Check here for some of the most commonly asked questions and the corresponding answers.  If you can't find what you are looking for, don't hesitate to give us a call at 909-240-7615 to help you out.

Where are we located?

Our address is 10373 Trademark St, Ste E

Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

Trademark is between 4th & 6th Streets

Our studio is just 1-1/2 blocks West of Haven, on Trademark

(We are close to the Ontario Mills Mall)

Directions:

If you are coming from the 10fwy, exit at Haven and go North. The traffic light after 4th St is Trademark. Take a left and you'll see us on your left-hand side about 1-1/2 blocks down. If you miss the driveway, make a u-turn and come back. Trademark dead ends after 2 blocks.

If you are coming from the 210fwy, exit at Haven and go South. The traffic light after 6th St is Trademark. Take a right and you'll see us on your left-hand side about 1-1/2 blocks down.

If you are coming from Fontana, San Bern, etc, take the 210fwy to the 15fwy South, Exit at 4th St. Take 4th St West until Haven. Take a right onto Haven and then left at the first traffic light which is Trademark. We are on your left-hand side about 1-1/2 blocks down.

What Classes do we Offer?

Drop-In (no partner required): Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba - multiple levels.

4-week Enrollment (partner required): Couples Ballroom/Swing (a rotation of 10 dances - see dances/"ballroom/swing" for the list/dates)

How do I Sign Up?

We try to make it as easy as possible for you, so we give you options. You can register on-line, you can come in to the studio the day of a class (min 15 min before the class starts) or you can give us a call and we'll help you over the phone. As always, if you have any questions or run into any issues on-line, give us a call and we'll do our best to help you out.

Do you offer Free Classes? Can I watch a Class?

Dancing isn't to be watched - it's to be EXPERIENCED!! With that said, we don't offer free classes. You can, however, come and take your first class without pre-payment, and then after the class is done, and you've fallen in love with the instruction and the other students, we can discuss your options for payment of the class you took plus future classes. That way you get the freedom to choose a package after you've tried a class. If you are new to the studio and coming to take your first class, please arrive 15 minutes before the class start time.

We don't allow anyone to be in the room and just watch a class, because if you are in a class trying to learn, you probably don't want anyone watching you, right? But, we have done some recent remodeling which makes it possible for you to speak to someone at the front desk while a class is happening so you can get a taste of the friendliness of the staff and students, the fun everyone has learning, and the supportive community that we are. We ask only one favor - please try to come on either a Tuesday or Thursday evening between 7 and 9pm. If you are unable to come those days, please give us a call

When are Classes Offered?

Please take a moment to look at our Schedule page for a list of classes by the week. The schedule shows both the Drop-in Classes and the Enrollment classes on a weekly list. Click the class name for a description.

Is there Anything Else I Should Know?

Please arrive for your class on-time. We start on-time and usually cover the most important information right at the beginning of the class. You usually need a few minutes to put on your shoes, wash your hands, sign in for class and say hi to everyone, so please account for that time needed and be ready for class to start on-time.

Please wear sensible footwear. No flip-flops are allowed at any time for any class. Stilettos and platform shoes are highly discouraged from all classes. Wear something that will stay on your feet and in which you can move freely and comfortably. You do not need to invest in dance shoes right away, but most students find them very beneficial after taking classes for a while.

Please come to have fun. We are a very friendly group, full of encouragement and support. The teaching is just as important as the community. If you are singled out in class for improvement in your steps, don't take it personally. We really want you to learn and you are always given personal attention even in a group setting. And, if you find value in what we offer, I'd ask you to tell 3 of your friends so they can have just as much fun as you!