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Moving from a recreational level of dance to a competitive one is a large step. Knowing if a dancer is ready for that jump can be hard to discern, especially if they came into dance later than others and aren’t fully sure of what a competitive level of dance entails. In this post, we’ll explore some ideas you may want to consider before making the leap into the competitive dance world.

Are They Interested?

It may seem obvious, but one of the first steps in knowing if a dancer is ready for competition is figuring out whether or not they’re actually interested. If they’re asking about it or considering it, they’re well on their way.

Do They Know Why They’re Interested?

Having specific reasons for wanting to start competitive dance is a great indicator that the dancer is ready. Some common reasons are:

  • The more rigorous practice schedule typically results in a higher skill level than recreational dance
  • The intensity of the competitive dance world can bring dancers closer together than ever (but can also push them away, so make sure they know how to handle things if that happens)
  • Competitive dance can give dancers fond memories to look back on and can greatly build self-confidence and teamwork skills

Does Their Teacher Think They’re Ready?

Dance teachers at competitive dance studios typically have years or even decades of experience with competitive dancers, so they’ll have a good idea of whether or not the dancer in question is ready to transition. Sometimes they’ll even allow dancers to audit competitive classes for a short time to see if they enjoy the style of learning that’s required in competitive dance.

Does the Dancer Understand the Commitment?

Make sure the dancer in question knows that competitive dance is a large commitment in a variety of ways.

Time Commitment

Countless hours of classes and rehearsals are spent going over and over the same steps to make sure that they’re perfect. Time management is required of the dancer, especially if they’re in school and have to balance schoolwork with their hours in the studio. They may have to give up things they enjoy in order to make dance a priority.

Emotional Commitment

Pressure is high for competitive dancers, so ensuring they understand the emotional strain that they may have to deal with is a good idea. Make sure dancers know how to stay motivated since they will likely face periods of discouragement or dissatisfaction. Are they prepared to be good sports about losing? Ensure the dancer understands that every rehearsal and performance represents an opportunity to grow, whether they win or lose.

Organizational and Financial Commitment

The nature of competitions involves travel, which can be fun, but also draining and requires organization and preparedness. Last but not least, the financial commitment to competitive dance is a large one, so making sure that the dancer is ready to pay for the extra classes, costumes, travel, transport, and dancewear that they’ll need is imperative.

Obviously, each dancer will be different, but these are some of the things we think are a good idea for dancers to ask themselves before joining the competitive level. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out and let us know.

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How to know if your dancer is ready for a competitive dance experience — Legacy Dance Project

As the owner of Legacy Dance Project, art in general has always been something I've loved!  I double majored in college in Dance Performance and English.   There will be typos and misspelled words.  But there will be a joy of dance, the adventures of owning a studio, and my journey trying to create a legacy full of life and love for my students.  We will share aspects of the dance studio, our dance classes, and the community events around Goldsboro NC.  Happy dancing everyone!

At Legacy Dance Project, we have three different programs... 

The Petite Program for 3 and 4 year olds to introduce newbies to the world of dance.  Our Sweet Petite Program consists of Tiny Tumble, Petite Ballet, and Petite Tap.  It's a fast growing program... so much so that we've created two Petite Ballet classes and all our Petite classes are quickly filling up. 

The second program is our Core Program.  This a structured program that is available to dancers with not as much previous dance training or would like to keep their dance experience on a more conservative side, taking 1-5 classes weekly.  Our core program is a wonderful foundation for any dancer between ages 5 and 18, wanting to gain more confidence and provides an avenue for dancers to explore their love of dance and performing.  

Our third program is our Concentrated Company Program.  This is a more intensive program that is designed for dancers ready to take their love for dance and transform that into a passion of the performing arts. Every Company Program is different at varying studios, so we encourage you to investigate what is required for the competitive company at each studio, to figure out which is best for you.  Our company classes are open to dancers 7 and up.  Really, once they can retain choreography and perform it without assistance, is when they are STARTING to be ready for company.  At Legacy, we require our company members to take technique classes during the summer to maintain their dance progress they have acquired during the regular season.  During the regular season, dancers are required to attend two technique classes during the week and attend choreography weekends, usually the 2nd weekend of each month to learn the choreography they will compete and perform.  They are also required to participate in other events like master classes with guest artists that are brought into the studio and will be required to be a part of Vet's Stories this year, a tribute to the veterans.   Ballet is not required, but HIGHLY encouraged of our dancers, as we have noticed those with ballet training progress to upper levels of companies quicker than those that do not enroll in ballet.  Also, ballet is the foundation of all dance, so if dancer's are serious about their dance education, than they should be enrolled in a ballet class.  We have 3 competitive teams this year... LDP Company (where dancers learn a lyrical/contemporary and jazz routine, with the possibly of a 3rd summer routine), LDP Tap (where dancers learn a tap routine), and the Goldsboro All-Star Dance Team (where they will learn hip hop, jazz, and pom routines to compete and perform around Goldsboro and Wayne County).  Each have their own set of placements/auditions attached to them. 

