Dance Classes in Coronado

50% Off

North Park

$48 $24

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83% Off Dance Lessons

Kearny Mesa

$149 $25

Expert dance instructors lead students of all levels through their choice of dancing style such as tango, Israeli folk dance, and swing

Half Off Hip-Hop, Cardio, and Jazz Dance Classes at Studio FX

Miramar

$44 $22

Seasoned instructors teach dancers of all ages and experience levels the intricacies of hip-hop dancing

45% Off Dance Workshop for Singers Classes

East Village

$100 $55

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Up to 54% Off Dance Classes at Majesty in Motion

Multiple Locations

$65 $30

Social dance lessons that cover the basic and advance steps of salsa and cha cha

57% Off Barre Instructor Certification Course

Multiple Locations

$325 $139

Certification course readies budding instructors to teach BarreVite classes and adds to the expertise of existing instructors

45% Off Services

La Mesa

$300 $165

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Up to 56% Off Ballroom-Dancing Lessons

La Mesa

$34 $15

Dancer with more than 20 years experience teches adults and children the basics of ballroom dancing

Up to 46% Off Ooh La La Dance Academy

Village

$15 $8

Ladies learn fun, flirty moves in an encouraging class that begins with the basics of rhythm and moves on to routines with chairs and boas

Up to 61% Off at The School of Ballet Arts

Santee

$75 $37

Classes emphasize proper ballet technique, pointe, classical variations, stretch, tap, and jazz

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A childhood peppered with basketball, football, and volleyball couldn't keep Mary Murphy out of the ballroom after she was struck by the athleticism of the sport while watching a championship performance in her early twenties. She began to compete around the world, eventually slowing down enough to found Champion Ballroom Academy in 1990 and finally teaching there full-time in between stints on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance.

Mary has plucked like-minded instructors for her studio, some of whom created Core Rhythms, a Latin dance-based aerobics program. Many of the other teachers are competitive-dance champions or black belts in hula hoop. Aside from running a flourishing dance studio, Mary's palpable passion for the art form has also driven her to play a leading role in San Diego's Chance to Dance program, a curriculum that introduces school kids to the artistry and strength-building foundations of dance.

3580 5th Ave
San Diego,
CA
US

Marie Davidson is no stranger to fitness—she's a nutrition nut and ACE-certified personal trainer with an impressive resume that spans the spectrum of fitness modalities. She, like many others, quickly got bored with the same old routines, spurring her on to search for something a bit more layered, empowering, and fun. When she discovered pole dancing, she fell head over stiletto heels, eventually opening up her own studio to share her newfound discovery with the community.

Whether the aim is to sculpt a more toned physique, learn some sensual moves, boost confidence levels, or have a fun night out with girlfriends, Davidson works to help women achieve their goals within her mirrored studio lined with chrome poles. With a team of practiced instructors, she teaches classes that challenge participants both physically and emotionally, encouraging women and firemen enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes to feel comfortable in their own skin and cultivate a healthy lifestyle.

2828 University Ave, Ste 105
San Diego,
CA
US

Specializing in a variety of social dance styles, A Time To Dance's team of talented instructors motivates students of all abilities to groove across the floor during drop-in group, progressive, and private classes. The schedule offers classes six days a week, including Zumba sessions, in which Latin beats and easy-to-follow steps lambaste calories faster than a dietician sword-fighting a gingerbread man. Similarly, swing dancing helps to prepare Lindy Hoppers for rockabilly weddings, and salsa classes at the studio come in mild and medium, covering spins, footwork, and partnering. Dancers from across the skill spectrum can also strut their stuff during tango, bachata, Bollywood, and hip-hop sweat sessions. Those seeking individualized attention can jump into private lessons, during which instructors tailor tutelage in any type of dance to each individual's skill set.

3982 30th St
San Diego,
CA
US

It's not unusual to walk into a studio at Aerial Revolution Entertainment and watch students unroll their yoga mats, take a few deep breaths, and climb a few feet into the air before stretching. The center's aerial yoga classes take advantage of aerial silks to enhance yoga poses, allowing playful and expressive routines led by owner Jessica Flores and her talented staff. Inside the studio, 3,000 square feet of space is dedicated to aerial arts such as the trapeze, lyra, and fighter jet piloting, and another 3,000 square feet of space hosts vinyasa yoga, Zumba, and bellydancing classes. Given the close quarters, the challenging and graceful movements of different disciplines are bound to overlap.

5370 Napa St
San Diego,
CA
US

Since 1984, the studio’s experienced instructors have conveyed their ballroom skills to both beginner and seasoned students, including Dancing with the Stars’ Emmitt Smith. As the instructor team takes the reins during group and private classes, students learn the graceful moves and footwork for the cha cha, the waltz, salsa, swing, or other ballroom styles. The studio also offers a special wedding course that gets couples ready for their big days, enabling them to finally have a reason to be the center of attention at a wedding. Many of the studio’s dancers also train for national competitions, often under the leadership of studio director and championship dancer Raza Begg.

7528 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego,
CA
US

Drawing on her background as a competitive dancer, choreographer, and certified yoga instructor, Lesa M. Green combines ballet barre exercises with Pilates and yoga techniques in her signature class, The MIX Technique. Sessions help clients to build stronger cores and leaner muscles and can be complemented by sessions of massage, acupuncture, or personal training. The studio also offers yoga for all speeds, including slow-practice yin yoga and yoked yoga, which blends yoga with weights and cardio work. Guests can slow down even more with bedtime yoga classes conducted by candlelight or stop in for a monthly Yoga Winedown, where guests can stretch their arms out for another glass of refreshing grape blood.

4836 Rolando Blvd
San Diego,
CA
US