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.
“TranscenDance Xperience is dedicated to providing a FUN, wholesome and family-centered dance Xperience for all students in our programs, both recreational and competition.
Class sizes are small, which allows instructors to create lesson plans specific to their students’ needs–maximizing learning potential and growth.
We believe families play an important role in the success of our dancers, and encourage open communication within the classroom.
TDX places a strong importance on flattering costumes for all shapes and sizes, as well as family-friendly music. Our goal is to create passionate, confident young dancers who develop a lifelong love for the art of dance.”
This Guide is Sponsored by Rince na Chroi
“The Rince na Chroi Irish Dancers are based in St. Paul. Founded in 2003 by owner and director Katie Stephens Spangler, the group of about 200 students performs around the Twin Cities and the Midwest over 100 times each year. Classes are available for children and adults.”
“At Straightline, dance classes are fun and educational.
We don’t focus on competition and costumes. Instead, we help children develop a love for movement.
We give them a chance to build balance, coordination, rhythm, confidence, healthy hearts, and flexible bodies in a fun, no-pressure environment.”
I have rhythm, but I have no moves. Maybe it would have been beneficial to take dance when I was a kid.