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10 specialist dance classes in Toronto when you want to learn some new moves

Dance classes in Toronto are great for when you need to learn some moves to freshen up your knowledge, and of course, your routines. Adopt new techniques and study dances you didn't even know existed at these studios.

Here are some options for dance classes in Toronto when you want to learn a special skill. For more dance classes make sure to check out some of Toronto's best dance studios.

Bulent & Lina

Get to know the Argentine tango at this studio in Baldwin Village that has a flexible class schedule for beginners and employs teachers that are pro dancers who have performed all over the world.

Star Dance Centre

If you don't want to do just any wedding dance, go to this dance school near Sheppard-Yonge Station. They can help you out with original choreography, a wide variety of dance styles to incorporate, pro dance moves, how to look good on camera and even picking a special song.

Toronto Dance Salsa

Salsa is one of the most fun dances to learn, and this place specializes in teaching it to people. Located in a second floor space on Empress Walk in North York, they offer salsa classes from "level one" all the way up to a challenging "level six."

Your Dance Class

Heels can be a very technical style of dance, and all levels including open levels are offered at classes this company runs out of venues like Society Clubhouse in Little Italy. Heels classes are fun here whether you have years of training or none at all.

MVP Dance Co.

Contemporary dance classes are the name of the game at this place near Rosedale Station. Classes are offered in a variety of styles, but they're known for their beginning and intermediate contemporary programs.


Want to learn the hard-hitting style of waacking? Open drop-in classes in this style are frequently put on at this female-run creative space in Little Italy that's designed for pre-professional and recreational dancers alike.

Albanico Dance

The bachata can be learned many places in Toronto, but the teachers at this Etobicoke space on Bloor West are top notch. Group classes, private lessons, outdoor classes and indoor classes are all offered.

DanceLife X

K-pop has been taking the world by storm and you can be part of the phenomenon with classes at this place in the Yonge and Wellesley area. Drop-in classes, courses and private lessons are all available, and you can even request songs for learning the full choreo.

In Studio

Ballet is one of the most well-known dance forms, but when you want specialized classes in this art, you want to head to the experts at the National Ballet of Canada. You can do absolute beginner, contemporary and classical ballet classes here, as well as full body barre.

Egyptian Dance Academy

This Danforth school will teach you the craft of belly dancing, taking you from a beginner to a full-fledged performer with classes to boost your confidence.

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