ALL ARE WELCOME

Everyone is an artist ready to be unlocked.

We want all people, at any age, to be curious, passionate, and supported in their learning. Stomping Ground L.A. seeks to be a connector of our community to facilitators and teachers in a variety of creative fields to expand our knowledge and capabilities.

If you ever question if you belong here - the answer is - yes.  Please consider this your creative home for learning, growing, and new experiences.  Please join us for a class, workshop, or open jam session!

**UPDATE**
As of March 4, 2022, participants must provide proof of vaccination or a negative test (PCR < 48 hrs / Antigen < 24 hrs).  Masks are optional for all participants, but instructors can require masks as part of their class protocol.

Schedule

- Registration link
Price: $20
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Class Description: "Dance Church® is a movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds, and identities, Dance Church is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies. The teacher leads this 55ish-minute class in a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open but guided throughout. No previous training is required, but open-mindedness is a prerequisite. Wear clothes you can sweat in. Most people go barefoot or wear socks. Get lost dancing together — it’s the dance party you wish you had last night. For more info and to register:
https://go.dancechurch.com/irl Registration opens on THURSDAY each week for the Saturday classes.
About DANCE CHURCH:
Dance Church® is on a mission to empower dancers everywhere. From teachers to takers, we believe that everyone is a dancer, and dance is for everyone. From the studio to your living room, we envision a world where people can dance together from wherever — forever. Beginning as a small Sunday morning movement practice, Dance Church was created by Kate Wallich in 2010. Over the course of a decade, a joyful community of dancers and non-dancers alike have turned Dance Church into a massive gathering of people around the world, dancing and sweating together. To learn more: https://go.dancechurch.com/
- Registration link
Open
Price: $10
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
GG 101 is an entry-level floorwork class, geared towards movers of all levels who want to get more comfortable on the floor. 
About Ground Grooves:
Ground Grooves is a contemporary floorwork technique emphasizing continuous and fluid movement from a methodical and safe approach. Working both with and without momentum, dancers move through a variety of rolls, slides, inversions, and shoulder rolls. Ground Grooves classes emphasize a lush, spongy movement quality by absorbing impact with softness. Ground Grooves (Mon/Fri) is suitable for advanced/professional dancers. GG101 (Sat) is suitable for beginning/intermediate movers.
- Registration link
Adv
Price: $15
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
ABOUT THE CLASS | Significantly informed by both Release and Laban/Bartenieff techniques, this class encourages investigation, problem solving, and versatility. Release technique is a method of movement discovery in which the superficial musculature of the body gives way to essential skeletal mechanisms, ultimately revealing greater dimension throughout the body. Class work will be grounded in the principle that self-exploration is the dancer’s most effective tool of development and is essential to finding authenticity of movement. While designed for intermediate to advanced movers, beginning movers with a deep curiosity are also encouraged to attend. All participants will need to be vaccinated. Please bring proof of vaccination to the next class you plan on attending. If you are not vaccinated I encourage you to do your part to help stop the spread and mutation of this virus. We will be happy to have you in the space once you have taken this step to help keep everyone safe. If you are not able to get the vaccine due to a medical condition, just let me know and you will be welcome. WEEKLY RELEASE CLASSES SIGN UP
About Rebecca Lemme:
Rebecca Lemme is a choreographer, performer, educator, and visual artist. Founded in 2014, she is Artistic Director of the Los Angeles-based performance group Acts of Matter. Rebecca has been commissioned and presented by LA Contemporary Dance Company, Heidi Duckler Dance Theater, Santa Barbara Dance Theater, Los Angeles Theater Center, River North Dance Chicago, Thodos' New Dances, California Institute of the Arts, Loyola Marymount University, Columbia College Chicago, Loyola University Chicago, Grand Valley State University, The Harvest Chicago Contemporary Dance Festival, and was a finalist chosen to present choreography for The A.W.A.R.D. Show! 2010: Chicago. Additionally, she has toured nationally with contemporary repertory companies Luna Negra Dance Theater, River North Dance Chicago, and Hedwig Dances. She teaches extensively in contemporary, ballet, and improvisation for which she has created a unique movement style that encourages investigation, problem solving, and versatility. An Associate Professor at California State University, Long Beach, Rebecca co-facilitates the BFA program and coordinates the Scholarship Program. She was formerly a full-time faculty member at CalArts and has additionally been on faculty at Columbia College Chicago, Roosevelt University, Hubbard Street’s Lou Conte Dance Studio, Visceral Dance Center, and Joffrey Ballet Chicago. Rebecca holds a BA in English and Theater from Princeton University and an MFA in Choreography from California Institute of the Arts.  rebeccalemme.com  IG: @actsofmatter
