There are several awesome places to learn to dance in a variety of cultural flavors. For us here on SalsaBabe, we liked the ones listed below. Give them all a spin to see which ones can fill your niche.
This is the place to go if you want to learn Bollywood dance. That could be you in that colorful chorus line of Bombay beauties and gents. This Silver Lake studio also teaches modern dance, hip-hop and even the Brazilian dance/fight sport of Capoeira.
2306 Hyperion Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Like the name implies, these folks are great for beginners with big dreams of the dance. They host dance classes in styles like bolero, American tango, rumba, swing hustle, salsa, night club disco, Lindy hop and 2-step dancing. Locations are varied, spanning from Redondo Beach to W. LA. Their six-week courses usually include 18 hours of practice lessons for free.
If you’re considering going pro, the folks at Millennium can help you. Started by a pair of dancers–George Moro and Ruth Landis–who met during the Vaudeville era, they offer classes and workshops for adults and children in hip-hop, ballet and jazz dance, taught by working performers and choreographers.
5113 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601