CPAM teachers have one or more than one of the following: college degrees in dance or theatre, professional touring experience, and/or dance teaching certifications.” Pricing begins at $36/month for 30 minutes a week.

Packages and Special Offers

You can usually score a greater price if you pay upfront for asset number of sessions. For instance, A Step Above Dance Academy in Aurora, IL, offers private lessons at $40/30 minutes if you buy a nine-week package. Gotta Dance in Chelmsford, MA charges $25/30-minute session for nonmembers, but that price is reduced if you are an annual member and if you have a family discount.

Standalone Specialties

Perhaps you have a particular event in mind and you’d rather find a private dance teacher who specializes in helping you dance properly for it.

Omni Dance Studio in Houston, TX, offers a special wedding package of “five or ten private lessons with a customized choreography specifically for you with the song you have chosen. ” Five lessons cost $399 and ten cost $650, split into two payments. They recommend starting the classes three to six months in advance of the date.

1st Dance Studio in St. Petersburg, FL, puts on dance parties regularly—such as Argentine Tango Milonga night, DJ Dance Mix night, and Open Dance night—so you can put your newfound dance skills into practice. The cost of some of these is included in the monthly membership fee.


Most dance teachers have dance certification or degrees in dance. They have danced in dance troupes, performed on stage, and are members of various dance organizations. An online search is probably the quickest and easiest way to narrow down your choice of dance teacher.


Most dance classes are given in a studio. Some of the cheaper classes don’t have one, so they rent a space in one once you book your lessons and add that onto the cost of your class.

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No one has made it official, but you can take it to the bank that South Florida is a contender for the strip club capital of the world.

Whether you call them nudie bars, strip joints or use that quaint and arguably inaccurate label of “gentlemen’s club,” there’s little argument that clubs here expose all the flesh there is to bare.

Even in Las Vegas — which proudly wears the title of Sin City — there’s a certain reticence to let it all hang out. Want a vodka tonic to sip while you watch that 20-something lovely gyrate? In many places in Las Vegas, the mixing of alcohol and full nudity is a no-go. If they’re serving hard booze, chances are the dancer will be keeping her G-string in place — and if you don’t know what a G-string is, brother are you reading the wrong story!

Not so in most South Florida clubs, where alcohol flows freely and nothing is left to the imagination.

More than 40 strip clubs dot the landscape in Miami-Dade and Broward counties — the number varies almost monthly as some clubs close and others open.

They range in style and size from mega nudies like the Pure Platinum and Solid Gold chain, with clubs in Broward and Miami-Dade, to the cavernous glitz of Tootsie’s Cabaret in Miami Gardens, to neighborhood holes in the wall like Bottoms Up on Southwest Eighth Street.

side from enough bare flesh to make a gynecologist blush, all these clubs have some things in common:

  • Deafeningly loud music with the beat of a jackhammer.
  • Brass and chrome accents, from the poles where strippers try out for the nudie Olympics to the rails around the stages and bars
  • Pulsating lights that illuminate just enough
  • TV screens showing sports, just in case the live action gets boring.

Some go so far as to offer food buffets or “businessman” lunches, but the warning about some traditional dining establishments applies here — if the main selling point is the view, don’t expect much from the food.


If you’ve never been to one of these establishments — at least that’s what you’re telling your wife, and we’ll back you up! — here’s what you need to know:

Most of the establishments slap on a cover charge during prime time — usually after about 7 p. m. It can vary from $5 to $20. Sometimes, if you call ahead and say you’re bringing a bachelor party with you, the cover charge will be waived. Couples are also welcome, and often the door charge will be waived. Single women are welcome in some clubs – a sign of the bisexual crowd in South Florida — but many clubs won’t admit single women in the belief they may be working girls trolling for Johns.

Once inside the door, you’ll probably have a lot of seating choices — booths along a back wall, tables and upholstered chairs (the better for lap dances, but more on that later), and chairs ringing the stage, where up close and personal takes on new meaning.

The routine at most clubs is this: The women come on stage for three songs. During the first song, they’re usually wearing a costume that covers breasts and bottom. When the second song starts, off comes the top. For the third dance, all is revealed.

Throughout the performance, the dancer will gyrate around the stage, enticing ringside observers to offer up dollars. Sometimes she’ll present her hip so the money can be slipped under her G-string. If the G-string has already been discarded, she may have a garter belt suitable for stuffing. Some will take the proffered bill — the giver should fold it lengthwise and hold it out — and, pushing breasts together, grab it that way, providing a close encounter.

When the women leave the stage, they’ll make their way around the room, trolling for tips from patrons to hang by the stage. As the money is exchanged, the customer may get a kiss on the cheek and a throaty “thank you” whispered in his ear.