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Int
Price: $17
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
This intermediate/advanced class at STOMPING GROUND LA is for dancers of all backgrounds who are looking to focus their ballet training on movement and function.  Organization, coordination, and musicality are at the heart of this class, as are individuality and inclusivity.  Instead of asking ourselves to fit the mold of ballet, this class empowers the dancer first --- using ballet as a tool for each dancer to research their own body, own interests, and own dance values. SIGN UP
About Spenser Theberge:
Spenser Theberge is a multi-hyphenate performer and creator, working across the fields of choreography, dance, movement direction, text, costume design, pedagogy, and installation work. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School and a former company member with the Nederlands Dans Theater I & II and The Forsythe Company, as well as a guest artist with Kidd Pivot, the Goteborgs Operans Danskompani, the ARIAS Company, and RGWW.   ​Spenser's creations are multi-disciplinary and genre-defying, continuously exploring identity, authenticity, and spectatorship.  His work has been commissioned and presented by LA Dance Project, The Broad Museum, MOCA Geffen, REDCAT, The Korzo Theater, Gothenburg Opera Dance Company, Place des Arts, The Juilliard School, and the Queer Biennial III in LA. Spenser's collaborations with partner Jermaine Spivey have been additionally supported by Hollins University, PACT Zollverein, Nuova Officina della Danza, and presented by The Korzo Theater, The Frankfurt LAB, Place des Arts, Oregon Contemporary, Reed College, and NAVEL. https://www.spensertheberge.com
Price: $20
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Entity’s Monthly Series contemporary class features a different instructor every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month! Come join our community!
About Entity Contemporary Dance:
Entity Contemporary Dance was founded in 2009 by choreographers Will Johnston, Marissa Osato, and Elm Pizarro with the intent to forge connections between the Southern California hip hop and contemporary dance communities. Based in Los Angeles and directed by Will Johnston  and Marissa Osato, Entity Contemporary Dance is a professional contemporary dance company that interweaves modern, jazz, and hip hop dance techniques to present dynamic repertory that explores the nuances of human emotionality and connectivity. Fostering communal collaboration and emphasizing a cross-genre dance education, Entity Contemporary Dance’s mission is to bridge the gaps between commercial and concert dance in Los Angeles.  Entity has created four evening length works—"Braxton vs. Oregon" (2014/15: Los Angeles, San Francisco), "PEEL" (2016/17: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Singapore, Hong Kong), "Transparent/see” (2019: Los Angeles, Singapore, Hong Kong, Mexico), and "The Spectacular Society” (2019/2020: Los Angeles, Jacob’s Pillow Inside/Out series *performance canceled due to the pandemic), in addition to performing in numerous festivals, benefit shows, and industry showcases. After winning the 2017 Capezio A.C.E Awards grand prize, Entity premiered its evening length work "Transparent/see” in Los Angeles and Asia and set excerpts of the work at University at Buffalo Department of Theatre and Dance in New York. Entity has taught workshops across the U.S., Mexico, Asia, and Australia, and hosts open company class every first Wednesday of the month as well as annual summer and winter intensives. Entity was a company-in-residence at Edge Performing Arts Center from 2016-2020 and is currently a resident company at Stomping Ground L.A. Entity most recently to premiered "EntityFeatures”—a series of movement films created by company directors, members, and guest artists—at a live screening & performance event on Friday August 13, 2021 at James Irvine Japanese Garden at JACCC.
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Int
Price: $17
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
This intermediate/advanced class at STOMPING GROUND LA is for dancers of all backgrounds who are looking to focus their ballet training on movement and function.  Organization, coordination, and musicality are at the heart of this class, as are individuality and inclusivity.  Instead of asking ourselves to fit the mold of ballet, this class empowers the dancer first --- using ballet as a tool for each dancer to research their own body, own interests, and own dance values. SIGN UP
