Take A Dance Class!
Broadway Dance Center is a drop-in dance studio, which means you can stop by at any time and take classes from their daily schedule.
Peridance Capezio Center offer the public dance classes of the highest caliber in all styles, for all ages, and in all levels of technical proficiency.
The Ailey Extension has a variety of dance classes from salsa, hip hop, zumba, Pilates, yoga, theatre dance, ballet, samba, West African, contemporary, tap, and more.
Broadway Bodies is the place to go if you're dying to learn the choreo to that music video you just fell in love with, or to your favorite song from Hamilton. Though classes are aimed at the beginner, they're high-energy enough that dancers can get a decent cardio workout.
Brooklyn-based STREB doesn't have what you'd consider traditional dance classes. From bouncing on a trampoline, swinging from a trapeze or learning Parkour this is the place to go.
House of Movement opens its doors to movement and discovery for people of all levels and backgrounds. Rooted in community and urban choreography,to provide a safe space to reach goals.
PMT Dance Studio is to provide students of all levels more than just dance classes, but a unique dance experience in which the student can grow both mentally and physically as a dancer.
Brickhouse NYC is New York City’s premiere urban dance training studio. Devoted to teaching, preserving and expanding authentic hip hop culture, with training in all urban dance styles and includes breaking, popping, house, and locking.
Tribe Body is a warm and engaging, boutique studio and is a unique destination for dancers of all ages. Our classes are customized to address the dancer’s needs starting at age 2 though their teen years, and then on into adulthood.
DivaDance encourages self-love and body confidence at the core of their curriculum. Combined with chart-topping pop and hip-hop tunes, they offer all-levels of choreography in a sexy, sweaty, stress-free dance party.
Jane DO is a fitness brand crafted by former Radio City Rockettes Jacey Lambros and Danielle DeAngelo. It has women reaching new levels of strength and confidence in the studio so they can take it outside the studio and DO incredible things.