The level of currency exchanged during all these encounters are usually singles, but high-rollers have been known to toss around higher denominations. In an effort to introduce a little inflation into the transaction, change for a $20 bill at Platinum Plus in Hialeah came back in $2 bills!

Whether the initial tips to the dancers are offered in George Washingtons or bills depicting other dead presidents, that’s just the start of what a full-on strip club experience can cost.


You’ll be offered a lap dance, also called a friction dance or a table dance. Cost ranges from $10 on up — $20 is about average — plus the dancer will expect an added tip.

Lap dances at most clubs come in two forms — those performed at your chair in the open floor of the club, or more private encounters in special, secluded booths or alcoves. The cost generally goes up the more secluded the location.

Many clubs have VIP rooms, where you get the undivided attention of a dancer — or two — plus a bottle of champagne or some other expensive brew for a half hour or more. Prices start at $200 and zoom up from there.

But if you’re expecting that more money will get you an overt sexual act, think again. Big, beefy guys usually dressed in black patrol the clubs to make sure that the action only goes so far.

And the archives of The Miami Herald are filled with stories about raids on places that pierce that thin veil between acceptable strip club behavior and prostitution. And most places will fire a dancer if they find she’s “dating” a customer outside of the club.

What is acceptable?

A basic lap dance will get you at a minimum a topless woman wearing the briefest of G-strings who will get in your face and rub up against your lap for a single song. At some clubs, the G-string will also come off, so you can study the female anatomy more closely. At other clubs, you have to ante-up for a dance in the more secluded areas to see everything.

There are unwritten rules about what a patron can do while all this flesh is being pressed. Generally, it’s OK to run your hands over the dancer’s rear — though when in doubt, it’s not a bad idea to whisper for permission.

Some dancers are more uninhibited, offering up a nipple for a brief kiss, or letting a patron’s hands wander close to ladyland. The bumping and grinding is usually done in a way to raise the patron’s level of excitement.

What may surprise some strip club novices is that the stereotype of a stripper — brassy, big hair, silicone-enhanced breasts and steeley-eyed stares into space — doesn’t hold true.

Strippers encompass all manner of women, and all manner of body types, from waifish on up to women with what might be politely called “love handles.” All are attractive in one way or another. Tattoos are common, though one night at B.T.’s Gentlemen’s Club in South Miami the array of tattoos made it seem more like a body art convention than a strip joint. One woman has the phrase ‘‘Kiss This” tattooed just above her pubic area. And speaking of the pubic area, visit many strip clubs and you’ll begin to think that strippers have evolved beyond mere mortal women — there’s rarely a pubic hair to be seen.

Because they’re essentially in the entertainment business, strip club dancers go out of their way to appear cheerful and eager to please. For a time, if things are slow or they believe there’s big tip coming, they will sit and talk with you — just don’t believe that the names they give you, or the stories they tell, are solid fact.

But if you’re looking for a night out on the town, and the fleeting companionship of a naked woman where having a pocketful of cash is the only commitment necessary, there’s no place like South Florida.

This story was originally published February 10, 2012 6:02 AM.

Questions about striptease - The Perch street clubs in Moscow

What is a lap dance in a club?

Lap dance is a service provided by the artist (dancer) of the club, waiter or bartender. This service lasts 5 minutes. During promotions and promotions, the duration of the dance changes.

During a private dance, the girl is completely naked, she dances only for you. The dance happens with you in contact. The purpose of a private dance is aesthetic pleasure or getting a state of excitement.

Sexual contact, masturbation, exposing one's penis, touching the girl's genitals are not allowed. Any other contact is possible only by mutual agreement.

If the guest does not comply with the rules of the private dance, it will be completed and must be paid at its cost.

What is a promo or promotion?

Promotions are promotions for private dances. In our striptease club you can get them in different versions. The most popular is 2 private dances for the price of one. You pay for 1 melody, the second one you get as a gift. Each subsequent melody after the promotion will go at its full cost.

What is the trick in a strip club?

The chip is the local currency of the club, which you can exchange at any convenient time during your visit. Chips are used to pay for private dances or other crazy menu items. When buying 10 club chips at once, you get 2 chips as a gift.

What are gatherings?

During the work of a strip club, each artist must perform on its stage, dance private dances for guests who invite her and participate in the show program of the club. If you have a desire for the girl to spend time only with you, then you can use the service - gatherings (there are various options in the crazy menu section). When acquiring this position, a gathering for an hour, the girl will be with you all this time, and you will also receive 2 private dances as a gift.

I am 18 years old, will the club let me in?

Yes, they will let you through. Take your passport or driver's license.

Visiting an institution of an erotic nature is possible for persons who have reached the age of 18.

What kind of music is played in the club?

