Welcome! Are you one of those who itches to MOVE to the music we all love? Check out line dancing; each dance is a different patterns of steps repeated throughout a song, and you don’t need a partner. At Dance With Janet, we rotate between about 250 line dances, though you will find over 500 lessons available.
It’s Just You?
Try Line Dancing!
- No Partner Needed
- Different Patterns of Steps
- Dance Individually
- Complete Instruction
- Beginner 1, Beginner 2, & Intermediate
- LIVE or Pre-Recorded Classes
Want to Dance With
That Special Someone?
- Partner Patterns (Start Here)
- Lead and Follow Dances
- But No Fighting On The Dance Floor!
- Partner Preferred, Not Required
- Monday Evening Classes
- Assorted Dances Taught
- Geared Towards Beginners
- Complete Instruction
- Available Digitally (INSTANT ACCESS), on DVD, or on Flash Drive
Are You Ready To Dance? Chat With Janet!
You Deserve Lessons From Chicagoland’s Most Trusted Line Dance Instructor!
Learn line dancing (or couples) in small groups of 6-36 people. Classes are offered at three levels: Beginner 1 (Brand New Dancers), Beginner 2 (Improver), & Intermediate. In-person classes are taught in the Chicago, IL area.
Learn From Home
Not In The Chicagoland Area? No Problem!
Choose from hundreds of recorded lessons. Access them instantly on your computer, or view them from a DVD or Flash Drive. Learn from home so when you go out dancing you’ll know what you’re doing!
So What’s Different About Dance With Janet?
Dance With Janet is a mobile dance studio providing small group & private lessons to adults in Chicagoland’s western suburbs. You’ll receive individualized attention at classes in various locations. DWJ classes are the step between lessons at a nightclub and instruction at a brick-and-mortar dance studio. You’ll develop your inner dancer, gain confidence, & make lifelong friendships in a safe & personal environment.
Janet & her hand-picked staff explain line dancing and country couples dances for only $10 per 60-75 minute lesson. Start dancing within 15 minutes, and if you are unhappy with your lesson, it’s FREE. Private and group lessons are available, both in-person and online, as well as instruction at corporate or private events.
“We love you, miss you and dancing is just more fun because you are our teacher!! You’re the best! Love having all these videos! Keep them coming! Thank you for all you do for us, you are the BEST!!”
“Thanks for the dance lesson! It was a lot of fun and you are really an excellent instructor!!”
“I don’t know where you came from, but I am VERY glad you are here! You are so talented and make dancing even more fun than it already is. Thanks. You are an awesome dancer and instructor!”
“I LOVE our teacher Janet Kruse. She ROCKS !!!!!!”
“Janet does a great job of teaching to a group with a wide range of talents.
Makes it fun and keeps everyone focused. Go ahead and give it a try!”
“Thank you, Jan, for everything you taught me! I am making do with what northwestern Arkansas has to offer for line dancing, which isn’t much, but it wouldn’t be the same if I hadn’t learned from you! If I hadn’t taken your class, I honestly don’t think I’d even be dancing today! THANK YOU!!!”
“You are such a good teacher and kind soul. A BIG thank you for teaching us. It’s obvious that you love dancing and have a passion to share it with others. Not everyone with skill, talent, and years of experience, however, has the ability to successfully guide novices. You are compassionate and encouraging, affirming and tactful, devoted and generous with your time, and you do not reveal a loss of patience or hope. This is why we have great appreciation for what you do. There are other lessons to learn on the dance floor besides the dancing, which makes it even more interesting relationally.”
“Thank you so much for making it so much fun. I am so happy to have found a place where I can go line-dancing and not have to have a “date” or go to a bar! I look forward to the new session!”
“You have changed my life – – for the very good! We are going to dance more than ever this year – thanks to you and all your line-dancing friends…”