Dance Classes in North Atlanta

Select Local Merchants

Classes at Dance It Off keep beginner and intermediate dancers moving to diverse beats. For instance, Zumba, cardio dance funk and musical theater Broadway dance pay homage to two American-born genres. The new cardio world class pulls dance moves from countries all over the globe to create its fusion routines. And in addition to dance, the studio also offers strictly fitness classes such as yoga flow, Piloxing, and barre fitness.

6780 Roswell Rd
Sandy Springs,
GA
US

Dance 411 Studios' instructors pause from stints as featured dancers in music videos, choreographers for award shows, and appearing on ?So You Think You Can Dance? to helm the studio?s dance classes. The studio hosts a full range of traditional youth dance courses, with styles ranging from ballet and tap to hip-hop and breakdance. Instructors also bring these styles to adults through the Foundations program, which teaches dance (and fitness) fundamentals through classes including Salsa Fit, Step Aerobics, and Ballet Stretch. The studio is also home to the Ladies Liberation program; built around classes such as Twerk-Fit, Lap Dance, and Pole Dancing, the program helps women get in shape while accessing their sensual sides.

475 Moreland Avenue Southeast
Atlanta,
GA
US

Known for guiding the women of The Real Housewives of Atlanta through ab-strengthening moves, the instructors at the Nazeem Allayl Belly Dance Studio started as a professional dance troupe before opening a studio in 1999. Now with 32 classes offered under one roof, the Nazeem Allayl Belly Dance Studio aims to boost the self-confidence of its all-female students during drop-in Shimmy Fit classes and five-week technique courses. Instructors disguise calorie-blasting exercises with engaging choreography so that students can tone muscles without spending the day trying to slip an oiled-up pig into a wetsuit.

1394 McLendon Ave. NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

At Spinarella, whirling instructors elucidate the art of gyration during lively calorie-blasting pole-fitness classes and parties in their all-female fitness studio. Each of their one-hour classes is capped at 15 ladies to ensure adequate bonding between pole and dancer through small talk and shared admiration of neoclassical architecture. Students of all shapes and sizes can also perfect their come-hither moves during classes that focus on off-the-pole dances and incorporate silks or lyras, which are hoop-shaped perches suspended from the ceiling.

1427 Mayson St NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Ballroom dance studio. All dances. Wedding dance lessons. Beginning ballroom dance lessons. Swing. Salsa. Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot, Rumba, Cha-Cha, Argentine Tango, Country Western, and many others. Ballroom dance parties.

6125 Roswell Rd
Atlanta,
GA
US

No one has ever trained for the lead in Swan Lake just to tighten their abs, but dancers, choreographers, and Atlanta Zumba Dance instructors Faaridah and Nahari both agree that it comes with the territory. That’s why they’ve channeled their experiences in the performing arts into a platform for dance-based fitness instruction. Faaridah was particularly drawn to Zumba because of her Caribbean and Hispanic heritage, and Nahari has been a student of Middle Eastern dances for nearly a decade, so their curriculum of Zumba and belly dancing was a natural fit.

Students can shed pounds and throw on their shiniest layer of sweat during Zumba classes, a 60-minute dance-based aerobic workout with easy-to-follow choreography performed to a soundtrack of Latin rhythms. The dance moves are an amalgam of styles that includes elements of salsa, cha-cha, merengue, flamenco, and tango. Classes at Atlanta Zumba Dance always begin with a warm-up, followed by intervals of faster and slower tempos. Visits conclude with a cool-down and stretch session. In addition to group classes, patrons may rent the studio for a private-lesson Zumba party or to spin around in an office chair without anyone telling them that they’ll get sick.

500 Bishop St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US