Dance Classes in the South Bay
Ariel Dance offers classes in belly dance, contemporary dance, jazz, tap, ballet and singing.
There are beginning and intermediate lessons with two sessions of lessons and then open dancing after the second lesson. An SJSU or local dance studio instructor teaches the lessons. Lessons are each 45 minutes and open dancing is for 45 minutes.
The center has tap, ballroom and line dancing classes as well as free dance programs.
They offer a Zumba, Chinese and line dance classes.
Dance classes include ballroom, hula, Yuan Chih, line and Zumba Register for classes in person, by calling or emailing.
The Cupertino Sports Center hosts yoga, Qigong and dance classes as well as 17 tennis courts, a fitness center, 2 racquetball courts, complete locker room facilities.
They offer adult beginning ballet, Pilates and Zumba for seniors.
The Center offers introduction to Indian dance and Bollywood dance classes.
The center has line dancing classes.
They offer country western line dancing, tango, ballet, ballroom, swing, bellydancing, salsa classes.
MACLA or Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana is an inclusive contemporary arts space grounded in the Chicano and Latino experience They provide Aztec dance and Ballet Folklorico classes. All ages are welcome.
They offer a variety of dance classes including ballet, ballroom, flowing movement, salsa and zumba. Be sure to look for classes designed as adults age 55 or older and register using the supplied form. Register in person or online.
The Mountain View Senior Center offers free Chinese folk dance, square dance, line dance and social dance classes.
They offer classes in international folk dance, latin, salsa, country western, belly dance and zumba.
They offer ballroom and line dancing classes.
The center has line and ballroom dance classes.
The Third Street Community Center offers a health and wellness program for older adults (50+ yrs). Dance classes include line, Yuan Chih and Hula.