Take it from Grey’s Anatomy very own Meredith Grey and Cristina Yang, there is nothing better than dancing things out with your best friend. Dance classes are a great way to exercise, have fun, and meet new people who share similar interests. There are so many different dance classes out there, so if you don’t like one there are plenty more to get your groove on at. Love to dance, but want some friends to go with? Download the GirlCrew app and grab some girlfriends to bust a move at some of the best San Francisco dance classes.
Samba at ODC School and Rhythm & Motion Dance Program
Samba dancing is one of the most popular San Francisco dance classes. The roots of Samba go back to the 19th century and is a very important part of Brazilian culture. More than that, it is a great way to loosen your body and learn how to move to a rhythm. Your Samba teachers at ODC will make the moves look effortless, and with practice soon you will too.
Hip Hop at City Dance Studios
Hip Hop dancing is fun and fast-paced. Each move is different, and you won’t realize how much effort you put into each move because the music keeps you going. The great thing about Hip Hop dancing is that you easily burn up to 400 calories in just one hour. Listen to some of the best of Hip Hop and learn some great moves for your room or the club while you’re at it. Hip Hop can be challenging, but City Dance Studios has classes for all levels so you can feel comfortable and your pace and move on up when you are ready.
Pole Dancing at San Francisco Pole and Dance
Want to spice it up a bit? Grab your girls and have a blast learning the intricacies of pole dancing. Despite the perceptions some have of pole dancing, this class is a great way to work on and build your strength. Additionally, it really does help women feel more confident about their bodies. When you look good, you feel good and this class helps you do just that. Explore your strength, while jamming to some great tunes at San Francisco Pole and Dance.
Bachata at Hot Bachata Nights
Bachata is a style of dancing that originates from the Dominican Republic, and is a similar style to Salsa dancing. Hot Bachata Nights provides you with a fabulous venue and a super fun time! Come early for beginner classes and spend the rest of the night dancing the night away to great DJs in a fun party atmosphere.
Bollywood at Doonya SF
Bollywood is a modern Indian dancing style mixed from other classic dance styles. It is not only a great way to burn calories but understand more about the Indian culture. This style of dance allows you to express the music and its meaning through high energy movements. Take this class to work on your footwork and learn to be more in tune with your body and coordination. Doonya SF is seriously so much fun with great teachers, and is worth a try!
Beyonce Dance at Pop Star Booty Camp
Nothing better to dancing to Queen B with your queens. Learn the choreography to some of her hit music videos or live performances. When you have perfected it, dress up as Beyonce and show your moves at a local nightclub with your beehive. Don’t be shy, these San Francisco dance classes at Pop Star Booty Camp are so unique and a ridiculously fun workout!
Swing at Mission City Swing
Swing dancing is infamous for being upbeat, fun, and fast-paced. Bring your girlfriends and partner up at these San Francisco dance classes. The instructors at Mission City Swing know exactly how to teach the uncoordinated and work really hard to help you feel comfortable and confident in your moves. Listen to swanky music and dress up in your best 1930s-1940s outfits for a great girl night out.
These San Francisco dance classes are perfect for dancers at all levels from the helplessly uncoordinated to the experts. Dancing is all about getting in touch with your body to work it out, build strength, and improve your coordination. Take these classes to show off what you got to your friends, family, and loved ones. Join the San Francisco Premium group today to find your GirlCrew and have a blast! Looking for more things to do in the San Francisco area? Visit a nearby farmers’ market or grab a coffee at one of these ethical spots.
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