Backstage Dance Studio 13420 SE 32nd St, Bellevue, WA98005 A full-service professional dance studio offering bright, newly built studios. Classes range from ballet to Pointe to…More jazz and musical theater. There's even a movement class for two and three year-olds. The studio also sells ballet shoes and dance clothing.
Bellevue Salsa 14150 NE 20th St, Bellevue, WA98007 At Bellevue Salsa, students can learn a variety of dance styles from trained and experienced instructors. Students will…More learn fundamentals in rhythm, tempo, technique, styling and timing. Dance styles include salsa, bachata and other Latin dances, swing, quickstep and many others. Private lessons and wedding dance lessons for couples are also available. New students receive the first class free.
Arthur Murray Franchised Dance Studios 800 118th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98005 This location of the popular dance instruction franchise is located behind Whole Foods. It's fairly busy, with many…More classes filling up. The most popular classes here are the Latin dances, but you can take any of a wide range of dance styles from the certified instructors. Like most of the dance studios, in addition to the full calendar of lessons, it offers occasional social dances and balls where students can show off their new moves.
Dance Academy of Bellevue 345 118th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA98005 This popular dance studio opened its doors for the first time in September of 1967. Many Eastside children have taken…More classes at the Dance Academy over the years. While it primarily teaches children ages 2 - 12, it also offers classes for teens and adults. Classes are offered in ballet, Chinese dance, hip-hop, tap, Middle Eastern belly dance and others. Instructors and staff are kind and friendly, and will help you or your little one find the dance class you've been dreaming about.
Several years ago, Bellevue residents Stephen and Cora Lyn Uczekaj took up ballroom dancing as a way to reconnect…More after starting a family. The couple proceeded to teach in the Seattle area for many years and purchased their own Bellevue studio in 2003.</p>
<p>Today, the Uczekajs and their son and daughter run a large, elegant dance facility that offers both competitive and social dancing. A wide range of instruction programs are available for both children and adults. An introductory special features three 45-minute private lessons, a one-hour group class in either ballroom, salsa or swing and a dance party for $99 per person or $129 per couple.</p>
Ballet Bellevue 204 100th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Ballet Bellevue is a full-service dance studio that offers classes in ballet, creative movement, hip-hop, tap, jazz and…More traditional Ukranian and Turkish folk dance styles. This studio serves all ages, from very young children to adults. Most classes are offered for varying skill levels. Some students take part in shows performed by Ballet Bellevue.
Pacific Dance Center 13620 NE 20th St, Bellevue, WA98005 In business since 1992, Pacific Dance Center offers lessons in a wide range of styles, from ballroom and swing to the…More tango and fox trot. Students learn during private sessions scheduled at their convenience from professional instructors with hundreds of hours of training. Technique lessons and practice sessions are open to students as well at a variety of times to fit different schedules. Pacific Dance also offers a wedding special for couples getting ready to tie the knot, as well as other specials throughout the year.
Elizabeth's Dance Dimensions is a dance studio which offers classes for students from the age of two to…More pre-professional levels. Elizabeth's teaches modern, contemporary, jazz, ballet, point, hip-hop and lyrical for both girls and boys. The studio also provides classes for boys only.</p>
<p>Elizabeth's has been located on Northup Way since 1992. Currently there are 13 instructors, not including choreographers brought in from places like Los Angeles and New York who help the students in auditions.</p>
<p>One of the really neat things about Elizabeth's is the "Dance for a Cure" called "Mo-dazz for the Arts," a nonprofit benefit for the Pete Gross House and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.</p>