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San Diego, CA 92111
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Dance Classes

Infinity supports all styles of dance from the classical Ballet, Jazz, Swing, all the club Latin dances as well as traditional ballroom. The classes you will see at Infinity are American Smooth Waltz, Foxtrot, Viennese Waltz and Tango as well as American Rhythm dances like Rumba, Cha-Cha, Samba, Swing and Mambo.


Infinity also provides more serious, technical study of International Latin and Standard dances; Rumba, Samba, Cha-Cha, Paso Doble and Jive make up the Latin division and Waltz, Foxtrot, Quick Step, Viennese Waltz and Tango are the International Standard dances.





Group Classes


In the beginning of your dance learning curve, the objective will be to learn the dance, of course; but having fun is the main reason most people take dance lessons.


Meeting new people, listening and dancing to gorgeous music, moving your body in a beautiful and sensual way and challenging yourself to learn something new is the real joy of learning to dance.

The world of ballroom dance is exploding all over the nation and television shows have made it the most popular new sport for the American public. And if you are single, many loving couple can testify to their romance starting on the dance floor in a class of "like minded people".


Infinity provides group classes almost every evening of the week. Check the schedule to find what group class is best for you.



A ballgown is known to be the most elegant and sophisticated look a lady can wear. It is also the most classic and enduring form of formal wear.


According to rules of etiquette, a ball gown must be worn where "white tie" or "evening dress" is specified on the invitation. It is traditionally a full-skirted gown reaching at least to the ankles, made of luxurious fabric, delicately and exotically trimmed. Most versions are cut off the shoulder with decollete necklines. Such gowns are typically worn with a stole (a formal shawl in expensive fabric), cape or cloak in lieu of a coat, "good" (couture or vintage) jewellery and opera-length gloves.


Standard accessories are dancing shoes and a clutch style evening bag. Where "state decorations" are to be worn, they are on a bow pinned to the chest, and married women wear a tiara if they have one. The ball-gown shape has changed little since the mid-19th century. Although artificial fabrics are now sometimes used, the most common fabrics are satin, silk, taffeta and velvet with trimmings of lace, pearls, sequins, embroidery, ruffles and ruching.

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