With our step by step online live courses you can learn how to dance some of the most popular dance styles including Ballroom, Latin, Belly dance, Hip Hop, Ballet, Tap dance, Irish step dancing and more. We have lots of online dance lessons.
The best way to get started is to choose the style of dance you are most interested in below:
Ballroom and Latin dance
This dance style is perfect for those of you who like to dance with a partner. Our videos will teach you all of the popular dances including: Cha Cha, Rumba, Salsa, Swing,Tango, Waltz, Merengue and more. With our course you will learn the proper footwork, timing, leading and following skills and more.
Hip Hop Dance
Hip hop originated in the 1960’s and made popular by street dancers. Now days, hip hop has many styles within it including: popping, locking, break dancing and more. Students of this dance form love the freedom in expression they get from letting their bodies feel the music. Our course will teach you awesome moves that you can use right away.
Belly dancing has roots from Asia to Africa and the Middle East. There are lots of body isolations with emphasize on the feet, hips, stomach areas. Lots of current pop idols incorporate belly dancing moves into their choreography. You will learn how to dance it all with our course.
Ballet dancing is the most classical form of dancing there is. It is defined by clean foot, arm and body lines. Ballet dancers combine flexibility and strength in order to create graceful movements – with focus on proper technqiue. Our course will teach you some of the most popular Ballet movements.
Irish Step Dance
You probably have learned about Irish step dance from popular shows like Riverdance or Lord of the Dance. It is the ‘National Dance of Ireland’ and it is characterized by rigid upper body posture with lots of footwork (steps) performed by feet and legs. It is a style that requires excellent coordination and musicality.
Tap dancing originated from African dancers performing in front of white Americans in the 1800’s. They would use their feet to create intricate rhythms and beats by stomping, shuffling, brushing and scooping. One of the notable dancers was William Henry Lane (1825 – 1852), known as “Master Juba”. He innovated Tap dancing into what it is today.