Best Dance Instructors in Melbourne

Best Dance Instructors in Melbourne
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Below is a list of the top and leading Dance Instructors in Melbourne. To help you find the best dance instructors located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Melbourne’s Best Dance Instructors:

The top-rated dance instructors offering high-quality dance lessons for all ages are:

  • Dance World Studios
  • Arthur Murray Dance Studio
  • The Space Dance & Arts Centre- Kim Adam

Dance World Studios

Dance World Studios was established in 1987 with a vision: to provide young people with the opportunity to realize their dreams through the creation of a vocational arts training institution offering dance & musical theatre courses. During this time, Dance World Studios has earned itself a reputation as a leading Australian dance academy & performing arts school. They believe that students of all ages should have the opportunity to participate in the performing arts and have extended our ongoing dance & musical theatre programs to young students aged between 3-18 years. These programs include a range of dance, singing and acting classes for children and teens.

Products/Services:

Jazz Dance, Hip Hop, Classical Ballet, Lyrical/ Contemporary Dance, Tap Dance, R.A.D. Ballet Exams.

Location:

Address295 Bank St, South Melbourne VIC 3205
Phone: (03) 9696 2943
Website: www.danceworldstudios.com

Review:

“I started training here at the age of 8, and am now doing the full-time dance course. It’s hard work, but I’m loving it! Based on my own experience I highly recommend it for boys who want to dance.”- Eli BJ

Arthur Murray Dance Studio

Arthur Murray Dance Studio The Arthur Murray Centres teaching is on a scholastic basis, and degrees of dancing achieved are varied. Instruction progresses through Student Introductory & Variety Programs, and Associate or Full Programs in Bronze, Silver, Gold, Gold Bar and Gold Star Standards. This system is called the Medalist System and is used worldwide. Courses are designed for people desiring instruction in either Social or Competition Styles. Additionally, they utilize a comparative style of teaching called the Arthur Murray Method, which enables students to learn the skills needed for dancing (not just steps) in the most efficient way possible. Their goal is to help you get out on the floor dancing as soon as possible.

Products/Services:

Cha Cha, Fox Trot, Rumba, Salsa, Samba, Swing, Tango, Waltz, Brida Dance.

Location:

AddressSuite 2/136-138 Martin St, Brighton VIC 3186
Phone: (03) 9530 6000
Website: www.arthurmurrayvic.com.au

Review:

“My 16yo daughter started at Arthur Murray a few months ago and our whole family was instantly welcomed into the studio and made to feel felt right at home! The teachers are amazing and have such talent. My daughter loves it. Highly recommend!”- Nicole Haydon

The Space Dance & Arts Centre

The Space Dance & Arts Centre is an exciting dance and arts centre featuring a variety of dance and rehearsal studios, theatre, meeting room, gallery space, and lounge. The Space has a range of dance classes for people of various dance abilities and interest levels as well as providing rehearsal and performance space for artists and producers.

Products/Services:

80’s Physical, Ballet, Brazilian Samba, Breakin’, Broadway Jazz, Hip Hop / Funk, Progressions, Lyrical Jazz.

Location:

Address318 Chapel St, Prahran VIC 3181
Phone: (03) 9529 3949
Website: www.thespace.com.au

Review:

“Brilliant dance centre
Huuuuuuuge range of dance styles available to adults of all abilities. Really good value for money for adult beginners keen to try dance classes without any commitment. The teachers are friendly, inclusive and enthusiastic. If you’ve never danced before, try an “Absolute Beginner” class. The teachers are super helpful and lovely! Learn from some of the best dancers and choreographers like Freya List, Ben Cure, Sian Kelly, Debbie Keenan, to name a few. The Space also runs casual classes and courses for experienced dancers. There’s something for everyone!”- Amy Stebbing