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      Dance With Melissa

      San Francisco (2563.5 mi)
      At Dance with Melissa, guests learn the basics of ballroom and Latin dance styles using simplified techniques based on the TV show Dancing with the Stars. Group classes are capped at 30 participants, helping create a semiprivate atmosphere conducive to both learning and socializing.
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      Pick School of Ballroom Dancing

      San Francisco (2563.5 mi)
      Before she founded her eponymous ballroom school, Rhona Pick represented the United States at world dance championships in Berlin and London at famed venues such as Royal Albert Hall. Although she has since retired from dancing competitively, she culls from her experience to manage her school in accordance with the framed Code of Ethics that hangs on the office door. The code mandates that each teacher on her team holds professional teaching qualifications, a standard that guarantees the quality of the school’s private and group classes, in styles that range from salsa to tango and swing. Instructors can also choreograph wedding dances, ensuring that couples don’t have to spend their reception’s first song hiding in the supply closet.
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      Rueda Con Ritmo

      San Francisco (2561.2 mi)
      Signature service: Salsa classes Established: 1999 Reservations/Appointments: Not offered Staff Size: 2–10 people Average Duration of Services: 1–2 hours Pro Tip: Wear comfortable shoes and come prepared to have fun.
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      Ava Apple Dance

      The Haight (2561 mi)
      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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      Dance SF

      Inner Richmond (2561.6 mi)
      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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      Genesis Ballroom

      San Francisco (2561.6 mi)
      Dancing with the Stars cast members Alec Mazo and Edyta Sliwinska, whose 2007 wedding with each other was celebrated in People magazine, opened up Genesis Dance Sport Studio to share their expertise with kids and adults. Before stepping into the role of business owner, Sliwinska found success on the international dance circuit and in TV commercials in her native Poland before meeting the Russian-born Mazo at a ballroom-dance competition in England. The duo danced together for years at national and international events before skyrocketing to fame on the popular ABC dance show where Mazo won the first season's competition with General Hospital star Kelly Monaco. Sliwinska has twirled with a slew of celebrities—including Evander Holyfield and Joey Lawrence—during her 10 glamorous seasons with the show. The husband-and-wife team has also produced the instructional DVDs “Dancing like the Pros” and “Fitness with the Pros," which help people improve their moves and become agile enough to solve a Rubik's Cube with their feet. Sliwinska currently acts as both an instructor and the creative director of the studio, which is a welcoming, down-to-earth space that Mazo's parents originally opened in 1994. Here, she and the other experienced instructors boost students' self-confidence and social skills as they teach them the cha-cha, rumba, and swing. Many of their students have even gone on to garner accomplishments within the dance industry. The studio also offers courses for weddings and dance-based fitness classes that combine ballroom moves with plyometric training and yoga.
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      Shan-Yee Poon Ballet School

      San Francisco (2561.4 mi)
      Shan-Yee Poon Ballet School has cultivated grace and talent in its students for 24 years, but its namesake instructor’s relationship with dance goes back even further. Artistic director Shan-Yee Poon graduated from the Royal Ballet School in London and spent four years as a principal dancer at the State Theater in West Germany before relocating to San Francisco in 1984, where she landed a soloist spot at the San Francisco Opera Ballet. She and her team of professional instructors imbue the next generation of dancers with a strong foundation for ballet. They also offer comprehensive instruction in jazz, tap, hip-hop, contemporary, acrobatics, tumbling for tots, boys' ballet, ballet/tap combo, and dance movement for toddlers and parents. They welcome children, teens, and adults into a warm classroom setting at three striking studios, one of which has vaulted ceilings, intricate architectural details, and stained-glass windows. Though instructors demand the best from their pupils, they use loving encouragement as their main teaching technique.
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      Embodying Self

      Noe Valley (2560.3 mi)
      A guild-certified Feldenkrais practitioner, movement artist, and theater student, the owner of Embodying Self, Arona, harnesses more than 20 years' experience to train clients in movement practices that improve performance and prevent injury. Group and private lessons get bodies moving with tango, improv, yoga, and Feldenkrais techniques, which increase self-awareness through a focused attention on movement and touch. Arona guides classes with the student's experience in mind, encouraging experimentation with varying permutations to help them easily adapt to any floor space, partner, music, or mosh pit. The program aims to help improve balance and flexibility, and to address bodily pain and depression.
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      Swing Goth

