Fancy Feet Dance Academy is a studio where children and adults can express themselves and grow creatively.
In addition to two dance studios, Fancy Feet offers birthday parties for children ranging from character, spa, and rock star parties. Book your child's party with Fancy Feet today!
The Mirror Ballroom, formerly Ultimate DanceSport, offers group classes in a variety of styles that range from salsa and hip-hop to historical dance. After treading the boards of its spacious dance floors, no other danceable surface will feel intimidating. Try rock stepping without having to barefoot it through a rock garden during Lindy Hop, or give either ocean-facing swing style—West-Coast Swing or East-Coast Swing—a go. New dancing chips can dip into beginner salsa or get to know a move or two in beginner social dance. The cast of instructors is comprised of enthusiastic teachers with impressive moves interested in assisting dancers of all levels. Come alone and scope out a dance or dinner partner, or bring a partner in crime by buying an additional Groupon as a gift to practice waltzing casually away from the scenes of your crimes.
The instructors at Del Campo Dance Studio don't just know how to dance, they know how to teach because owners Mike and Gina Del Campo put a large emphasis on education during their training. And it shows as their friendly instructors create a welcoming and supportive environment for all levels of students as they learn salsa, argentine tango, swing, and ballroom-style dances for recreation, weddings, or recreational weddings held at rec centers. Private and group lessons are taught at the studio, which is tucked in The Dance Corner. Pupils can practice form and footwork with a variety of partners as they enjoy the casual atmosphere filled with local club-hoppers and a DJ spinning Latin beats well into the night.
Founded with the goal of bolstering childhood development via confidence- and fitness-boosting programs, Tricks Gymnastics, Dance, and Swim's team of instructors keeps kids of all ages active and engaged via a host of high-energy classes. The highly skilled and friendly crew works hard to foster a nurturing environment within each class, keeping a close eye on the kids while teaching them new skills via positive reinforcement and recognition of effort. All three locations offer dance classes that introduce preschool Baryshnikovs to the world of movement and grant school-aged pupils a chance to explore various styles ranging from ballet to jazz to ballroom hokey pokey.
Meanwhile, experienced coaches man gymnastics programs designed to combat inactivity and encourage healthy lifestyles. Young ones aged 0–5 burn excess energy and hone flexibility during Tumblebunny classes, and big kids build strength and character thanks to both noncompetitive and competitive programs. A variety of special events include date nights that enable parents to sneak off for an evening of fun while their progeny plays at the gym. The Folsom location further fortifies its kinetic curriculum with swim programs focused on teaching pupils the essentials of water safety and basic swimming techniques. Paddlers grouped into classes by age hop into the crystalline pool, splashing about in waters kept at a balmy 89 degrees to ward off loitering snowflakes.
The welcoming instructors at Sacramento Pole Fitness guide students of all experience levels through fun, sweat-inducing sessions of vertical acrobatics. In private, fitness-based classes, the teachers meet students in one-on-one sessions to help refine techniques, teach basic and intermediate moves, or perfect fireman escapes. With five-class passes, dancers have the freedom to try several different sessions. The Pole Orientation class begins with critical safety information before moving on to hands-on trials. Test out a variety of spins, climbs, twirls, and floor work in the Pole Passion class, which preps students to perform tougher cardio workouts and navigate a ropes course made of feather boas in the more advanced Pole Fitness class. Students never have to share poles, which vary in length up to 12 feet and by manufacturer, allowing dancers to test different poles.
Director Lena Logan already has a proven track record in the arts, racking up accolades as an actress, model, and Broadway dancer. Now, thanks to her work at Contemporary Dance Conservatory, she can add teacher to her already-sterling resume. Lena trains students based on their individual needs, strengths, and skills, sharing honest tutelage in ballet and contemporary styles that has helped former students gain admittance to the likes of NYU, Alvin Ailey, and Julliard. Students also display their skills in company productions as well as competitions that always seem to be held during a slow-motion rainstorm in a wind tunnel.