Dance Classes in Appleton


$41 for $164 Worth of Dance Classes — Boogie Ballroom LLC

Boogie Ballroom

Menasha

From the merchant: Whether preparing for a wedding or hoping to pick up a new hobby, learn to dance in a private and group class setting

$164 $41

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10 or 20 Zumba Classes at FitNice (Up to 61% Off)

Fit Nice

YWCA

Fun, energetic classes use Latin-inspired beats and dance moves to help burn calories, melt fat, and tone bodies

$45 $20

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$50 for $100 Toward an Intro to All Stars Class — Green Bay Fusion All Star Cheerleading

Green Bay Fusion All Star Cheerleading

Howard

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$100 $50

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Private Dance Lessons and Practice Parties at Fred Astaire - Mequon (Up to 89% Off). Three Options Available.

Fred Astaire - Mequon

Mequon

Instructors teach students ballroom, Latin dance, and swing dancing techniques and allow them to practice their moves in during parties

$134 $20

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Private and Group Lessons and Socials at Fred Astaire Dance Studio (Up to 84% Off). Three Options Available.

Fred Astaire Dance Studio

Menomonee Meadows

Studio cofounded by Fred Astaire trains students with a curriculum that breaks social dances down into easily combined components

$200 $32

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Four or Eight Ballroom Dance Classes for a Single or Couple at Dancesport of Madison (Up to 58% Off)

Dancesport of Madison

Madison

Students of all experience levels learn ballroom steps & spins in classes of 12–15 dancers

$110 $49

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10 or 20 Cardio-Fitness Classes at Dance Life Studio and Fitness (Up to 78% Off)

Dance Life Studio and Fitness

Madison

Dance-themed fitness classes, including Zumba, Bollywood, burlesque, and belly-dance; yoga and kickboxing available, too

$100 $29

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Two or Four Private Dance Lessons for an Individual or a Couple at Fred Astaire Madison (Up to 59% Off)

Fred Astaire Madison

Madison

Experienced instructors lead dancers and optional partners through private, personalized lessons and practice parties

$134 $55

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J. Powell Dance Studio director Jim Powell uses his Arthur Murray Studios world-champion-instructor status to teach an array of precise rug-cutting techniques. The studio’s myriad styles of social, ballroom, and Latin dance call to clients eager to unveil rhythmic prowess at their wedding, holiday party, or two-weeks-notice meeting. One 45-minute private lesson customizes instruction to suit twinkling toes of all luminosities. Two 45-minute semiprivate sessions expand the pool of students only slightly, with an average of three to five couples paired with a proportionate number of coaches. Whether it’s a waltz, swing, samba, or salsa, the laudable instructors don’t simply teach steps but also project partner communication and symbiosis, so two swaying essences merge, and, like weekend nights in Vegas, blur indistinguishably together.

1532 Shawano Ave
Green Bay,
WI
US

Laura Bronk loves to dance?she's been at it since age 4?and her passion fueled her to work with master dance teachers. She opened Fancy Dancer Studio in 1997, and recruited a well-studied group of teachers to pass along their experience and love for the art form, just as her teachers did. Instructors include Mary Innes, who's skilled in working with young children, Zoe Bronk, who's a member of the Dance Masters of Wisconsin and teaches jazz, tap, and hip-hop, and Jennifer Kornowske, who began the Middle Eastern dance troup Navah Mirage. Fancy Dancer's classes are diverse as its teachers?one night can see both 3-year-olds dancing and singing along to goofy songs in Junior Tap and adult women tying on jangling hip belts and undulating in fast-paced belly-dance classes.

821 S Huron Rd
Green Bay,
WI
US

In 1947, on New York City's Park Avenue, the first Fred Astaire Dance Studio—cofounded by the eponymous toe tapper himself—opened its doors to the public. More than six decades later, now boasting schools across North America, the dancing institution still adheres to the legendary Mr. Astaire's curriculum and instruction techniques.

Specializing in social ballroom and competitive dances, the schools' current consortium of professional instructors shepherds students of all ages and skill levels through dance lessons that span from classic ballroom and foxtrot romps to the modern steps of salsa, swing, or mambo. In addition to classes, the studio hosts social practice parties where up to 40 students hone newly acquired rug-cutting capabilities. As foot-charming music blares from the speakers, instructors work to cultivate a lively social setting where each guest can dance, mingle, and surgically correct their second left foot without fear of embarrassment.

10934 N Prt
Mequon,
WI
US

For the last eight years, the highly trained, experienced instructors Deborah and Eric Gillitzer have helped students of all skill levels turn woeful wiggles into sophisticated shimmies just in time for weddings, dance competitions, and Friday nights with the house to yourself. Offering classes for adults in a wide variety of popular styles, Dance on Air will help you realize your boogie ambitions and reach your fitness goals with grace. The July schedule sports month-long group classes in Zumba, Viennese waltz, beginning cha cha, tango, beginning swing, beginning rumba, and more. Each four-week class meets once a week for one hour, generally in the early evening or around lunchtime, adding savory spice to any unseasoned day planner.

2960 Triverton Pike Dr
Fitchburg,
WI
US

TC Dance Club International's instructors have sharp intuition when it comes to movement. They know just how to align their hips during the tango, and just how to tilt their heads during the waltz. When they watch brand-new dancers, they can pinpoint areas of rigidity and smooth them out with simple adjustments. Whether teaching the cha-cha, foxtrot, or jitterbug, teachers explain and demonstrate each step, helping learners of all abilities dance with proper footwork and without jazz hands.

1004 South Olde Oneida Street
Appleton,
WI
US

Inspired by watching her sister turning and leaping in ballet class, Harley Atkinson began dancing at the age of 3. Throughout her life, she has gained a strong groundwork for dance, performing at the prestigious Makaroff School of Ballet and moving on to study contemporary and modern dance in college. Now a teacher at her own studio, she believes that everyone can learn to dance. She aims to free her students of their self-imposed limitations, motivating them to move their bodies to the music and gain confidence in their own styles. Following in a tradition she learned from her parents, Harley also offers reiki sessions for people who want to relax sans toe tapping.

The studio’s light and airy atmosphere contributes to the freedom of leaping as high as your body will allow. Upbeat music plays over the speaker system, a cushioned wooden floor prevents injuries, and floor-to-ceiling mirrors wrap around the walls to expose any tap-dancing shadow people.

273 W. Northland Ave
Appleton,
Wisconsin
US