Dance Classes in New York City

Up to 69% Off Classes at Manhattan Ballroom Dance

Garment District

$80 $29

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Competitive dancers, including international champions, lead classes in Latin and American social-dance styles

Arthur Murray Manhattan Fifth Avenue Dance Centers – Up to 88% Off

Midtown

$320 $69

Seasoned dance instructors impart styles such as the cha-cha, foxtrot, or mambo during private lessons and group classes

44% Off Services

Garment District

$90 $50

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

65% Off Dance Lessons

Midtown South Central

$220 $77

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

Up to 67% Off Hip-Hop Dance Workshop or Kids' Birthday Party

Garment District

$180 $59

Dance workshops at a studio run by experienced hip-hop dancer and choreographer who has performed with T.I. and Ludacris and worked with MTV

Up to 50% Off Private Dance Lessons

Herald Square

$130 $69

Flexible private lessons for ballroom, salsa, Argentine tango, wedding, and and other dances; valid for any age and no partner is required

Up to 71% Off at BellyDance America

Garment District

$65 $25

Seasoned instructors demystify the Middle Eastern art of speaking with the hips in belly-dance classes

Up to 67% Off Classes at PMT Dance Studio

Greenwich Village

$140 $49

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Learn styles such as Capoeira and Haitian, break dancing, hip-hop and funk, or jazz; youth classes train students ages 2.5–13

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Dance Times Square’s founders and professional Latin ballroom dancers, Tony Meredith and Melanie LaPatin, corral expert dance instructors into their studio space to teach students of all levels high-energy dance routines. With an impressive roster of celebrity clientele, such as Vanessa Williams, Pierce Brosnan, and Betty Boop, along with decades of experience in the dance and choreography world, Tony and Melanie remain leaders in competitive Latin ballroom dance. The nimble-footed instructors rolls out dynamic group and private lessons, leading participants in shimmying through a wedding dance class or mastering skills for such dances as the salsa, tango, cha-cha, or swing.

156 W 44th St
New York,
NY
US

Stepping Out Studios owner George Qiao carries on Stepping Out Studio's tradition of teaching partner dances such argentine tango, swing, salsa, hustle, and country western to all levels and backgrounds, with a team of experienced instructors on staff. Stepping Out's staff roster is comprised of competitors who’ve graced the stages of TV programs such as the Today Show, Dancing with the Stars, and numerous off-Broadway productions.

The teachers also stay connected to the local dance community, so they can recommend local clubs to their students once they've mastered salsa and merengue at four-week Crash Courses or the smooth-steps of the foxtrot at group classes. But students don’t have to go far to show off their skills—the studio hosts dance parties almost every day.

37 W 26th St
New York,
NY
US

Icon Parking Systems' parking facilities safely house vehicles of all shapes and sizes as owners go to work, relax at home, or take in the sights of the Big Apple. Conveniently tucked in the most prestigious corners of Manhattan—which are also the areas least menaced by aimless teenage tow-trucks—these lots offer easy access to any number of restaurants, Broadway theaters, and concert halls. Many automotive stables have no daily or weekly time limit, so drivers may come and go as they please or leave rides in the same spot for dedicated, month-long portraits. Monthly customers can sign up for the Preferred Customer Club, which grants them an exclusive card and half-off parking at any of Icon Parking Systems' 200 facilities or UFO landing pads scattered throughout Manhattan.

101 W 72nd St
New York,
NY
US

Sheena Larsen wasn’t that familiar with latin dance, but that didn’t stop the then-high-schooler from entering a salsa competition at a local dance club. As it turned out, her confidence was warranted: Larsen and her partner walked away with first prize. And Larsen was hooked.

Today, Larsen shares her love of latin dance at Step Into Salsa, the studio she cofounded with Cesar Carrasco in 2010. Along with a team of instructors, she leads students of all levels through the rhythmic undulations of salsa, Zumba, and bachata dance. She structures the classes in four-week cycles that build on lessons learned in each class, ensuring that students can answer basic questions including “what is the difference between salsa and mambo?” and “how many does it take to tango?”

500 8th Ave
New York,
NY
US

It all began with a party. When Z Club NY co-founder Claudia Salem was invited by business partner Edmee Cherdieu D’Alexis to a Zumba party at S.O.B.’s in New York, she was expecting a fun and invigorating workout. But the passion and energy emanating from the crowd made her realize that she was witnessing something more. Claudia and Edmee strive to recreate that same atmosphere at every Z Club location, by employing personable customer service reps, maintaining pristine facilities, and scheduling seven different Zumba variations. The schedule includes classes held seven days a week and a regular series of events.

301 E 57th St
New York,
NY
US

From the gleaming wood staircase, trimmed with an ornate, wrought-iron railing, you can peek into both of Studio 43’s bright dance studios. The first story’s mirror-lined walls reflect dancers as they shake hips and follow expert instructors through merengue or salsa steps. Upstairs, lavender walls dotted with sun-snagging windows surround a small group of yogis as they stretch through 60-minute classes. When they aren’t leading dance seminars, teachers coach participants in fitness-geared sessions such as Zumba and hip-hop that torch calories and two-left-footedness to the high-energy beats of Latin-inspired music.

37-40 75th Street
Jackson Heights,
NY
US