While many dancers have goals to be on a competitive team, it takes a lot and requires much commitment so I want to go through a checklist to see if your dancer is ready to join: 

  • Is your dancer open to trying new styles of dance like jazz, lyrical, contemporary, ballet, modern, acro, hip hop, musical theatre and so on to help them become unicorns of dance?  Like a chameleon in all styles?
  • Is your dancer ready for the lights, camera, and action of large crowds?
  • Is your dancer eager to learn from other teachers on convention circuits? 
  • Is your dancer motivated enough to practice, stretch, and work on their technique at home? 
  • Is your dancer ready to be a team player?  To help other dancers, show up to mandatory rehearsals, and put in extra work for the sake of a team? 
  • Does your dancer have the physical stamina, focus, and the attention span for long rehearsals with a lot of repetition? 
  • Is your dancer ready to trust the process, hear a lot of corrections about their technique and ready to apply those corrections to help further their confidence?
  • Is your dancer ready to be happy for the opportunity to dance, even when competition results don't go the way they'd like?
  • Is your dancer ready to still push and be motivated when they are given a lot of praise and awards for their hard work?
  • Is your dancer ready to go through a placement and/or audition process confidently where there is added pressure?  We do this so we know they are ready for the big competition stage.  
  • Are you and your dancer ready for more hours at the studio?  It will often become their home away from home. 
  • Are you and your dancer ready for more of a financial commitment?  Between extra costumes, competition fees, convention/workshop fees, and accessories and props, it begin to add up and if you aren't prepared for that, those given opportunities are often met with hostility instead of gratefulness. 

The attributes the performers gain from company are priceless! You'll find your dancer has more self-esteem, self-awareness, determination, perseverance, discipline, humbleness, and inspiration.  These kids often improve on study and time management skills.  It's an exciting program to be a part of but the dancers MUST be passionate about their classes and committed to their dance education.  

While, it may sound intimidating right now, I, the staff at Legacy, and the veteran competition parents, are here to help guide into this program so you can reap all the benefits.  

If you are interested in joining the Goldsboro All-Star Dance Team, you are invited to the interest meeting this Saturday at 4 at the studio and auditions that are this Sunday at 4.  You can rsvp here. 

If you are interested in joining the LDP Company, you are invited to interest meeting May 21st and placements May 22nd-24th.  You can rsvp here. 

If you are interested in joining the LDP Tap Company, you are invited to the Tap Placements in August.  You can rsvp here. 

Got questions? We got answers!  We can't wait to get started dancing with you!

Until next time,




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Dance sport

On September 8, 1997, a significant event took place in the world of dance sport. On this day, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced the full recognition of the International DanceSport Federation (IDSF) as a "Recognized Federation" and a full member of the IOC. This worldwide recognition is regarded as the main achievement of IDSF and dancesport in general. It was also the culmination of a long history of dancesport development, six years of hard work by the IDSF, a huge effort by National Federations and hundreds of thousands of dancers around the world.

Dancing used to be considered an art form. Today it is customary to consider competitive ballroom dancing as an "artistic sport". Why is dance considered a sport? Because it demands from the dancer the qualities that most "real" sports have.

Physical strength . Ballroom dancing can be compared with ice dancing in terms of the intensity of supports and the complexity of performing elements (many links came to ice dancing from ordinary dances).

Flexibility and coordination . These qualities are necessary for maneuvering on the floor and performing figures and lines. Similar qualities are characteristic of such sports as diving, sailing, surfing, basketball and even football, but this is closest to gymnastics.

Musicality . All competitors in dancesport must demonstrate an understanding of music and rhythm in the same way as is required in rhythmic gymnastics.