      San Francisco (2560.2 mi)
      Neither strictly “swing” nor particularly “goth,” Swing Goth is a dance studio that turns into a club when the sun sets, with nights devoted to steampunk or rockabilly bands. Those eager to revive the WWII-era Benny Goodman days had best look elsewhere, because this venue on the southeastern extremity of Potrero Hill is unabashedly contemporary – or, perhaps retro-modern. Lit and amplified like any club in SoMa, Swing Goth exists for fun’s sake, not purity’s. If your heart is just fine but you’re afflicted with terrible arrhythmia of the feet, Swing Goth is the perfect place to lose those inhibitions and let the beat move you. Even the congenitally nimble are welcome to swing through and learn some new steps, too.
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      Zumba With Stef

      San Francisco (2560.1 mi)
      ZFlow Fitness owner and Zumba instructor Stefanie Canahui first became a believer in the rhythmic fitness routine after shedding 70 pounds with the help of Zumba's motivating movement sessions. Licensed to teach four levels of Zumba—from basics to toning training and gold workouts—Stef leads classes that incorporate energetic dance motions, rhythmic steps, and high-energy Latin-inspired music to evict cupcakes that have overstayed their welcome and promote total-body weight loss.
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      Dance Mission Theater

      San Francisco (2560 mi)
      The Dance Brigade’s Dance Mission Theater, on the second-floor overlooking the bustle of 24th and Mission Streets, is both a workshop and a venue. While equipped with a 140-seat black box theater, the main studio space is practically a solarium, open to all the sunlight of San Francisco’s Banana Belt. Here, aspiring dancers can tone up and acquire the moves in samba, reggaetón fusion and Haitian drumming, or, in classes such as Vogue and Tone, they can get a workout while cat-walking, posing and re-learning how to navigate the world in heels. There are more than 50 classes each week, plus summer programs for youth – and it’s open for rehearsal rentals. On the performance side, it’s the home of the Dance Mission Brigade, which bridges high-concept choreography with the movement of the streets. Community-driven and diverse in its programming, this is San Francisco’s home for socially-conscious modern dance.
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      Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

      San Francisco (2560 mi)
      For almost 40 years, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts has had a full dance card, acting as the omnibus educational center for a thriving, bilingual Latin American community far beyond the immediate neighborhood. Whether it’s murals, graphic arts, Carnaval floats, capoeira classes, salsa-merengue classes, mentoring to at-risk youth or simply renting out gallery space for the community’s own purposes, MCCLA’s calendar is bursting with programming for everyone. In an era without state support for the arts and amidst an ever-gentrifying Mission, MCCLA enjoys a magical combination of paid staff and volunteers who keeps this treasured institution relevant and ahead of the curve. It’s part summer camp, part Kennedy Center.
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      Entangle and Sway

      San Francisco (2560.5 mi)
      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 strategically and romantically lit, windowless studio, gals can feel comfortable shimmying and twirling at any of the 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 series 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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      1st Russian Ballet School

      San Francisco (2560.4 mi)
      Armed with training and professional stints at prestigious dance centers such as Moscow's Stanislavsky Theater and Ballet Academy at Bolshoi Theater, 1st Russian Ballet School's instructors have the experience to help students express themselves through the time-honored medium of ballet. The teachers train both bodies and minds in the Russian school of ballet, helping dancers earn the swanlike grace of Anna Pavlova, the athletic precision of Mikhail Baryshnikov, or Vaslav Nijinsky's ability to fly. Children and adults, amateurs and aspiring professionals alike can learn how to move with more grace through the Vaganova method—a teaching style designed to hone the body's core and acclimate the mind to achieve full, conscious control of all movements.
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      The 9:20 Special

      San Francisco (2560.4 mi)
      We offer Lindy Hop lessons (a type of Swing dancing) followed by a dance party every Thursday in San Francisco. Our monthly class series are progressive and begin the first Thursday of each month. The dance is in a beautiful ballroom and the atmosphere is relaxed, welcoming, and friendly.
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      Duniya Dance and Drum Company

      San Francisco (2559.8 mi)
      Duniya's experienced instructors will break down each leap and turn into easy-to-understand moves that quickly become second nature. Incorporate the steps of worldly cultures into your current bag of tricks, forging a magnetic presence on the dance floor. While learning to cut rugs in newfangled ways, dancers will simultaneously work up a sweat. Dance is an often-overlooked exercise, even though it can provide the same caloric displacement as traditional workouts such as tire flipping and keg tossing.
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      Aceituno Arts

      San Francisco (2559.8 mi)
      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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      Muito Quente

