Dance Classes in Belton

$24 for a 90-Minute Wedding Dance Workshop for Two at Go Dance ($48 Value)

Go Dance

Multiple Locations

Instructors teach engaged couples dance techniques to impress friends and family on their big day

$48 $24

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$28 for $50 Groupon — daniela arcuri4 tango

Daniela 4 Tango

Austin

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

$50 $28

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$23 for $90 Worth of Dance Lessons — Soul 2 Sole Dance Academy

Soul 2 Sole Dance Academy

Austin

Talented instructors lead dance classes in a variety of styles and levels for all ages

$90 $23

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One or Two Months of Swing-Dance Lessons for One or Two at The Lindy Project (Up to 57% Off)

The Lindy Project

Multiple Locations

Explore dance styles from the 1920s and '30s with lessons in East Coast swing, Lindy Hop, and Charleston

$45 $22

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Private and Group Latin and Ballroom Dance Classes from Dance U2 (Up to 75% Off). Four Options Available.

Dance U2

Northwest Austin

Salsa, Bachata, cha-cha, kizomba, merengue, country western and tango lessons as well as multiple swing and ballroom styles

$114 $29

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5, 10, or 15 Adult Dance Classes at Balance Dance Studios (Up to 74% Off)

Balance Dance Studios

Barton Hills

Balance, coordination, and a boost in self-confidence are fostered during disco, belly-dance, and Broadway-dance classes

$85 $29

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Four Children's Dance or Theater-Arts Preschool Classes at Joyce Willett School of Dance (Up to 74% Off)

Joyce Willett School of Dance

Northwest Austin

Teachers emphasize socialization as students explore jazz, ballet, tap, and hip-hop, or role-play through theater-arts classes

$95 $25

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PAIYH Dance Studios offers a variety of classes for ages 2 through Adult, as well as summer camps and birthday parties. PAIYH's boutique offers dancewear, streetwear, and unique gifts.

13420 Galleria Cir
Bee Cave,
TX
US

Chi Chi Randolph has choreographed routines for hip-hop artists including Nelly and the Black Eyed Peas. Kari Lehman has 15 years of ballet training experience. Viviane Bressan turned her love of belly dance into a career, traversing the globe while teaching and performing the ancient art. At Dance Austin Studio, these three number among more than a dozen dance instructors whose dazzlingly diverse backgrounds enable an array of classes for everyone from preschoolers to grownups and fitness buffs to serious students of dance.

Zumba combines fast-paced cardio choreography with dynamic Latin rhythms, and the 18-and-older Sexy Stiletto Fit class uses high heels to tone calves and build confidence. Students can choose to learn fundamental positions, steps, and vocabulary during structured ballet, lyrical, and jazz programs, or they can develop video-ready swagger during hip-hop classes. The studio’s sense of fun occasionally spills out into the community—it recently teamed up with the city’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to spark a flash mob at city hall, held to raise awareness of emergency preparedness and help officials practice what to do if invaded by dancing aliens.

9012 Research Blvd
Austin,
TX
US

Inner Diva gets ladies safely twirling with a staff of certified personal trainers and professional dancers during dance-fitness classes that tone bodies and transform cores into upper-body powerhouses. Ranging from beginner to advanced, pole-dancing classes build balance, control, and core strength as ladies move through choreographed spins and hoist themselves aloft with gripping moves. Other classes sacrifice the pole but none of the sultry steps by encouraging ladies to dress up in their favorite pair of heels or ankle-length Victorian bathing suits for choreographed burlesque or hip-hop sessions. The practice space also rents out the studio for 90-minute private parties. Along the hardwood floor and its outcropping of 10 poles, revelers celebrate everything from birthdays to girls' night out. Instructors lead a class of your choice, and every attendee, just like every successfully appointed Supreme Court justice, gets a free feathered boa.

10401 Anderson Mill Rd
Austin,
TX
US

Named for Charles Lindbergh's feat of leaping across the Atlantic with a plane strapped to his back in 1927, the lindy hop shook the foundations of many an American dance hall in the 1920s and '30s. During those roaring decades, the dance blended unrestrained new forms of movement, including jazz, tap, breakaway, and the Charleston. The dance became synonymous with swing, requiring of its dancers athleticism, enthusiasm, and a bit of training. Today, in an era of popping and locking, or programming robotic shoes to dance for you, the instructors at The Lindy Project keep the art form fresh, imparting Austin's two-steppers with the skills and fitness to perform this slice of Americana.

They lead group classes twice a week for couples and solo artists, or expedite the process with private lessons taught by an instructor schooled in a wide range of styles, such as balboa and shag. The art's many influences leave room for individualization and improvisation in dance styles, with some instructors incorporating more lifts and twirls while others perform tap moves while wearing scuba flippers.

2302 Western Trails Boulevard
Austin,
TX
US

In 1976, educator, musician, and kinesiologist Robin Wes longed for a children's gym that prioritized personal growth over competition. Unveiled at a time when physical-education classes pushed students to focus almost exclusively on winning, Robin's program was swiftly adopted and is now used in more than 300 Little Gyms worldwide. Robin still pens original music to accompany lessons, which engage whippersnappers 4 months old to 12 years old with gymnastics, dance, karate, and parent and child activities. Each of The Little Gym's classes introduces simple movements that sharpen motor skills and set brains whirring, allowing kids to progress at their own pace until they can finally build a computer out of macaroni and glitter. Staff members strive to build a base for lifelong social skills and self-assurance with each exercise, including activities rooted purely in fun, such as summer camps or birthday parties, which helped The Little Gym to earn title of #1 Birthday Chain in Parents magazine .

14010 N Highway 183
Austin,
TX
US

"Anyone can learn to dance," declares Go Dance owner Mylie Alrich. And she's not the only one who thinks so?throngs of students flock to the studio for the large selection of easy-to-follow classes led by a team of more than 35 seasoned instructors. In addition to student testimonials, the readers of the Austin Chronicle crowned Go Dance for having the "Best Dance Classes" for four years in a row.

Much of these hard-earned accolades stem from the instructors' ability to teach ballroom, salsa, swing, country, and other styles while, at the same time, cultivating a welcoming vibe in which students can meet new friends and feel like they're part of a community. After tackling a variety of moves, students can show them off during weekly social and newcomer nights at the Lakeway, North Austin, or South Austin locations.

2525 W Anderson Ln, Ste 530
Austin,
TX
US