Dance Classes in Hayes Valley


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  • Muito Quente
    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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    260 Page Street Apt 9
    San Francisco, California US
  • City Dance
    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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    10 Colton Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • STUDIOMIX
    Equipment: 100+ classes (including martial arts), free weights, weight machines, cardio equipment Students should bring: Comfortable clothes, a lock, and water bottle. Towels and amenities are provided. Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 25+ people Class location: Indoors only Established: 2012 Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking garage Pro Tip: Call ahead to book a class. We also have a cafe on-site. Q&A with the Director, Sales And Marketing Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? There are so many different class options and workouts to choose from. There is something for everyone. In addition to classes, members can use the Strength Studio and cardio machines for solo workouts. Besides working out, what else can clients do to spend their time at your facility? [We have a] cafe and juice bar [and offer] massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, free WiFi, steam, sauna. Has your business won any awards? SF Best of the Bay 2013. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? [We are] locally owned and operated; no corporate hulahoops to jump through.
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    1000 Van Ness, 3rd Floor
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Aspen Aerials
    Tapping into her training in Washington D.C., New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Australia, and Serbia, Aspen Aerials founder Brooke Sheffer and her team of highly skilled aerialists and yogis guide students of all fitness and skill levels in circus aerials and regular yoga classes. She leads small aerial classes of no more than three students at a time, devoting full attention to safety and technique as students dangle from lengths of silk while learning how to pull off airborne feats. Yoga classes combine traditional yoga with cross training techniques to help clients improve flexibility, strength, and confidence.
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    132 9th Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Jamaroo Kids
    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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    2001 Pine St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Alonzo King LINES Ballet San Francisco
    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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    26 7th Street
    San Francisco, CA US

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