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For all of our academy classes, you can wear anything you would wear to the gym. Make sure it is something comfortable that you can move in and that doesn't get in the way or cause you to trip. We also recommend that you wear your hair such that it does not hang in your face or cause you to be fussing with it throughout class.

For introduction classes, we do not require you to purchase Irish dance shoes immediately. You can start by simply wearing a clean pair of tennis shoes or if you have old ballet slippers or jazz shoes, those will work as well. We don't encourage socks because they cause you to slip and offer no support for your feet.

Once you've been in class for a month or two, you should be ready to invest in your first pair of Irish dance shoes. For girls that would be ghillies and for boys that would be reel shoes. These can be purchased through a local distributor, Atkinson Irish Products, in White Lake or online through a reputable Irish dance shoe manufacturer. We also have a consignment section at our Rochester Hills studio for reselling used shoes when you out grow them.

Yes! You are welcome to come to one of our Intro classes for a trial at no charge. Simply click the "Register for Classes" button and create an account. Afterwards, find the class you want to try and select "Schedule a Trial". It's that easy!

If you are new to Irish dance, you will want to start with Intro to Irish Dance. This will give you the basics of Irish dance soft or light shoe dances and terminology. Once you have a handle on that, you will move into a Class A that is appropriate for your age. For adults, you are welcome to also register for our Intro hard shoe class as well or wait until you become familiar with soft shoe.

If you have some experience, please email us and tell us what that is so that we can advise you on an appropriate trial class and have the instructor than suggest a class.

Anytime! We run classes year round and you are welcome to start at anytime. The structure is such that you will not feel like you are behind because each student progresses at their own rate and is continually learning new things.

When you register between September and May, you are registering for the school year, but you may stop at any time as well. All you have to do is tell us before the first of the month that you will not be continuing next month and we will drop you from the class. We work like a gym membership where you pay the same amount each month regardless of how many classes fall in that month and you can stop your monthly fee by notifying us. Summer classes run June, July, and August and have their own structure with some different unique opportunities and camps over the summer.

No Dress Code. No Long Term Commitment. No Waiting to Advance

The best feature of our pricing model is that our monthly rates are based on total weekly class time - not skill level or age. In other words, our students won't get penalized with higher fees for making progress (like at other schools). We eliminate the conflict of interest around promoting students to advanced classes for more money, giving you confidence that you and your peers are truly at the correct level in your Irish dance training.

With Motor City Irish Dance, there are no misleading gimmicks or hidden fees. Your monthly rate doesn't change regardless of how many times the classes meet each month or when you start - very much like a membership fee. We keep things simple, transparent, sensible, and fair - especially with our secure auto-pay feature. And if you find yourself being unable to cover the monthly fee, please come talk to us - we will work with you to make it right. You shouldn't settle for anything less.

But if you are still looking for more, we are also happy to offer you our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied within 7 days of your first class, we will completely refund your tuition and registration fees.

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