Drop-in Pricing & Policies

  • 60-minute drop-in class: $12

  • 90-minute drop-in class: $15

    • Drop-in classes purchased online are good for 7 days from the date of purchase.

    • Any drop-in classes purchased online are non-refundable. In the event of inclement weather or unforeseen circumstances that force the studio to close, a class credit will be given. Class credits are good for one month from the date of the cancelled class.

Class Cards & Policies

  • 8-class card (60 mins): $88

  • 8-class card (90 mins): $112

    • Class cards are non-refundable.

    • 8-class cards are good for 2 months from the date of purchase.

Unlimited Monthly Membership

Are you a die-hard dancer and can’t get enough of our classes? Take advantage of our new monthly membership!

  • Unlimited classes (including 60 and 90 minutes): $60/month

    • Unlimited monthly memberships are good up to 30 days from purchase.

    • Memberships cannot be shared.

Guest teacher classes

  • Advance master class purchases are non-refundable.

  • In the rare event that a master class is cancelled and not rescheduled, a credit will be issued for the amount of the class. Class credits are good for one month from the date of the cancelled class.


Before attending any of our classes, all students must sign a liability waiver.

Class Sign-In

  • Please arrive to the studio at least five minutes before class begins and check in with the instructor.

  • Please be mindful and respectful of classes in progress. We ask that you wait in the hall until the previous class is finished.

Shoe Attire

  • Tap, flamenco: Any hard-soled shoe will do for your first tap/flamenco class. In terms of buying shoes, it depends entirely on how much you want to spend and whether you prefer to try on and buy in-store, or order your size online. Email us at for our totally impartial list of recommendations.

Level and Age

  • Choosing a level depends entirely on your learning style. If you have experience and you like to jump in feet first, try an advanced level. If you haven't danced in a while and would like to step in slowly, a beginner level might be the best first start for you.

  • Children can take an adult drop-in class. Over the age of ten, we are totally OK with children hopping in to advanced classes and improving their skills. Children must follow common-sense class etiquette rules and complete the class to the end.