Endurance . Dance sport competitions are held in several rounds - from preliminary to semi-final and final. In each round, dancers must perform five two-minute dances. A 1996 study found that the degree of muscle tension and breathing rate of dancers who performed one two-minute dance was similar to that of cyclists, swimmers, and middle-distance runners (over the same amount of time). The finalist of the World Championship in 10 dances performs 30 dances during the tournament!

Discipline and team spirit . Dance sport is a team sport. A team can be one couple. A team can consist of 16 members (8 couples) in formation competitions. The discipline requirements for 16 people performing up to 13 dance tempo changes, and at the same time constantly coordinating their position on the floor with respect to other team members, are much higher compared to other sports.

Grace and style . Like ice dancing and rhythmic gymnastics, in sports dancing an important component of success is the smoothness of movement and the attractive appearance of the couple.

However, unlike most other sports, dancing has features that make it possible to consider it not only a sport, but also an art.

The motto "Citius, Altius, Fortius" - "Faster, Higher, Stronger" - seems to express the spirit of the Olympic Games. However, it does not cover all aspects of the Games today, as, however, it did not cover them in the 4th-5th centuries. BC E. This motto truly reflects the ancient spirit of competition, but it cannot convey the full range of competition included in the Games. It is obvious that competition is a characteristic feature of modern society, not only in the sports arena, but also in business and career. Therefore, the concepts of comparative and excellent, good and better are familiar to everyone.

How applicable is the Olympic slogan to DanceSport today? Ten years ago, we witnessed the inclusion of dancesport into the Olympic family, as previously rhythmic gymnastics and synchronized swimming. Thus, these species were recognized as being in line with the Olympic ideas. At the highest level of performance, they involve unrivaled craftsmanship and understanding. Top-level athletes in any sport are completely selfless. All these sports are competitive and require a level of training of participants that guarantees the status of tournaments as sporting events. However, none of these sports meet the "Faster, Higher, Stronger" criteria. Apparently, such comparisons as "more accurate", "more graceful" or "artistic" are more suitable for them.

Dance sport is not a hobby - it's a way of life. With serious studies, the head is always occupied with dancing. It doesn't matter whether you're having lunch or riding the bus - the rhythm of the music is in your ears, you calculate the movements, you think over some new interesting ideas. And it cannot be otherwise. After all, the practice goes quickly - when you come to class, to training, you no longer have to think - you must know and do.

Dancers usually have a very tight schedule that includes training (lessons and practice) and tournament schedules. Classes in most dance clubs - every day, including weekends and holidays. The dancer himself decides how much he needs to train - with and without a teacher. High results are never given in vain - for this you need to work hard, and most importantly, think, look for new original solutions to problems.

It is equally important to constantly take part in regional, all-Russian and international tournaments. In order for the couple not to be forgotten by the judges, it simply needs to "be in sight", take its place in the ranking, in the list of competition results. Fame has not prevented any athlete, especially in such a subjective sport as dancing. Judges evaluate couples based only on their ideals in dancing, subjective perception. Therefore, the first place is not put for more turns or the pace of movement.

addresses and prices for training

Georgian folk dance is the dance art of the Georgian people. Over time, this dance evolved, the form and content changed: militant, wedding, love, entertainment, sports and competitive dances appeared.

Georgian folk dance includes: Kartuli, Mtiuluri, Perkhuli, Khorumi, Mtskemsuri, Mkhedruli, Mokheuri, Tseruli, Sakhumaro, Zemkrelo, Samaya, Doluri, Salkhino, Bagdaduri, Sashairo, Tsartmevia, Shushpari, Saarshiko, Khanjluri, Satamasho, Sakechnao, Gandagan, Gergetula, Davluri, Nabdura and others. Among the Georgian circle dances: “Mze shina da mve gareta”, “Ushgulasi”, “Kavsan Kipiane”, “Shaiama shamarera”, “Shinavorgil”, “Amiran”, “Adrekilai” and others.

There are several means of self-expression in Georgian dance. Young men strive to demonstrate their strength, dexterity and courage. There are many sharp movements in the male dance: turns, jumps, jumps, movements on the fingers and on the knees. Women's dance, on the contrary, is smooth and graceful.

This article contains the best 10 schools in Moscow where Georgian dances are taught. We invite you to familiarize yourself with them.