About Spenser Theberge:
Spenser Theberge is a multi-hyphenate performer and creator, working across the fields of choreography, dance, movement direction, text, costume design, pedagogy, and installation work. He is a graduate of The Juilliard School and a former company member with the Nederlands Dans Theater I & II and The Forsythe Company, as well as a guest artist with Kidd Pivot, the Goteborgs Operans Danskompani, the ARIAS Company, and RGWW.   ​Spenser's creations are multi-disciplinary and genre-defying, continuously exploring identity, authenticity, and spectatorship.  His work has been commissioned and presented by LA Dance Project, The Broad Museum, MOCA Geffen, REDCAT, The Korzo Theater, Gothenburg Opera Dance Company, Place des Arts, The Juilliard School, and the Queer Biennial III in LA. Spenser's collaborations with partner Jermaine Spivey have been additionally supported by Hollins University, PACT Zollverein, Nuova Officina della Danza, and presented by The Korzo Theater, The Frankfurt LAB, Place des Arts, Oregon Contemporary, Reed College, and NAVEL. https://www.spensertheberge.com
- Registration link
Price: $5-$15
Room: Garage
Class Description:
This class celebrates the joy of sharing space with people and stretching our limits together. Inspired by the movement practices of Yin Yue and Danielle Agami, this class mixes creativity and clarity to create an atmosphere of mutual inspiration and growth. We'll activate our muscles through guided exercises, explore improvisational tasks, and develop an expressive and embodied movement language.Together, we'll sweat, smile, discover new sensations, and expand our possibilities.   REGISTER HERE  
About Nat Wilson:
Nat (they/he) is a kid who never grew up currently working as a freelance dance, movement, and performance artist. They grew up in Michigan studying dance with Ballet Chelsea before training at several ballet schools around the country and joining the Joffrey Ballet Studio Company in 2013. He danced with Visceral Dance Chicago before moving to Israel to join Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in 2016. While with KCDC, he had the opportunity to perform and teach workshops around the world, including South Korea, Colombia, and India. They now split their time between New York and Los Angeles, recently working with ate9 dANCE cOMPANY, Yin Yue Dance Company, and Volta Collective.
- Registration link
Adv
Price: $10
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Creatively stimulating while also technically demanding, Ground Grooves is a floorwork-based class. Move in and out of the floor with awareness and control through floorwork and release technique, while getting sweaty to some sweet, sweet jams. This class is geared towards intermediate to professional level dancers and is taught by both Gracie Whyte and Laura Berg. Click here to register
About Ground Grooves:
Ground Grooves is a contemporary floorwork technique emphasizing continuous and fluid movement from a methodical and safe approach. Working both with and without momentum, dancers move through a variety of rolls, slides, inversions, and shoulder rolls. Ground Grooves classes emphasize a lush, spongy movement quality by absorbing impact with softness. Ground Grooves (Mon/Fri) is suitable for advanced/professional dancers. GG101 (Sat) is suitable for beginning/intermediate movers.
- Registration link
Price: $20
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Class Description: "Dance Church® is a movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds, and identities, Dance Church is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies. The teacher leads this 55ish-minute class in a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open but guided throughout. No previous training is required, but open-mindedness is a prerequisite. Wear clothes you can sweat in. Most people go barefoot or wear socks. Get lost dancing together — it’s the dance party you wish you had last night. For more info and to register:
https://go.dancechurch.com/irl Registration opens on THURSDAY each week for the Saturday classes.
About DANCE CHURCH:
Dance Church® is on a mission to empower dancers everywhere. From teachers to takers, we believe that everyone is a dancer, and dance is for everyone. From the studio to your living room, we envision a world where people can dance together from wherever — forever. Beginning as a small Sunday morning movement practice, Dance Church was created by Kate Wallich in 2010. Over the course of a decade, a joyful community of dancers and non-dancers alike have turned Dance Church into a massive gathering of people around the world, dancing and sweating together. To learn more: https://go.dancechurch.com/
- Registration link
Adv
Price: $10