      San Francisco (2559.8 mi)
      Muito Quente’s instructors, Blanca and Cindy, never seem to lose control when they’re doing the samba, despite the dance’s frenetic movements and shuffles. They put on spellbinding displays of quick footwork and rhythmic hip shakes, each skillful movement epitomizing the duo’s passion for Brazilian dance, which they have performed professionally at parades and private parties. In addition to standard samba, the dexterous duo executes the rapid repetitions of batucada, the Afro-Caribbean fusion of axé, and the group movement of samba reggae. Blanca and Cindy also regularly build their own elaborately sequined costumes and headpieces to perform at events throughout the area. At Muito Quente’s two dance studios, their passion takes the form of instruction as they teach students samba's calorie-burning moves and shed light on Brazilian culture.
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      High Heels with Cera

      Mission (2559.7 mi)
      With a jam-packed resumé peppered with years of wildly diverse choreography, dance, and music-video experience, Cera Byer never has to worry about her classes becoming repetitive. Growing up amid San Francisco's bustling performing-arts scene, Byer began dancing early and often, later studying and teaching extensively both abroad and in the United States and exploring styles including ballet, flamenco, and samba. From dance foundations to belly dance to a sassy jazz–hip-hop blend, her classes, coaching, and workshops help students connect with themselves more quickly than a one-person speed-dating session.
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      The Rent Party

      San Francisco (2559.6 mi)
      Put on your dancing shoes and join a community of dancers who believe anyone can dance at The Rent Party. Get four consecutive weeks of beginner classes at The Rent Party and learn the Lindy Hop and other Swing dances, or join our Blues dancing family.
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      Odc San Francisco

      San Francisco (2559.6 mi)
      Relish the joy of movement with today's Groupon—two dance classes at ODC School and Rhythm and Motion Dance Program for just $12. ODC, home of the Bay Area’s longest-running modern dance company, has a commitment to spreading the dance gospel to all, from professionals to beginners. Since the best art imitates life, the transitive property dictates that the best dance also imitates life. That’s why the finest dancers spend decades refining their moves until they can recreate life with 100% accuracy. You might be familiar with popular life-recreations such as the salsa (rhythmically move around in a human-sized bowl in order to demonstrate chunkiness), the hustle (run in place while a man dressed as a football coach yells at you), and the roomba (float across the floor picking up lint with Swiffer mops attached to your feet).
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      Ocean Yoga

      Pacifica (2566.4 mi)
      Ocean Yoga sprang from organic beginnings. Devastated when the community's lone yoga studio shuttered, Ron Kino and Alison Sanders gathered their yoga friends for a discussion of where they'd plant their mats next. Hopes were shared and plans were made, and a mere month later, the group was busy installing the bamboo floors and walls that form the base of Ocean Yoga. Today, the studio serves the community that built it with classes in a variety of yoga types, while also serving as a home for belly dance and Pilates practitioners. Hands-on workshops cover topics such as meditation, mandala creation, and whittling yoga pants out of sustainable wood. In addition, Ocean Yoga is bodywork destination, with massage, Reiki, Bowen, and acupuncture lending comfort to ambitious muscles.
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      City Ballet School

      San Francisco (2559.5 mi)
      At City Dance Studios, classes are tailored for students with various levels of experience to ensure everyone can enjoy the art of self-expression through movement. Lessons introduce students to a diverse array of dance styles ranging from classical ballet and jazz, to contemporary hip hop and exotic Bollywood, and West African. Each of the five spacious studios (they range from 900 to 2,400 square feet) are equipped with sprung hardwood or Marley floors and are surrounded by mirrors, so budding dancers can keep an eye on their form and keep pet parakeets occupied until the class has ended.
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      Escuela de Tango

      San Francisco (2559.4 mi)
      The co-founder of the Escuela de Tango, Marcelo Solis, has been an Argentine tango dancer and teacher for more than 25 years. Solis formed the Escuela de Tango dance school in 2012. The San Francisco location is one of a few branches of the school, which is headquartered in Buenos Aires—the so-called capital of tango. In San Francisco, a cadre of skilled instructors offers private lessons with one-on-one coaching as well as group classes suited to all skill levels and astrological signs. If you want to put your new moves into practice, the school frequently hosts and sponsors milongas—special dance celebrations with music, food, and drinks.
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      JAMaROO Kids