  • 1 Caucasian and Transcaucasian Dance School "Kavkaz Land" (throughout the city)
  • 2 Lezginka school “Spirit of the Caucasus” (CAO)
  • 3 Dance school “Echo of the Caucasus” (CAO)
  • 4 Gergeti Georgian dance school (CAO, SAO)
  • 5 Georgian dance school “Kavkasioni” (CAO, SAO)
  • 6 School of Lezginka "Pride of the Caucasus" (CAO, ZAO)
  • 7 Georgian Dance Studio "Metekhi" (SAO, ZAO, South Administrative District)
  • 8 School of Lezginka and other Caucasian dances Asker Eneev (SAO)
  • 9 "Satave" , school of Georgian dances and the peoples of the Caucasus and Transcaucasia (YuAO)
  • 10 School of Caucasian dances (South Administrative District)

School of dances of the Caucasus and Transcaucasia "Kavkaz Land" (throughout the city)


  • Prospekt 5, Sukharevskaya metro station
  • m. Park of Culture, st. Frunzenskaya embankment, 16, building 1
  • m. Youth, st. Tolbukhina, d. 10, k. 4 (LDS "Wings of the Soviets")
  • m. Zyablikovo, st. Yasenevaya, 26,
  • m. Kuzminki, st. Volgogradsky prospect, 152, building 1, page 1
  • m. Preobrazhenskaya Square, st. 1st Bukhvostova, 1211, building 11
  • m. Vykhino, st. Fergana, 8, vl. 8-10

Phone: +7 (499) 990-05-99, +7 (925) 741-54-36, +7 (985) 318 -97-60
Cost: from 600 rubles. for 1 lesson

The following types of Georgian dance are taught in this school:

  • “KARTULI” – a romantic and gentle dance performed by a couple of dancers – a man and a woman. Throughout the dance, a man shows with a look that his partner is dear to him and is the only woman in the world that he would like to look at all his life.
  • "KHORUMI" - this military dance, reflects the battle or military action, shows the boundless strength of character of the Georgians.
  • "ACHARULI" is a dance characterized by graceful, light, playful flirting between men and women.
  • "KAZBEGURI" - the dance is performed exclusively by men and demonstrates the endurance and inflexible character of the highlanders.
  • "MTIULURI" — the dance vividly resembles a holiday in the mountains, its catchy melody and pulsating rhythm remain in the memory for a long time.
  • KINTOURI is one of the city dances, illustrating the life of the townspeople of old Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Differs in enterprise, cunning, agility, cheerfulness and ease.
  • "DAVLURI" - the dance is performed by a large number of couples.
  • "NARNARI" - female smooth dance.

Lezginka school “Spirit of the Caucasus” (CAO)

Address: Krasnopresnenskaya metro station, 2 Presnensky per. (Leisure center “Druzhba”)
Phone: 8 (903) 506-92-82, 8 (910) 008-01-61
Cost: from 3000 rubles. per month

The teachers at the “Spirit of the Caucasus” school are a real creative union of people united by a passion for Caucasian dances. Dance performances are always innovative and original. Ideas are always fresh and interesting, and learning is a real pleasure!

Georgian dance lessons for adults and children at the Lezginka school are very rich and interesting, because they reveal a person from the inside, liberate him, making body movements graceful, unique, similar to the gentle roughness of the sea.

Basic Georgian dances are studied at the Caucasian dance school, with special attention to perfecting the movements and developing one's own dance character.

Here you can learn:

  • to dance Adjarian dance;
  • open up in the incendiary dance of rachuli;
  • throw out the mountain spirit in the Mtiul dance;
  • learn the playful kinto dance, and more.

Echo of the Caucasus Dance School (TsAO)

Address: m. Tretyakovskaya, st. Malaya Ordynka, house. 25
Phone: 8 (963) 784-97-47
Cost: from 500 rubles. for 1 lesson

In the team of the dance school "Echo of the Caucasus" dance classes are easy and relaxed, the atmosphere of positive and comfort gives self-confidence and a lot of positive emotions.

In this school, not only learn to dance in different types of dance direction, but also looking for friends.

Don't be ashamed of your age. It is never too late to start dancing, because dance is the soul of a person, and you need to live in harmony with it. There is no age limit here: not only for young people, but also for the smallest young children from 2 years old, as well as for older people.