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Creatively stimulating while also technically demanding, Ground Grooves is a floorwork-based class. Move in and out of the floor with awareness and control through floorwork and release technique, while getting sweaty to some sweet, sweet jams. This class is geared towards intermediate to professional level dancers and is taught by both Gracie Whyte and Laura Berg. Click here to register
About Ground Grooves:
Ground Grooves is a contemporary floorwork technique emphasizing continuous and fluid movement from a methodical and safe approach. Working both with and without momentum, dancers move through a variety of rolls, slides, inversions, and shoulder rolls. Ground Grooves classes emphasize a lush, spongy movement quality by absorbing impact with softness. Ground Grooves (Mon/Fri) is suitable for advanced/professional dancers. GG101 (Sat) is suitable for beginning/intermediate movers.
- Registration link
Adv
Price: $10
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Creatively stimulating while also technically demanding, Ground Grooves is a floorwork-based class. Move in and out of the floor with awareness and control through floorwork and release technique, while getting sweaty to some sweet, sweet jams. This class is geared towards intermediate to professional level dancers and is taught by both Gracie Whyte and Laura Berg. Click here to register
About Ground Grooves:
Ground Grooves is a contemporary floorwork technique emphasizing continuous and fluid movement from a methodical and safe approach. Working both with and without momentum, dancers move through a variety of rolls, slides, inversions, and shoulder rolls. Ground Grooves classes emphasize a lush, spongy movement quality by absorbing impact with softness. Ground Grooves (Mon/Fri) is suitable for advanced/professional dancers. GG101 (Sat) is suitable for beginning/intermediate movers.
- Registration link
Price: $20
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Class Description: "Dance Church® is a movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds, and identities, Dance Church is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies. The teacher leads this 55ish-minute class in a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open but guided throughout. No previous training is required, but open-mindedness is a prerequisite. Wear clothes you can sweat in. Most people go barefoot or wear socks. Get lost dancing together — it’s the dance party you wish you had last night. For more info and to register:
https://go.dancechurch.com/irl Registration opens on THURSDAY each week for the Saturday classes.
About DANCE CHURCH:
Dance Church® is on a mission to empower dancers everywhere. From teachers to takers, we believe that everyone is a dancer, and dance is for everyone. From the studio to your living room, we envision a world where people can dance together from wherever — forever. Beginning as a small Sunday morning movement practice, Dance Church was created by Kate Wallich in 2010. Over the course of a decade, a joyful community of dancers and non-dancers alike have turned Dance Church into a massive gathering of people around the world, dancing and sweating together. To learn more: https://go.dancechurch.com/
- Registration link
Adv
Price: $10
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Creatively stimulating while also technically demanding, Ground Grooves is a floorwork-based class. Move in and out of the floor with awareness and control through floorwork and release technique, while getting sweaty to some sweet, sweet jams. This class is geared towards intermediate to professional level dancers and is taught by both Gracie Whyte and Laura Berg. Click here to register
About Ground Grooves:
Ground Grooves is a contemporary floorwork technique emphasizing continuous and fluid movement from a methodical and safe approach. Working both with and without momentum, dancers move through a variety of rolls, slides, inversions, and shoulder rolls. Ground Grooves classes emphasize a lush, spongy movement quality by absorbing impact with softness. Ground Grooves (Mon/Fri) is suitable for advanced/professional dancers. GG101 (Sat) is suitable for beginning/intermediate movers.
- Registration link
Int
Price: $10
Room: Garage
Class Description:
Join Psychopomp Monday mornings in our Open Company Class! Class will begin promptly at 10AM. Class will include Modern and Contemporary styles with strengthening drills and floorwork peppered in. This class is to prepare the company dancers for rehearsal so each class will be different!  If you are interested in:  -Moving and getting to know the company
-Getting a deeper look at what our work style is
-Learning our rep
-Building trust, authenticity and freedom into your movement 
-Starting your Monday off in the most kickass way possible-- THEN YOU SHOULD COME! CLASS INFO:
Mondays 10AM-11AM (Through May!)
Price: $10
Location: Stomping Ground LA, Garage Space  In order to attend YOU MUST fill out THIS FORM as there is A LIMITED AMOUNT OF SPACE each class. 
About Psychopomp Dance Theater:
Psychopomp Dance Theater is grounded in viscerally athletic movement exploring social issues through the structure of Jewish culture and thought. Shenandoah’s ancestral heritage of collaboration and discourse informs the collaborative culture of Psychopomp. The company resists hierarchical structures in creation processes. This work style gives more responsibility and respect to the dance artists in the company. Inclusion and empathy based communication is at the root of our work style. Every artist in the company is asked to not only authentically represent their own identity but also question how their choices impact others. Psychopomp’s work pushes the limits of dynamically powerful athleticism and storytelling while remaining grounded in virtuosic dance technique through a ritualistic mental rigor. The movement style is rooted in complex floorwork, powerful acrobatic Parkour movements and draws spaciously powerful traveling techniques from Horton and Limon. For Shenandoah, movement and her ethno-religious Jewish identity are one in the same. Both offer ways to question and challenge standards to fulfill the duty of Tikkun Olam, repairing the world.  @psychopompdance   @shenandoahharris www.psychopompdance.org
- Registration link
Int
Price: $10
Room: Garage
Class Description:
Join Psychopomp Monday mornings in our Open Company Class! Class will begin promptly at 10AM. Class will include Modern and Contemporary styles with strengthening drills and floorwork peppered in. This class is to prepare the company dancers for rehearsal so each class will be different!  If you are interested in:  -Moving and getting to know the company
-Getting a deeper look at what our work style is
-Learning our rep
-Building trust, authenticity and freedom into your movement 
-Starting your Monday off in the most kickass way possible-- THEN YOU SHOULD COME! CLASS INFO:
Mondays 10AM-11AM (Through May!)
Price: $10
Location: Stomping Ground LA, Garage Space  In order to attend YOU MUST fill out THIS FORM as there is A LIMITED AMOUNT OF SPACE each class. 
About Psychopomp Dance Theater:
Psychopomp Dance Theater is grounded in viscerally athletic movement exploring social issues through the structure of Jewish culture and thought. Shenandoah’s ancestral heritage of collaboration and discourse informs the collaborative culture of Psychopomp. The company resists hierarchical structures in creation processes. This work style gives more responsibility and respect to the dance artists in the company. Inclusion and empathy based communication is at the root of our work style. Every artist in the company is asked to not only authentically represent their own identity but also question how their choices impact others. Psychopomp’s work pushes the limits of dynamically powerful athleticism and storytelling while remaining grounded in virtuosic dance technique through a ritualistic mental rigor. The movement style is rooted in complex floorwork, powerful acrobatic Parkour movements and draws spaciously powerful traveling techniques from Horton and Limon. For Shenandoah, movement and her ethno-religious Jewish identity are one in the same. Both offer ways to question and challenge standards to fulfill the duty of Tikkun Olam, repairing the world.  @psychopompdance   @shenandoahharris www.psychopompdance.org
- Registration link
Price: $5-$15
Room: Garage
Class Description:
This class celebrates the joy of sharing space with people and stretching our limits together. Inspired by the movement practices of Yin Yue and Danielle Agami, this class mixes creativity and clarity to create an atmosphere of mutual inspiration and growth. We'll activate our muscles through guided exercises, explore improvisational tasks, and develop an expressive and embodied movement language.Together, we'll sweat, smile, discover new sensations, and expand our possibilities.   REGISTER HERE  
About Nat Wilson:
Nat (they/he) is a kid who never grew up currently working as a freelance dance, movement, and performance artist. They grew up in Michigan studying dance with Ballet Chelsea before training at several ballet schools around the country and joining the Joffrey Ballet Studio Company in 2013. He danced with Visceral Dance Chicago before moving to Israel to join Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in 2016. While with KCDC, he had the opportunity to perform and teach workshops around the world, including South Korea, Colombia, and India. They now split their time between New York and Los Angeles, recently working with ate9 dANCE cOMPANY, Yin Yue Dance Company, and Volta Collective.
- Registration link
Price: $20
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Class Description: "Dance Church® is a movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds, and identities, Dance Church is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies. The teacher leads this 55ish-minute class in a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open but guided throughout. No previous training is required, but open-mindedness is a prerequisite. Wear clothes you can sweat in. Most people go barefoot or wear socks. Get lost dancing together — it’s the dance party you wish you had last night. For more info and to register:
https://go.dancechurch.com/irl Registration opens on THURSDAY each week for the Saturday classes.
About DANCE CHURCH:
Dance Church® is on a mission to empower dancers everywhere. From teachers to takers, we believe that everyone is a dancer, and dance is for everyone. From the studio to your living room, we envision a world where people can dance together from wherever — forever. Beginning as a small Sunday morning movement practice, Dance Church was created by Kate Wallich in 2010. Over the course of a decade, a joyful community of dancers and non-dancers alike have turned Dance Church into a massive gathering of people around the world, dancing and sweating together. To learn more: https://go.dancechurch.com/
- Registration link
Adv
Price: $10
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Creatively stimulating while also technically demanding, Ground Grooves is a floorwork-based class. Move in and out of the floor with awareness and control through floorwork and release technique, while getting sweaty to some sweet, sweet jams. This class is geared towards intermediate to professional level dancers and is taught by both Gracie Whyte and Laura Berg. Click here to register
About Ground Grooves:
Ground Grooves is a contemporary floorwork technique emphasizing continuous and fluid movement from a methodical and safe approach. Working both with and without momentum, dancers move through a variety of rolls, slides, inversions, and shoulder rolls. Ground Grooves classes emphasize a lush, spongy movement quality by absorbing impact with softness. Ground Grooves (Mon/Fri) is suitable for advanced/professional dancers. GG101 (Sat) is suitable for beginning/intermediate movers.
- Registration link
Price: $5-$15
Room: Garage
Class Description:
This class celebrates the joy of sharing space with people and stretching our limits together. Inspired by the movement practices of Yin Yue and Danielle Agami, this class mixes creativity and clarity to create an atmosphere of mutual inspiration and growth. We'll activate our muscles through guided exercises, explore improvisational tasks, and develop an expressive and embodied movement language.Together, we'll sweat, smile, discover new sensations, and expand our possibilities.   REGISTER HERE  
About Nat Wilson:
Nat (they/he) is a kid who never grew up currently working as a freelance dance, movement, and performance artist. They grew up in Michigan studying dance with Ballet Chelsea before training at several ballet schools around the country and joining the Joffrey Ballet Studio Company in 2013. He danced with Visceral Dance Chicago before moving to Israel to join Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in 2016. While with KCDC, he had the opportunity to perform and teach workshops around the world, including South Korea, Colombia, and India. They now split their time between New York and Los Angeles, recently working with ate9 dANCE cOMPANY, Yin Yue Dance Company, and Volta Collective.
- Registration link
Price: $20
Room: Warehouse
Class Description:
Class Description: "Dance Church® is a movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds, and identities, Dance Church is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies. The teacher leads this 55ish-minute class in a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open but guided throughout. No previous training is required, but open-mindedness is a prerequisite. Wear clothes you can sweat in. Most people go barefoot or wear socks. Get lost dancing together — it’s the dance party you wish you had last night. For more info and to register:
https://go.dancechurch.com/irl Registration opens on THURSDAY each week for the Saturday classes.
About DANCE CHURCH:
Dance Church® is on a mission to empower dancers everywhere. From teachers to takers, we believe that everyone is a dancer, and dance is for everyone. From the studio to your living room, we envision a world where people can dance together from wherever — forever. Beginning as a small Sunday morning movement practice, Dance Church was created by Kate Wallich in 2010. Over the course of a decade, a joyful community of dancers and non-dancers alike have turned Dance Church into a massive gathering of people around the world, dancing and sweating together. To learn more: https://go.dancechurch.com/

CLASS RENTAL

We have large screen TV's, high speed Wi-Fi, sound system, and fully sprung Marley floors to support your class needs!

We are excited to welcome everyone back to the studios to safely explore, create, and develop our craft together at SGLA! We offer space to support your in-person or hybrid online teaching needs.  Let us know if you would like to rent studio space or learn more about the classes being offered by our community members at this time.  

Contact us at: [email protected]

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