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Long Island Dance Lessons

It’s time to get your groove on! From classic refined dance, such as ballet, tap, and ballroom dancing, to more free form dance such as jazz, zumba, hip hop and modern dancing, there are dozens of schools on Long Island that cater to every form of dancing – and every level of skill. From introductory classes geared toward young children and beginners, to advanced classes that put on professional level performances, there are dance classes to suit everyone. Whether you are learning the most basic of steps or you’ve moved onto complicated and intricate routines, dance is a fun way to exercise and socialize in a fun, and supportive environment.

Arthur Murray Dance Studio 

425 West Main Street in Patchogue
631-657-3330

Dance Dynamics

165 East Jericho Turnpike in Mineola
516-742-7199

Kings Park Dance Studio

85 Main Street in Kings Park
631-269-0751

Long Island Academy of Dance

275 Route 25A, #38 in Miller Place
631-331-8830

Nancy's Dance Factory

3715 Hempstead Turnpike in Levittown
516-731-8429

NY Dance Theatre / Ohman School

60 Calvert Ave in Commack
631-462-6266

The Ballet Center

1863 Pond Road in Ronkonkoma
631-737-1964

Tropix Dance & Fitneszz

608 Merrick Road in Lynrbook
516-599-3214
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