Musical styles and trends are quite diverse, mainly modern music, commercial, commercial pop-music, Euro-pop, R&B, remixes of various compositions.

How much money to take to a striptease bar?

You can get acquainted with the price category of positions provided by the strip club on the website, in the menu section.

All prices are real, you do not need to pay extra on arrival at the club. Tipping is at your discretion. Girls communicate with you absolutely free of charge. There is no consummation in the club for food and drinks that you treat girls to.

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Champagne Bottle
Asti Mondoro 1000
Asti Martini 1000
Moet & Chandon Brut Imperial 3500
Dom Perignon 8000
French wines Bottle
Chateau Bellevue Rogue, white/dry 1000
German wines Bottle
Riesling Loosen Bros, white/dry 1000
Italian wines Bottle
Soave Classico, Cesari, white/dry 1000
Pinot Grigio, Cesari, white/dry 1000
Chianti, Ruffino, Toscana, red/dry 1000
New Zealand wines Bottle
Sauvignon Blane, white/dry 1000
Wines of Georgia 100 ml
Saperavi red/dry 100
Tsinandali white/dry 100
Kindzmarauli red/semi-sweet 100
Vermouth 50 ml
Martini bianco, rosso, rose, extra dry 60
Campari 70
Whiskey 50 ml
Chivas Regal 12 y.o 150
Chivas Regal 18 y.o 260
Chivas Regal Royal Salute 21 y.o 600
Talisker 10 Y.O. 250
Macallan 12 y.o. 300
Lagavulin 16y.o 400
Johnnie Walker Black Label 160
Johnnie Walker Blue Label 500
Jack Daniel's 110
Jack Daniel's Honey 110
Jameson 110
Famous Grouse 100
Brandy 50 ml
Ani 6y.o 100
Akhtamar 10 y.o 150
Cognac 50 ml
Courvoisier V.S 150
Courvoisier V.S.O.P 180
Martell V.S 180
Martell V.S.O.P 250
Martell Cordon Bleu 500
Hennessy V.S 180
Hennessy V.S.O.P. 280
Hennessy X.O 650
Vodka 50 ml
Khortitsa 50
Nemiroff Lex 50
Absolute vodka 60
Gray Goose 110
Pom 50 ml
Havana Club Anejo Blanco 65
Havana Club Anejo Especial 70
Havana Club Anejo 7Anos 100
Bacardi 8 y.o. 130
Zacapa XO 480
Tequila 50 ml
Olmeca Blanca 90
Olmeca Gold 90
Jean 50 ml
Beefeater 75
Bombey 90
Grappa 50 ml
Nonino 150
Tinctures 50 ml
Becherovka 70
Jagermeister 80
Absenta Xenta 100
Absenta Xenta Superior 120
Liqueurs 50 ml
De Kuyper in your choice 70
Beiley's 80
Kahlua 85
Malibu 65
Sambuca 80
Green Mexicano (tequila, mentol liquor, lemon fresh) 100
Hiroshima (Sambuca, absent, Bailey's, Grenadin syrup) 100
B-52 (Bailey's Triple sec, Kalhua) 100
B-53 (Kalhua, Bailey's, Absent) 100
Si-Si (peach liqueur, rum, grape) 100
Rum cola 110
Tequila Boom 120
Gin and tonic 120
Cosmopolitan (vodka, triplsec, lemon fresh, fruit juice) 130
Daikiri (rum, triplsec, lemon fresh) 130
Absenticum (lime reed sugar, absent) 130
Pina Colada (rum, Malibu, coco surup, pineapple juice) 140
Red Bull + vodka 140
Whiskey cola 140
Mojito (lime, mint, reed sugar, rum, sprite) 150
Margarita (tequila, triplsec, lemon fresh) 160
Sex on the Beach (vodka, peach liquor, orange juioe, gneanadine) 160
Long Island Ice Tea (Vodka, gin, tequila, rum, triplsec, lemon fresh, cola) 200
Negroni (gin, campari, vermouth rosso) 200
Non-alcoholic cocktails
Pina Colada (coco, syrup, pineapple juice, cream) 100
Milkshake (icecream, milk, greandine, banana) 100
Mojito (lime, mint, reed sugar, pineapple juice, sprite) 120
Casta milk 0. 5 200
Casta fruit 0.5 200
Beer 0.33 I
Heineken 100
Corona Extra 100
Warsteiner (non-alcoholic) 100
Energy drinks 0. 25 I
Red Bull 100
Mineral water 0.33 I
Morshyn (glass) 50
Borjomi (glass) 60
Evian 60
Fresh 0. 25 I 100
Fresh 0.5 I 200
Soft drinks 0.25
Juice 30
Coca-Cola (glass) 50
Schweppes (glass) 50
Tea / 0.

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