Want to know where to go when it comes to dance in Los Angeles?
Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned pro, there's no shortage of popular dance options to check out in and around Los Angeles.
To find the top dance studios in the area, Hoodline analyzed data from Yelp, Facebook and ClassPass to identify which studios are the most popular. Read on for the results.
(Bonus: You can try them all out if you're a member of ClassPass, a monthly fitness membership that provides access to thousands of different studios, gyms and wellness offerings.)
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11943 Montana Ave., Brentwood
"Welcome to LA's first cardio dance studio," explains the business' ClassPass profile. "Here we focus on having fun and getting in shape with great moves and upbeat music. By offering diverse and dynamic classes to match all fitness levels, you are able to dance your way to a healthier, happier you."
"As LA's premier cardio dance studio, we have created an environment where fun and fitness unite," Moore Dancing's Yelp page explains. "We believe in the transformative power of dance and aim to make every experience with us uplifting and unforgettable."
Check out reviews of Moore Dancing's offerings on ClassPass here.
11828 Teale St., Playa Vista
"GROOV3™ [G3] is Los Angeles’ hottest choreographed dance party," explains the business' profile on ClassPass. "Targeting those who want to learn how to dance, and those who used to dance, G3 has an emphasis on boosting confidence, building communities and putting the fun back in fitness. With the hottest jams and simple combinations made for all levels, GROOV3 is elevating your dance experience and will change the way you work out."
See what people are saying about GROOV3's offerings on ClassPass here.
Santa Monica Hip Hop Dance
709 Lincoln Blvd., Venice
"[Founder] Lisa [Kellogg] teaches and offers group and private lessons, hip-hop dance classes, dance parties, flash mob choreography, wedding first dance choreography and dance workshops," Santa Monica Hip Hop Dance writes on its Yelp page. "At Santa Monica Hip Hop Dance, Lisa creates a fun, energetic, friendly and positive atmosphere for all students at any age and any level of dance experience."
See what people are saying about Santa Monica Hip Hop Dance's different classes on ClassPass here.
The Studio Los Angeles
16917 Ventura Blvd., Encino
"The Studio Los Angeles was created to enhance the dancer in you," explains the business' profile on ClassPass. "They offer a unique variety of classes for everyone and every body. Come learn how to move on your feet, spin in the air and fly over ground."
"Dance, Sweat and Fly at Los Angeles's brand new hot spot for your next workout," its Yelp page continues. "We are a one-stop shop for all things dance: the only dance studio in Los Angeles that brings you aerial arts, pole dance and hip hop under one roof for adults and teens."
Learn more about The Studio Los Angeles' classes on ClassPass here.
Dance Studio No. 1
12121 W. Pico Blvd., Suite 2C, Sawtelle
"Dance Studio No.1 has been serving the West of Los Angeles area for more than 15 years," Dance Studio No. 1 writes on its Yelp page. "Having already established a very successful dance studio in her native Sweden (the original "Dansstudion No.1" is a successful dance studio to this day), founder and artistic director Elizabeth Banke opened the doors to her new studio in Los Angeles, California with the dream of building a thriving dance school with a focus on technique, tradition and the love of dance."
"Dance Studio No. 1 offers dance classes for all ages and interests," continues its Yelp page. "We also have studio space and rooms to rent out to dance groups or individuals."
Learn more about Dance Studio No. 1's offerings on ClassPass here.
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