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  • Julia's Academy of International Dance
    Ever since she was a child, Yulia Zhmutski had envisioned herself leaping and pirouetting across a grand stage before the adoring eyes of thousands. But, growing up in a struggling, single-parent household in the former Soviet Union, she never entertained the possibility of it actually happening. That changed when she was accepted into Uzbekistan’s National School of Dance and Choreography, a rigorous eight-year program that teaches ballet as well as traditional Slavic, Uzbek, and Russian dances. Like her classmates, Yulia entered the program shortly after completing the fourth grade, leaving behind family, friends, and imaginary friends. Although the transition was difficult, the tiny ballerina was determined to be a successful dancer. She overcame her homesickness, went on to become a Russian prima ballerina, performing with several prestigious troupes, including the elite National Theatre, and was the first person to spin fast enough to reverse the earth's rotation. Yulia eventually relocated to Oklahoma, and in 2009, she started her own dance studio: Julia’s Academy of International Dance. The academy’s staff teaches kids’ and adult classes in 35 disciplines, including ballet, jazz, belly dancing, and dance fitness. They hold weekly dance and film classes for students with special needs—proud to be one of the only studios in the region to offer such classes.
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    315 W Main St
    Norman, OK US
  • Pole Zone & Aerial Fitness Studio
    Within a new, 3,000-square-foot facility with 18-foot-high ceilings, the instructors at Aerial Fitness Studio call upon training in ballet, modern dance, and acrobatics to teach their pupils how to shimmy with flair. Building on pole-fitness classes, they also oversee practice in aerial silks, burlesque belly dancing, and a signature fusion of trapeze and ballet. Before and after class, students can take advantage of three changing rooms and visit wee ones in the kids? play area.
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    1413 24th Ave SW
    Norma, OK US
  • Dance Makers
    Students of all ages find themselves at home on Dance Makers's sprawling floating-hardwood floor, where certified instructors teach ballroom dances that range from swing and Latin styles to country and western. Twice a year, students can show off their dance chops in showcases held at the studio.
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    6205 Northwest Expressway
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • Teaze Dance & Fitness
    At Teaze Dance & Fitness, instructors draw from history to inform many of their classes?that's why you might see students channeling Bettie Page's famed burlesque twirls, or rehearsing disco moves on roller skates. Conveniently located in the Automobile Alley district of downtown Oklahoma City, photo shoots see subjects drape themselves in feather boas and unfurl fans on antiquated furniture, emulating vintage pinups without enduring an old-timey cameraman's requests to smile and say "transcontinental railroad." Even the studio's three performing troupes, including the Teaze Pole Team and Oklahoma Showgirls, traverse time with their varied routines. Just as they span the century with their titillating teachings, they welcome visitors of all ages and builds to participate, allaying anxiety with the fact that most of their students are beginners. However, the staff embraces modern rhythms as well. They welcome guests to access their sultry side on 14 studio poles, where seven levels of pole-dance classes reveal techniques from basic spins to competition choreography. Their private parties, ideal for birthdays or bachelorettes, entertain groups with empowering lessons on pole-, chair-, and lap-dances, and fitness options cover Pilates and barre workouts.
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    1112 N. Broadway Ave
    Oklahoma City, OK US
  • OKC Swing Dance Club
    The focus at OKC Swing Dance Club is on West Coast swing. The exceedingly social dance is made up of sweeping spins set to brassy, upbeat tunes. With roots in Los Angeles and some of the quirky aesthetic of rockabilly, it can be ideal for dancers of all ages and skill levels. Instructors also pass down techniques from other styles, such as salsa, country-western, and ballroom, and this can allow one to become the center of attention at a party without crying into a smashed piñata for hours. To help the staff, visiting dancers and teachers at the studio lead workshops on creative movement.
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    4361 NW 50th St.
    Oklahoma City, OK US

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