Elan Dance Est.

First Class

No worries at all! You don't need any prior experience for first class.

Taking your first dance class is an exciting and exhilarating experience. It’s a chance to immerse yourself in the world of dance, exploring new rhythms, movements, and expressions. As you step into the studio, you may feel a mix of anticipation and nervousness, but rest assured that no prior dance experience is necessary. The atmosphere is filled with warmth and encouragement, creating a welcoming space for beginners. The instructor and fellow dancers are there to support and guide you throughout the class, helping you find your rhythm and develop your skills. Embrace the joy of learning, let the music move you, and prepare to embark on a beautiful journey of self-expression through the art of dance.

How to book

Step 1

Create (or log in to) your MindBody account.

Step 2

Unlock your dance journey by choosing from a variety of options: the intro pass, class pack, or unlimited membership.

Step 3

View the schedule to book your dance class. Classes fill up fast!

first timers tips

first timers tips

Before You Start:

Dress comfortably

Wear clothes that allow for a wide range of movement and won’t restrict your dancing. Choose appropriate footwear based on the type of dance class.

Stay hydrated

Bring a water bottle and take regular sips to stay hydrated throughout the class.

Warm up

Before the class starts, engage in a warm-up routine to prepare your body for physical activity and prevent injuries.
Listen and observe: Pay close attention to the instructor’s

Check In:

Arrive early

Give yourself ample time to check-in, change into appropriate attire, and mentally prepare for the class.

Respect personal space

Be mindful of the space around you and avoid invading other dancers’ personal space.

Ask questions

If you’re unsure about a step or concept, don’t hesitate to ask the instructor for clarification. They are there to help you.


Cool down

Just as warming up is important before a dance class, cooling down is essential afterward. Take a few minutes to stretch and allow your body to gradually return to a resting state. This can help prevent muscle soreness and stiffness.


efuel your body with a nutritious meal or snack that includes a combination of protein, carbohydrates, and healthy fats. This will help restore energy levels and support muscle recovery.

Rest and recover

Give your body time to rest and recover between dance classes. Adequate rest is crucial for preventing injuries and allowing your muscles to repair and strengthen.