Dance Classes in Pacifica


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  • Fat Chance Belly Dance
    SYMBOLIC DANCE & FITNESS, voted #1 dance studio in Baylist's Best of the Bay 2011! We have classes for beginners to professionals in Salsa, Bachata, Tango, Cha Cha Cha, Ballet, Hip Hop and more
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    670 S Van Ness Ave
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Aceituno Arts
    Aceituno Arts, a martial arts, dance, and music collective, invites neophytes and enthusiasts of all types to practice forms rich in tradition and full of health benefits. A Capoeira class will appeal to those sick of spinning in violent circles by themselves; enthusiastic instructors introduce newcomers to the myriad joys and traditions of the sport, which blends fighting, dancing, and music into an acrobatic martial smoothie. Wing Tsun Kung Fu, a pragmatic style of self-defense that exploits opponents' position and momentum, shows students how to turn the tables on any table-wielding opponents. Kemscrima-Doh teachings fuse armed and unarmed Chinese, Filipino, and Indonesian techniques in one unending slow-motion sequence. Or cut a proverbial rug with Argentinean tango or blues dance classes. Consult Aceituno Arts' schedule for dates; class length ranges from one to two hours. Biodanza and Tony Danza classes are not included in this Groupon.
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    2141 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • From Mind to Body
    If you feel as sexy as a pair of non-sexy orthopedic shoes, transform yourself into a sexy pair of orthopedic shoes in time for Valentine's Day. For $24, today's Groupon gets you two pole-dancing classes at From Mind to Body (a $60 value), plus 10% off the purchase of one retail product on the studio's website. Both classes must be redeemed at the same location.
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    40 1st St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Entangle and Sway
    Entangle & Sway's encouraging instructors motivate ladies of all shapes and experience levels to discover confidence in their femininity while sculpting lean muscles in pole-dancing lessons. Within the dimly lit, windowless studio, gals can feel comfortable shimmying and twirling at one of six poles in the noncompetitive, supportive environment. All ladies must begin their journeys to pole-dancing prowess in the Passage to Pole series, a five-week workshop that meets once a week to familiarize beginners with basic tricks and safety tips. Upon finishing the set, gals can embark on another series, including Pole Connection—which incorporates tantalizing floor work into pole routines while donning heels or snowshoes for an added challenge—or opt for drop-in classes. Drop-in classes grant the opportunity for students to explore varied aspects of pole dancing, perfecting techniques, integrating props, or conditioning muscles for powerful inversions. To celebrate occasions such as birthdays or bachelorette parties, ladies can bring along friends for instructor-led private parties, where they learn a personalized routine while enjoying time for playing around on the poles and posing for photos.
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    2791 Bush St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Satori Dance Studio
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    83A Wiese St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • DanceSF
    The staccato beat of conga drums rises over the deep voice of a bass guitar and the higher trills of the timbales and piano. Head dancer Evan Margolin and his bevy of experienced instructors lead students in classes that take beginners through basic footwork and salsa rhythms, with intermediate and advanced sessions offering salsa aficionados more challenging instruction. The social class structure—partners rotate throughout every session—creates a low-pressure learning environment and keeps dancers from scrambling to locate a partner or human-shaped tupperware container. The one-hour beginner classes are mostly filled with salsa novices and new dancers, and Dance SF's experienced and engaging local salsateers are patient and friendly when showing new students how to bust well-timed moves. During intermediate classes, which require six months or more of social dancing experience, students focus on timing and cross-body leads with turns. After some evening classes, new dancers are invited to join an all-night salsa party where they can put their new moves in practice. Students should wear comfortable clothing, which includes dancing shoes, but does not include rear-flapped onesie pajamas.
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    380 18th Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US

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