There must be hundreds of dance studios in the Twin Cities. Family Fun Twin Cities has collected some of the most unique ones, and we’re excited to share these with you.
*This is an advertorial listing.
The Mission of Moore Than Dance is to provide wholesome and professional performing arts training in a family-friendly environment. Students learn how to sing, dance, act, and appreciate their God-given talents in a diverse and well-rounded environment. As part of their training, each student will have the opportunity to perform in a musical.
Straightline Dance Fitness
34 13th Avenue NE, Suite 104
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Alesso’s Dance Spectrum School for the Performing Arts | St. Paul • Focus: The art, skill, and discipline of dance in a supportive and non-competitive atmosphere
Ballet Royale | Lakeville • Focus: Ballet, Modern, Free Boys Program • Age Range: Infant – Adult • Cost: Variable
Dance-Twirl Minnesota| Eagan • Focus: Baton Twirling, Ballet, Jazz • Age Range: Ages 2-18 • Cost: $40-$55
Platinum Dance Center | Edina • Focus: Innovative and practical approach to dance with program that includes performance, competitive and technique classes.
Rhythm & Shoes | St. Paul • Focus: Non-competitive dance • Age Range: 2 and up
Rince na Chroi | St. Paul • Focus: Performance based Irish dance.
Summit Dance Shoppe | Plymouth • Focus: Low student/instructor rations, helping students reach full potential.
Midwest Youth Dance Theatre | Roseville • Focus: Inclusion, age-appropriateness and providing classes for all levels.
I have rhythm, but I have no moves. Maybe it would have been beneficial to take dance when I was a kid.