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4 Dance Studios in Berkeley

  • The Beat-Berkeley Performing Arts
    Dance

    The Beat-Berkeley Performing Arts

    2560 Ninth Street, #119, Berkeley
    4.8
    (1000+)
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    Latin Workout (All Levels)

    Teacher is a great dancer with a lot of energy but doesn't slow down to teach steps. Need to turn off the music when adding new moves to the choreography, count and teach slowly, and repeat slowly altogether before turning on the music again (and yelling over it). There is fast music for half the class, and the fast repetitions should be far less. Note that the people requesting fast music aren't following the routine anyway and just want to move fast for cardio. Yes, cardio is good, but many of us also WANT TO LEARN GOOD DANCE TECHNIQUE.
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    The Beat, Berkeley Performing Arts Center (BPAC) is a non-profit educational and…
  • Shawl-Anderson Dance Center
    Dance

    Shawl-Anderson Dance Center

    2704 Alcatraz Ave, Berkeley
    Shawl-Anderson Dance Center provides Bay Area dance students of all ages and levels…
  • YWCA Berkeley/Oakland
    Yoga, Dance

    YWCA Berkeley/Oakland

    2600 Bancroft Way, Berkeley
    5.0
    (33)
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    Contemporary

    Awesome!!!
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    The YWCA Berkeley/Oakland is an independent, non-profit organization which provides…
  • InterKinected
    Dance

    InterKinected

    Studio Azul - Sawtooth Building, 2525 Eighth Street, Suite 16, Berkeley
    4.8
    (17)
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    Contact Improvisation Basics

    Saturday 1:30 location is entrance on Eighth Street, in Bay One, Azul Studio. It's a huge building with parallel hallways, so get help from a tenant for Bay One. Guest instructor, Olivia, from Vancouver. Good intro for a brand new person. You need to be able to crawl and roll on the harwood floor (wear clothing that covers the body parts you need covered, spongy kneepads is you have them, be healthy enough to get down for floor work). There's contact partner work that involves bearing another person's weight. You can sit out and observe if you're unable to do this. I found out this modality isn't for me, but I'll go back once in a while to improve on technical floor skills.
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    InterKinected offers two weekly classes in Contact Improvisation. “The FUNdamentals…

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