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How do I redeem my class credits from Glofox now that you are on Mindbody? To better serve our students, we switched over to Mindbody in November 2022. All credits and account information were transferred over at the time of transfer. To redeem your credits, CLICK HERE.

How do I know a classes' level is right for me?  What do the levels mean?

Basic/Intro - No experience needed. 

Beginner - Some experience or grasp of the fundamental is assumed.

Advanced Beginner - Minimum of 1.5-3 years of experience

Intermediate - Minimum of 3-5 years of experience (very challenging)

Advanced & Intermediate Advanced - Professional/Pre-professional

Open - All levels welcome. Pace may vary depending on the flow of the class.

Necessary experience varies from individual to individual and between genres of dance. 


What payment methods do we accept?

Credit/Debit cards, cash & Venmo.

How can I sign up for class?

1- Log into your account either on Mindbody App or through this link

2- Find a class you want to take

3- Click the button Book and it will give you our pricing options.

4- Enjoy!

Note that our staff won't be able to sign you up for a class if requested over the phone or email. Students are responsible for their reservations. If you are experiencing issues on either the website or Mindbody App, you are welcome to walk in and register in person.

How can I cancel a class? Do I get the credit back?

1- Log into your account either on Mindbody App or through this link

2- Go to My Schedule (website) or profile-schedule (Mindbody App)

3- Click the button cancel on the class you would want to do this.

Note that our staff won't be able to cancel a class if requested over the phone or email. Students are responsible for their reservations.

If the class is canceled 15 minutes prior to the start time, the student will get their credit back in their account automatically.

If my class card has expired, can I extend it?

All requests to extend class cards must be made via email to

What is a Drop In Class?

Drop In Classes are offered the same time every week. Generally, the first portion of class is a warm-up consisting of movements to loosen up the body followed by (or tied into) a technique section which teaches and/or drills the form elements necessary for the style. The second part of the class emphasizes application of the technique and performance. This usually consists of a choreography or routine. In a freestyle class (ie - Freestyle House Dance) this may consist of performing in a cypher using the techniques taught to you. Generally, lessons are not carried over or built on from class to class (although teachers may repeat a routine either by request or to properly teach the dance elements of that routine). Drop In classes are not semester based - meaning, you can join at any time without previously attending a class. Our Performance Intensives do carry over lessons and work sequentially, building toward a final routine that will performed/presented. Drop in Classes allow for flexible scheduling and the opportunity to study under a variety of teachers and styles. Students can start taking these at any time!

What are Performance Intensives?

These are workshops that consists of a series of classes scheduled over a finite period of time - usually over a several weeks. In these intensives, they focus on learning a choreography to perform in a stage show - usually in one of our seasonal showcases. These workshops do not emphasize the teaching of technique in the same focused way drop in classes do. They are more focused on applying technique in a performance/practical setting. Lessons are carried over similar to a school semester - with each class building on the last. Students enrolled in a performance intensive are required to fully attend and participate in all scheduled classes and performances.



Contemporary: Clothes that adequately cover the body (leggings, tights, etc). Shorts and shirts that ride up and do not cover the body properly are not permitted. 

Hip Hop/Club Styles: Comfortable clothing with sneakers.

Heels: Beginners: anything with ankle support is best, until they have full control and know how to not twist an ankle. Booties are OK. Heel height depends even for a beginner, because of feet being different. Generally, anywhere from 2 inches (min) to 3 inch (max) for a beginner. How to know a heel height is good is to try it on and if the knee bends automatically then its too high - a student should be able to stand up with straight legs. Thin heels are preferred over block heels. Avoid pointy shoes. Once comfortable a student can go to 4 inches or so even 4.2  if they feel comfortable. Nothing above a 3 inch pump for beginners.

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