It’s time to take up a new hobby or perhaps just take your passion for dance beyond the dance floor of a bar. Here are all the places you can go to attend dance classes, so you have the opportunity to bust out some of your best moves.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Is there an age limit or range?

Dancing is a natural and ageless form of expression. Although dance has no age restrictions, our studios are catered primarily towards adults looking to learn something new and have fun doing it. However, we do offer private lessons and select master classes for competitive youth dancers who are looking to take their skills to the next level.

Do you accept people with disabilities

Absolutely! We believe everyone should dance. We accept and welcome people with disabilities. In fact, many of our instructors are certified to teach aspiring wheelchair dancers. We even work with children who have learning disabilities.

How long does it take to learn to dance

Every person is different, but like with any other skill, it depends on the frequency of practice. The more you do it, the faster you’ll learn. We have advanced strategies to make learning fast, easy, and fun.

Also, it depends if your goal is to become a professional or a social dancer. If you choose to compete, then you will be entering an exciting yet rigorous period of training. On the other hand, if you want to improve your social dance skills, then completing a basic dance program may be just what you need. Either way, practice makes perfect!


Do you offer classes for boys?

Boys are welcome to enroll in any of our dance classes!


The Studio offers one or more classes to a new dancer based on the dancer’s age, ability, experience, interest and dance discipline of choice.



Every December The Studio invites parents into the dance studios to watch their children in rehearsal. This is the only week during the year when this privilege is extended to parents. Parents who miss this opportunity must wait until competitions or the Summer Strut Dance Recital to see their children in action.

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