You can choose your own professional level.

Comfortable room with mirrors and machines, laminate flooring, shower room, dressing room.

Caucasian dances are taught by qualified teachers - choreographers, carriers of the culture of folk traditions.

School of Georgian dances Gergeti (CAO, SAO)


  • Timiryazevskaya metro station, st. Yablochkova 21, office 3
  • m. Arbatskaya, st. Bolshoy Afanasyevsky Lane, bld. 1

Phone: +7 (926) 047-07-47
Cost: from 4000 rubles. per month

The purpose of this school is to preserve the ancient traditions and foundations of Georgian dance and pass them on from generation to generation. Main directions: professional training in Georgian folk dance, teaching the basics of Caucasian dance choreography, staging a wedding dance, teaching tricks, individual choreography.

The lesson lasts two hours. The lesson always begins with a warm-up, during which all muscle groups are warmed up and stretched, endurance is trained. This is followed by a block of studying certain elements of each dance, special attention is paid to the positioning of the hands and the technical features of each element, everything is practiced many times in order to eventually bring everything to automatism.

The whole second half of the lesson is devoted directly to the dance: staging a drawing, connecting choreographic elements together, as well as the birth of a sense and understanding of the soul of each dance.

Separate and great attention is paid to the development and staging of stunt elements.

Georgian dance school "Kavkasioni" (CAO, SAO)


  • 1
  • Timiryazevskaya metro station, Dmitrovskoe shosse, 11

Phone: +7 (926) 047-07-47, +7 (965) 194-42-57
Cost: cost is specified by phone

School of Georgian dances "Kavkasioni" was founded in 1995. Today it is one of the leading Georgian schools in Moscow.

The school is based on classical choreography and elements of acrobatics - this is what gives Georgian dances beauty and brightness. A special status is betrayed by the exemplary ensemble of Georgian dances "Kavkasioni" - a bright explosion of emotions and unique impressions from a meeting with real Georgia!

Professional teachers - choreographers will teach real Georgian folk dances with all the majesty and grace.

Lezginka school "Pride of the Caucasus" (CAO, ZAO)


  • m. Street 1905, Street 1905, 5
  • Barrikadnaya metro station, Kudrinskaya square, 1

Phone: +7 (495) 542-16-05, +7 (917) 590-83-99
Cost: from 400 rubles. for 1 lesson

Teaching Georgian dances is no less interesting and exciting process in comparison with the Georgian dances themselves.

In this school, the work of a Georgian dance choreographer is akin to the work of a sculptor who, in addition to physical, moral and time expenses, puts his soul into the final result. After all, it is the students in this school who demonstrate one or another level of mastery of their body, show how fruitfully the teacher-choreographer worked on them.

Georgian dance courses at the school "Pride of the Caucasus" provide an opportunity to engage in both those who wish to dance professionally and perform on the big stage.

Classes are taught by experienced choreographers with higher choreographic education.

Georgian dance studio "Metekhi" (SAO, ZAO, SAO) Bolshoy Tishinsky per. 38, p. 1 (dance school "Pilonia")

  • m. Savelovskaya, st. Butyrskaya 15, (-1 floor)
  • m. Belyaevo, st. Trade union house. 83 B (NUST MISIS Sports Complex)
  • Website:
    Phone: +7 (985) 127-00-77
    Cost: from 650 rubles. for 1 lesson

    The following types of Georgian dance will be taught here:

