We also have many very talented teachers that instruct out of the studio!  Call us at (561) 596-4581 and we'll help you find the best fit!

We also have many very talented teachers that instruct out of the studio!  Call us at (561) 596-4581 and we'll help you find the best fit!

"Sultry Swing" Dance Studio is located in the HEART of beautiful West Palm Beach, Florida!  We are just 2.5 miles east of the Turnpike (Okeechobee Blvd exit) and
just half a mile west of I-95 (Palm Beach Lakes Blvd exit).  We are located on the southeastern side of Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, turn in at Rain-Dancer Steakhouse off
Palm Beach Lakes Blvd and follow service road to "Professional Plaza".
Sultry Swing - West Palm Beach
2250 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd, Suite 112
West Palm Beach, FL  33409 - (561) 596-4581
Welcome to South Florida's HOME for Dancing!
Sultry Swing has been Palm Beach County's HOME for dance, for the past 11+ years.  We provide a fun, friendly atmosphere for
learning to dance!  We teach all Ballroom (both American and International), West Coast Swing, Salsa, Bachata, Country Two-step,
Line Dancing, Hustle, and Argentine Tango!  Our dance studio is owned and operated by John Harris and is filled with amazing
instructors and students that share our love of dancing.  The passion we have for dance is unmistakable!  Come and be a part of our
dance family!
No Partner Needed / Pay as You Go / Open to Public
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November 2019
John Harris (Owner of Sultry Swing)
He is a professional dance instructor, competitor, and judge.  He has
multiple titles at national competitions (including West Coast Swing,
Country, Salsa, and Hustle).  He is a retired Florida State West Coast
Swing Dance Champion and All-Star J&J Competitor in WCS.  He
currently is competing in Pro-Pro on the UCWDC Country Circuit with
Raquel Reynolds.  He has over 26+ years dancing and over 16+ years
of experience teaching
West Coast Swing, Ballroom, Country,
Latin, Salsa, & Hustle.  He has been the owner and head
instructor for 11+ years at Sultry Swing.
Let me give you some backdrop to my (John Harris) dance story. When I was 15, my Dad left my Mother.
For about a year my Mom was a complete mess until she ran into a dance studio named "Dance Connection". It
was not a place filled with the prettiest or wealthiest of people, it was just filled with some of the nicest, caring
people you ever will meet. I will tell you that the family my Mother created with the members of that studio
saved her from her misery. They danced together, they would get together on holidays and celebrate together,
they would even get together to help move each other, they were a dance family.

Fast forward several years and I was turning 20. I was a shy kid with very little self-confidence when it came
to meeting new people or having conversations with groups of people (some of that had to do with the
awkwardness of going though high-school at 6'4" and rail thin and part of it had to do with the fact that I'm half
deaf). My Mother, looking for a second miracle, pushed me into going to "Dance Connection" (I was more than
a bit unwilling, as I was told frequently by people that I lacked  talent in dance) with the hope that I would be
able to make some new friends. Over the next 6 months, I spent every single night dancing there, followed by a
trip after class to a local country dance bar for social dancing afterwards. Not only did I meet some awesome
individuals and find plenty of self-confidence; I also became quite the dancer. I had found a dance family of my
own. We would dance together, eat together, sometimes we'd go on vacations together, it was everything I
needed, it was my miracle.

Now fast forward 26 years, I have my own dance studio (for 11+ years now) and I am hopeful that I can be
half as successful in creating an atmosphere that will allow each of you to find your dance family as Grant
Austin's Dance Connection down in Fort Lauderdale did for me and my Mom. With that in mind, we have
created a schedule of dance events that allow each of you to learn to dance, to make new friends, and become
part of a community, part of our dance family.