      San Francisco (2559.7 mi)
      Jamaroo Kids founder Jamaica Stevens has two passions—the art of dance and teaching—that she uses to inspire young children. Rather than just occupying kids, her company has aimed to entertain them and enrich their early lives since its opening in 2004. From daily sessions at Jamaroo's San Francisco studio to weekly classes at over 100 area preschools and daycares, trained instructors lead toddlers in fun, engaging activities like yoga, creative movement, and dance. Kids' creative impulses are indulged with singing and storytelling sessions and their young minds nourished with bilingual classes, arts and crafts, and non-Euclidean geometry. Jamaroo Kids prides itself on its contributions to the community and the world at large. Not only do they help educate the city's children, but instructors also donate their time to local nonprofits and community organizations.
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      Swing U School w/ Dance Q

      San Francisco (2559.1 mi)
      We are a non profit 501c3 Dance School. We provide discounted dance to adults and FREE dance to youth under 15 years old. We also run a Swing Festival twice a year.
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      Alonzo King's Lines Ballet

      San Francisco (2559 mi)
      Entering the world of dance can be intimidating, but Alonzo King LINES Ballet eases students into it by offering so many classes in so many different types of dance and motion disciplines, there’s simply something for everyone to latch onto. Popular options include ballet, modern, jazz, flamenco, hip-hop and Alexander Technique, which works to align body and mind with specific and thought-out movements. From absolute beginner to everyone in between, LINES encourages participants to be honest about their comfort level so that staff can guide them efficiently, enthusiastically and compassionately. Drop-ins to any of the six high-ceilinged studios in SoMa are always available, but some classes fill up fast; super-serious students pursue two-year training programs and a Bachelor of Fine Arts program in affiliation with Dominican University. Most classes here are adult-only, so kids seeking dance instruction may need to look elsewhere.
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      RicaSalsa Dance

      San Francisco (2558.8 mi)
      Mexico City native Ricardo Téllez began dancing when he was 12, shimmying his way through styles such as cumbia and guaracha. In 1995, he packed up his dancing shoes and moved to the Bay area, accelerating his salsa study not only by studying under Gabriel Romero, but also by trying out his footwork in clubs. Armed with a passion for dance, Ricardo founded RicaSalsa Dance Company in 1999 to share his love of the art. Today, he and dance partner Tianne Frias—with whom he placed third in the World Latin Dance Cup—teach private lessons and group classes that impart new and advanced dancers with the steps, partnership skills, and medallions filled with glowworms needed to light up the floor. By focusing on social dance skills and the ability to follow the rhythm, they help their students adapt easily to different songs and settings.
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      Cheryl Burke Dance

      San Francisco (2558.8 mi)
      Cheryl Burke took the dance world by storm in 2006 when she won "Dancing with the Stars" twice, once in the winter and again in the fall. In addition to fame, her performance on the show also netted her two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Choreography. When she's not busy with the show, an acting gig, or a magazine shoot, she still finds time to teach at her eponymous dance studio, Cheryl Burke Dance, which she co-founded with her mother in 2009. The facility features three dance studios, including a sprawling 4,118 sq. ft. studio, as well as a veteran team of instructors, some of whom are National and World dance champions. Together, in private or group settings, they teach nearly 20 different styles of dance, including the Waltz, Rumba, and the Lindy Hop. Once students feel confident enough with their dance skills or the swelling from the surgery to repair their second left foot subsides, they can attend one of the studio's dance parties to show off their new moves.
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      Temple of Poi

      San Francisco (2558.7 mi)
      While students at Temple of Poi, , a school of movement and flow arts, perfect their fire-wielding skills, they also focus on channeling balance and harmony within themselves. Classes are designed to not only to help students develop techniques, but to also help them rejuvenate through performance and meditation and improve mind awareness, discipline, and self-empowerment. To keep these experiences safe, the staff stresses fire safety, and only encourages those who feel ready to dance with flames to do so. And those who are not yet ready can join the skilled dancers and perform at festivals and special events. With students ranging in age from 9 to 82, crackling hot flames whizz by as dancers twirl their ropes of fire in mesmerizing circles. For these dancers, fire is a form of self-expression. They set hula-hoops and staffs afire, and perform duets with the fans of flames. Though they make it look effortless, these masters of the art were once novices, who learned their techniques at Temple of Poi. Temple of Poi’s instructors teach fire-dancing classes with several props. In beginner and intermediate poi classes, students set fire to balls suspended from a handle, which create brilliant circles of flames when swung. Hula-hoop and staff classes also allow students to create a dazzling show with props doused in seemingly everlasting flames.
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