    • Kartuli. It is performed by a dancing couple and combines the softness and grace of a woman and the pride and love of a man. The gaze of a man is always turned to a female partner, the torso remains motionless. The woman glides across the floor like a swan across the smooth surface of a lake. The dance expresses the chivalrous attitude of a Georgian man towards a woman, who shows her the highest degree of respect.
    • "Khorumi" is a military dance that originates from Adjara, a region located in southwestern Georgia. 30-40 dancers can participate in "Khorumi". This dance shows the life of the Georgian army of the past centuries. Several men perform the "prelude" to the dance, as if looking for a campsite and enemy camps. They then "summon" the army to the "battlefield". The march of the army is a very exciting sight.
    • "Acharuli" . It differs from other dances in its bright, colorful costumes and playful mood, which is created by the simple but precise movements of the dancers on stage. The dance is characterized by graceful, light, playful flirting between men and women.
    • "Kazbeguri" is a dance from the north of Georgia, performed exclusively by men and demonstrates the endurance and inflexible character of the highlanders. This is a bright and full of energy dance, where each participant strives to show their best side.
    • Partsa . This energetic dance is characterized by: fast pace, rhythm, festive mood and colorfulness. This dance creates a mood and fills with the desire to have fun. "Partsa" is a group dance that captures the history of Georgia and the Georgian spirit. This is a very ancient dance, popular at rural festivals.
    • Mtiuluri. Groups compete in complex moves followed by solo performances of amazing knee and toe tricks. At the end, everyone performs a beautiful finale. The dance is reminiscent of a holiday in the mountains.
    • Kintouri . One of the city dances illustrating the life of the townspeople of old Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. It is characterized by oriental, Asian rhythms, extravagant pas, cheerful, playful gestures. This colorful dance impresses with a delightful combination of farce and virtuosity.
    • "Honga" - this dance comes from Ossetia. The costumes for this dance are distinguished by long sleeves, as well as high headdresses for both women and men. Honga men dance on their toes. This dance is performed by a small number of dancers and is characterized by grace and softness of movement.
    • "Simdi" - wedding dance. In its architectonics, it contains elements of the totem cult of the religious and social system. According to folk motives, a woman personifies a dove, and a man a hawk. "Simdi" is performed by a large number of couples. Its charm lies in the strict graphic construction of the dance line, the contrast of the dancers' white and black robes, and the elegance of their movements.

    School of Lezginka and other Caucasian dances Asker Eneev (SAO)

    Address: m. Dmitrovskaya, st. Novodmitrovskaya, 5A, bld. for 1 lesson

    Lezginka school "AssaParty" was founded in 2009 for everyone who wants to feel healthy, cheerful, beautiful and self-confident people on the dance floor, whether it's a wedding or a dance party.

    This school has a special approach to the learning process. Teachers will teach you how to dance confidently and beautifully at any event, no matter what, the main conditions are: music, place and, of course, the audience.

    School of Caucasian dances "AssaParty" is a special atmosphere and an unforgettable cocktail of positive emotions, hot temperament, clarity of movements and musical rhythm that will help you learn Georgian dances.


    • Choreography
    • Phys. preparation
    • Dance training in the North Caucasus and Transcaucasia
    • Acrobatics
    • Caucasian tricks


    There are actions for young people: "My Friend" and "Student".
    If you bring a friend to the dance and pay for a monthly subscription, you can get a 50% discount for the next month. And there are discounts for full-time students.

    "Satave", school of Georgian dances and peoples of the Caucasus and Transcaucasia (South Administrative District)


    • Belyaevo metro station, Profsoyuznaya street, 92
    • m. Vernadsky Avenue, Vernadsky Avenue, 29

    Phone: 8 (977) 942-12-18
    Cost: price is specified by phone

    those who have the desire to dance, with any level of training, will overcome their fear and excitement. Come with a desire and in a good mood. This is not just a dance school, but a big friendly family, because anyone can be trained here: from a doctor to a journalist.

    Dance school "Satave" - ​​innovative course programs and teachers with a long work experience. Here you can find a variety of seminars for personal development and learn something new.

    The dance studio not only teaches you how to move plastically, but here the very way of life of a person changes. Dance school "Satava" employs choreographers who devote themselves entirely to dancing. And you are also invited to become a member of this friendly family.

    School of Caucasian dances (YuAO)


    • m. Gagarin Square, Leninsky Prospekt, 30
    • m. Academician Yangel street, Rossoshanskaya street, 1
    • m. Lyublino, Belorechenskaya st., 3

    Phone: +7 (495) 764-73-37 +7 (985) 764-73-37
    Price: from 600 rubles for 1 lesson

    School of Caucasian dances in Moscow is a place of communication for energetic people who are keenly interested in the history of their homeland, learning the basics of the national cultures of a multilingual country. It's never too late to start dancing. There is no age limit for students in this school. In the halls people from 2 to 50 years old and more can practice.

    On the territory of the dance school, classes are held for professional dance groups, amateur performances, and children's groups.

    You can order tailoring of your own costume from costume designers, craftsmen who make traditional national clothes of the Caucasus.

    Dancing for Georgians is an integral part of life, a way to express one's thoughts and feelings.