Dance Classes in Tigard


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  • Arthur Murray Dance Studio
    Arthur Murray Dance Studio has been a leading name in franchise dance since 1912, when the entrepreneur began selling mail-order dance lessons. Expanding his reach, he enlisted teachers to spread his signature dance lessons on first-class steamships and skyrocketed to fame in the '30s after introducing the public to such dances as the Lambeth Walk and the Big Apple. By the 1950s, Arthur and his wife, Kathryn, were hosting their own highly popular TV show on ABC, the Arthur Murray Dance Party, which ran for 12 years. Today, Arthur Murray's team prepares students for rug cutting at special events and weekend nightclub jaunts. Clients who arrive to lessons partnerless will be paired up with other classmates as the instructors assess their current skill level and make recommendations on the most appropriate program. Throughout lessons, instructors teach the foundations of two to four dances from a long list of styles that range from Latin to country-western, helping students to learn basic step patterns, timing, and the ability to lead or follow.
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    2526 NE Broadway St
    Portland, OR US
  • Diva Den Studio
    Diva's friendly instructors will provide an intense aerobic workout designed to build confidence, improve muscle tone, and spruce up your strut. Classes are designed for small groups, allowing instructors to provide personalized attention and ensure that no one gets lost and eaten by bears. Cavort through the cabaret-style moves of Boo-YA Burlesque, hula through Hoopnotica, or use a fabric hammock to bend and stretch in the aerial yoga class. Classes are scheduled throughout the week, allowing even the busiest of beekeepers to savor the sweet nectar of fitness.
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    11959 SW Garden Pl
    Portland, OR US
  • Viscount Dance Studios
    Discover why one of the largest Argentine tango festivals in North America comes to PDX every year with today's deal: one dance class for two at Viscount Dance Studios for $12. Drop-in classes normally cost $14, making this deal better than a two-for-one—don't be shy about bringing a dance partner so you both can outdance your downstairs neighbors.Lance “The Baron” Hardtop: A former member of a top-secret military commando unit, The Baron officially “died” in 1993. After encountering a mysterious artifact in the jungle, Lance and his crew were hunted by an animal-like predator that some believe isn’t of this world. Lance now teaches Samba at Seven every Tuesday.Arturo “Camacho” Ortega: A one-time member of a classified government super-soldier program, Camacho survived a deadly jungle encounter with a predatory beast whose advanced weapons and invisibility cloak still seem not of this world. Camacho hung up his prototype chain guns and now teaches Line Dancing for Couples on Sunday evenings.Darren “Mouse” Mizewski: In a past life, Mouse was a government scientist for the OGA. Stranded with a group of mercenaries in the jungle, Mouse survived by realizing that whatever was tracking them was using an infrared spectrum not of this world. Driven insane by sights that scientists aren’t supposed to see, he gave up making weapons and now teaches Urban Step for The Catatonically Paralyzed.
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    724 E Burnside St
    Portland, OR US
  • StudioNia
    According to the founders of Nia, the cliche "no pain, no gain" is not only played out, it's also completely false. The Nia Technique developed over more than a decade by Debbie Rosas and Carlos AyaRosas, takes the complete opposite approach, synthesizing dance, martial arts, and healing arts into a painless, pleasant fitness regimen. Eschewing the repetitive movements of conventional gym routines or trendy workouts that force you to lift the same car over your head everyday, Nia classes set varied stretching, strength training, and non-impact aerobic exercises to a diverse soundtrack that includes jazz, pop, hip-hop, and Indian music. Other aspects, such as its repertoire of 52 moves, are akin to yoga, while additional elements are drawn from martial arts, such as the belt system and the fact that participants do not wear shoes. The diverse origins of the program are reflected in the diverse countries where it has taken root: Nia is practiced in more than 45 countries, from Belgium to New Zealand to Israel to Mexico.
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    918 SW Yamhill St
    Portland, OR US
  • Hui O Hoaloha Hula
    Studying under Kumu Hula Rich Pedrina has inspired Kimberly Clark to build on her passion for everything hula. She started Hui O Hoaloha Hula to share that passion and educate students about Hawaiian culture. In keeping the steps relatively simple and easy to learn, she ensured that the classes could be taught to anybody who's curious. She has also incorporated Hot Hula Fitness classes, using the dance's natural style of isolations to build specific muscle groups in 60-minute, full-body workouts. She keeps the workouts upbeat and energized with a selection of Polynesian drum beats and Reggae music. The combination of tunes and dance celebrates Polynesian cultures from around the world.
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    Stites Dance Studio
    Portland, OR US
  • The Pole Palace
    The Pole Palace?s intimate classes feature an average of six students climbing and spinning their way through pole-dancing workouts. The instructors?one a certified personal trainer and the other a chiropractor by day?help students safely master saucy movements that strengthen muscles and enhance flexibility during both coed and ladies-only workouts. They also teach guests sassy dance routines during private bachelorette, birthday, and traffic-school graduation parties, and owner Melissa uses the space for personal-training sessions, as well.
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    2034 North Kilpatrick Street
    Portland, OR US

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