The Best Dance Classes in Toronto
The best dance classes in Toronto can help you bust a move whether it's for your bedroom or the club. It's possible to learn all kinds of styles in this city, so if you're interested in expanding your repetoire you'll want to two-step to some of these instructors.
Here are the best dance classes in Toronto.
Sashay your way from nearby Osgoode Station to this centre where there are so many classes on offer. K-pop, heels, jazz funk, hip hop, waacking, popping, dancehall, locking, Afro fusion, commercial choreography, Latin fusion, Afro Soca and even Beyonce-themed classes are available seven days a week.
Located in an historic building on Dupont near Ossington, this studio has been offering dance classes for decades. Some of the top pro dancers in the country teach over a hundred dance classes a week in styles like tap, house, ballet bootcamp, aerial silks, bachata, salsa and power barre.
More than just a dance studio, this place in the Danforth area is also a clinic with registered massage therapists. It doesn't matter what your skill level or experience is here, with tap, jazz, ballet and broadway classes.
Right near Dupont Station, you can learn styles like popping, locking, jazz funk, contemporary and street jazz at this space with sleek minimalist studios. They also have a Vancouver location.
Group classes in ballet, contemporary, hip hop, heels, ballroom, Latin, tap and Irish step dancing are offered at this Danforth centre. They also do pointe workshops and offer fitness dance classes in Zumba, Nia and Ginga styles.
You can try out an introductory class for free, no partner necessary, at this studio that's just a quick cha-cha from Bloor-Yonge Station. Introductory classes are perfect if you have absolutely no experience in a dance style, but they also go all the way up to advanced classes in styles like Latin hustle, salsa, bachata, Latin funk and West Coast Swing.
Looking to learn K-pop? Want to show off with your first dance at your wedding? This place in the Yonge and Wellesley area is for you. It's one of the largest dance facilities in downtown Toronto, and there are lots of options for drop-in classes.
Dance and fitness come together at this Danforth East studio that specializes in beginner classes for adults and inclusive fitness. Barre, Zumba, Nia, contemporary, broadway, yoga, LIIT, pilates and pop dance classes have a limited capacity so you'll want to sign up online in advance.
Bet you didn't know this Dundas West club, lounge and venue also does dance classes. Not only is this a great place to go for regular salsa dancing, they also teach lessons every Friday accompanied by live music, and even dinner and bottle service as well if you want.
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