At Arthur Murray Dance Centers Hawaii our instructors are certified and constantly training on the best techniques for teaching dance and can put you in touch with today’s most popular social dances.
Each student has a team of dance instructors who are responsible for their progress and keeping them on track.
The Owner, Franchisee, and Master Trainer at Arthur Murray Dance Centers Hawai'i. Originally from the country of Panama she has been dancing latin dances; Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, etc... all her life. While attending the University of Washington she discovered Ballroom Dancing. She moved to Hawai'i in 2010 with her family. She is passionate about teaching dance and supporting our dance 'ohana and hoaloha in Hawai'i.
All great dancers have one thing in common, they started out as beginners. Arthur Murray’s system is designed for students of all levels of dance experience. Our instructors will tailor a program especially for you. Everything you learn will connect to another pattern, dance, or concept and is planned according to your skill level so everything is fun, quick, and easy to learn. We believe in making it easy for you to learn to Dance and put an extra pep in your step. You may be walking in, but you will definitely be dancing out!
From Sacramento, CA.
I started dancing because I was quiet and shy, and wanted to be more outgoing to be more comfortable talking with girls. Every lady wants a man who can dance.
I love to see people have that "ah hah!" moment when they do something they never thought they could have.
Quote: The first 90% takes 10% of the time, the last 10% takes 90% of the time and effort.
From Sugar Land, TX.
I started dancing because I love both music and movement, and dancing is the combination of those two!
Dance is an amazing part of my life. It's a great way to stay fit. I use it as my main source of cardio. Also, knowing how to dance means i can go out and have fun without drinking.
Being a dance instructor gives me the opportunity to share all of the benefits I've gotten from dance with students.
Quote: “Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”