BalletNova's instructors jeté, pirouette, and shuffle into their teaching studios from backgrounds that include well known national and international training programs and performance companies. Held seven days a week, their friendly but challenging classes placed second in Washington City Paper's Best Dance Class 2010 Readers' Poll. Sessions span a wide range of terpsichorean territory, from classic ballet to hip-hop and tap to conditioning classes that grab techniques from Pilates, yoga, and aerobics. More than 650 casual and preprofessional movement enthusiasts build their skills in a 20,800-square-foot facility with two 864-square-foot studios, four larger studios, and a 20-cubic-foot studio for hiding out when the rhythm is going to get you.
From the sprung hardwood floors to the 19-foot ceilings, every inch of Forever Dancing's spacious studio is dedicated to dance. At any given time, you might see aerial artists suspended from the ceiling by colorful silks or brightly dressed flamenco dancers whirling across the floor. On any given day, dancers work nimble moves to routines encompassing waltz, tango, foxtrot, rumba, cha-cha, swing, salsa, and Argentine tango. The studio hosts classes for adults and children, along with fun-filled kids' camps, in which tykes can learn acrobatic tricks and get creative with hands-on arts and crafts.
Nothing gets your blood pumping quite like dancing. Get your daily workout in at Ferocity Dance Company in Falls Church.
Ferocity Dance Company offers so many different dance classes, it will be hard to choose just one.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So when you're ready to switch up your daily workout, sign up for a dance class at Ferocity Dance Company in Falls Church and discover the many benefits of dancing.
Dream in Color Studio in Annandale makes it easy to find your own tempo and have a great time.
At Dream in Color Studio, you can elongate your muscles with some basic ballet or opt for a less traditional class.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Since opening Dance Factory in 1976, Dennis Schroeder and his staff of instructors have taught more than 500,000 people how to cut a rug across the studio’s spacious, 3,500-square-foot cushioned ballroom floor. Many of the instructors are competitive dancers, and they use their expertise to teach a full range of traditional dance styles, including the bossa nova, tango, and samba. During both group and private lessons, they teach students of all levels how to perform in social settings—a skill they can flaunt at board meetings or during holiday balls and weekend dances. The staff also coaches bridal parties, and leads four-hour weekend workshops to delve into more complicated dance techniques.