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Do I need a partner?


Nope! Lindy Hop and other Swing Dances are social dances. Dancers are encouraged to dance with many different partners for their benefit.




Where are the lessons?


Third Coast Rhythm Project 1923 Lockhill Selma Rd Ste 101, San Antonio, TX 78213




Do we need to register ahead of time?


Yes - please book your class ahead of time in the "Classes" tab on our website. On the day of the class, you'll check in at the front desk. Most of our classes are open or beginner level. Please review the full class descriptions to check for any pre-requisites before booking.




What should I wear?


Our recommendation is that you wear something non-restrictive that you feel comfortable moving in. Be prepared to sweat a bit, especially when dancing to faster music! You don't need fancy new shoes for Swing dancing. We recommend wearing a lighter shoe that's comfy to bounce and twist in. Avoid sandals, open-toed shoes, grippy bottoms, and high heels.




Can my child take the beginner class?


Our classes are intended for ages 18+ or 16+ with parental consent. The pace and structure of the beginner class is not designed for children. Children can take our beginner class with a parent and they do not rotate partners. Though children are not prohibited, the experience is tailored to adults. Hopefully one day our community will have grown large enough for us to have a youth program!




What COVID safety precautions are you taking?


You can find our official COVID policy in the 'About' section on our website. These guidelines are mandatory. Students will not be allowed to take SASDS classes if they do not adhere to all guidelines listed above. Please review our COVID policy before booking your classes.




If I have a membership, can I just show up?


A membership allows you to book any class at any time. You must still book your spot in the classes you want to take after purchasing a membership. And don't forget to check in at the door!




What's the difference between a class and a course?


Classes are drop-in meaning dancers can book their spot at any time of the month and pay as they go. Courses are progressive meaning each week, the curriculum builds on itself. When booking a course, dancers are committing to the full month and must book their spot before the first class of the month.




Does the society dancers that can perform at my event?


Our performance team is currently unavailable.




What do the class levels mean?


Beginner - For folks who have never ever danced before, start here! Open Level - For everyone, whether you're a first-timer or seasoned dancer. Level 1+ - Prerequisites apply (see class description).





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