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Dance Classes in South Central Houston, Houston


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  • Nightclub Cardio Houston
    In Rich's ample dance space, swaddled in a swirling laser-light color palette, you and other students will repeat simple, effective exercise moves that allow you to get into a groove, with no complex choreography or frantic following of the instructor required. Freed from the conspicuously bright lights of the typical gym, you'll be able to slide into the unselfconscious half-dark of the club, sweating and dance-battling to the usual suspects of '80s, disco, and pop tunes spun together by a live DJ. Check here for an FAQ list, and be sure to bring a towel, comfortable workout gear, and a bottle of water. For an additional dry-mouth remedy, free Vitaminwater will be available for all participants.
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    2204 Crawford Street
    Houston, TX US
  • High Steppers Dance Troupe LLC
    When Henry Harvey went to the University of Houston in 1975, he realized the dance moves he'd picked up at high school in Fort Worth were more valuable than he thought. In fact, he gave lessons to new people in the area who wanted to fit in on the dance floor. Years later, his wife decided they should start dancing together. "I went to dance class and found out they were doing the same things I was 10 years before," he said. Taking stock of his management abilities and previous dance experience, he realized he had the opportunity to be successful, so he brushed up his skills and founded High Steppers Dance Troupe LLC in 2007. At locations throughout the area, Harvey and his team of instructors teach the hot urban Houston two-step, as well as swing-out dancing. The dances are set to cool urban R&B tunes and neo-soul grooves and help participants release the seductive strut or smooth swagger they've kept bottled up. Instead of duct taping themselves to a good dancer in the club and letting them do all the work, students can be confident in their ability to finally know what they're doing on the dance floor. Harvey claims that his students, many of who are aged 40 and older, come not only for the improved skills that come from dancing for two hours, but also for the atmosphere, which he calls "very upbeat and very festive." His dance classes can also act as a stress reliever after a long day at work. "They get into dance class and they're rejuvenated," Harvey says. In addition to dance lessons, the group takes charter buses on regional trips and hosts two to three showcases per year, where students regale audiences with a synchronized dance routine. At their social dances, a DJ spins tunes as students get the chance to put their lessons into practice and leave behind their days of doing the worm shyly on the dance-floor sidelines.
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    Motown II
    Houston, TX US
  • bodyROCK
    The benefits of an aerobic workout and the fun of a night out with friends are brought together during dance-fitness classes held in a nightclub setting at bodyRock. The venue is the Red Door—a midtown dance club with curved bars and ambient lighting. In this sleek setting, instructors lead groups through choreographed dance routines, boosting adrenaline and burning calories to the beat of current pop and hip-hop tunes.
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    2416 Brazos St
    Houston, TX US
  • Strictly Street Salsa
    What began as a small studio with five enthusiastic dance students has transformed into a full-fledged company that's educated thousands and won multiple awards along the way—including a Certificate of Congressional Recognition. Today, Strictly Street Salsa has a whole team of instructors that has danced its way across the likes of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Spain, and Rome and is ready to introduce students to new cultures through the art of dance. The studio offers classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced dancers in both salsa and tango and hosts dance workshops that blend Latin dance with various cultural elements, including African movement, gypsy music, and good old-fashioned American screaming.
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    2020 Hermann Dr.
    Houston, TX US
  • Inner Me Studios
    Every class at Inner Me emphasizes empowerment for both men and women through physical confidence, coaxing sexy and strong from even the most lethargic body. Age, shape, weight, and barometric pressure have no bearing on your ability to heft, pirouette, or have fun. Ninety minutes of pole-dancing aerobics builds your abs and upper body through basic moves such as spins and inverts, while stiletto fit lets you unleash your inner dance diva (heels are optional). Urban kick boxing tones your core at a furious, focused pace for an hour, while hip-hop yoga allows you to build flexibility and tensile strength without harsh impact. One of the studio's more unusual classes, the hour-long piyolet mixes pilates, yoga, and ballet into a triumvirate of grace and strength. Sinuous belly dance centers its practitioners within themselves, gently toning and carving each person's body into serpine splendor, and you get to bring a scarf to class to tie around your waist. Inner Me will be adding other classes, including chair dancing, coreology, and boxing circuit training this month.
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    617 Richmond Ave
    Houston, TX US

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