Studio Dans offers a wide variety of dance classes 

for children, youth, and adults.

Private dance lessons for both individuals and groups are available upon request. 


Class Types:

In-Studio Only: Students attend class weekly when the class enrollment is below the class capacity detailed in the Maryland Guidelines.


Hybrid: In order to comply with state guidelines and social distancing recommendations, larger classes will be divided into two groups and alternate between Zoom and in-studio attendance weekly. Prior to classes, families will be notified of group assignments and schedule. The Zoom links and passwords will be available on the family portal. 


Virtual Only Sessions: Classes will be held solely through Zoom in 6 week sessions. Session Fee: $115

Session 1: September 14 - October 23

Session 2: October 26 - December 11 (No classes week of November 23)

2021 sessions: TBA

Class Style Descriptions:

Creative 3's - In-Studio only. Designed especially for 3-year-olds as an introduction to dance.


Pre-School Ballet/Tap - In-Studio only Introduces and develops basic ballet, tumbling and tap skills in a creative and fun way


Ballet - Provides a solid foundation in classical ballet using the Vaganova methodology. Proper alignment, technique and artistry are emphasized.


Contemporary - borrows from Horton and other modern methodologies. The class includes floor work, across the floor progressions and weekly combo.


Dance Technique & Floor Barre - this class designed to enrich a student's dance training. The class is personalized to the students who take the class and will focus on tried and tested exercises to build a dancer's technique - range of motion, flexibility, turn-out, core stability, turns and jumps.


Jazz - explores the styles of Musical Theater, Jazz Funk, and traditional jazz with weekly choreographic combos and focus on leaps and turns.


Jazz/Hip Hop - is a fusion of these 2 styles of dance. More emphasis is on choreography, style and hip hop moves.


Tap - explores the rhythms and styles of tap dance from traditional to contemporary