Dance Styles:
Ballroom Social Waltz Rumba Cha-Cha Latin Country Western And many more!

Mission Statement:
“To enrich the lives of anyone and everyone who is associated with us.”

Dance is in the mainstream and you don’t want to miss out on all the fun, good exercise and excitement dance can bring!


Fred Astaire was probably the greatest, most versatile dancer of all time. In 1946 he started a national chain of dance studios specializing in styles such as the Watlz, Tango, Salsa, Swing, Ballroom and Latin, for both singles and couples to enjoy.
According to another major innovator in filmed dance, Gene Kelly; “The history of dance on film begins with Astaire.”


Born in 1899, Fred Astaire began show business at the age of 5, performing on Broadway and in vaudeville with his sister, Adele.

Then he headed to Hollywood where he began a successful partnership with Ginger Rogers for nine movies. He began his career in vaudeville with his sister Adele in 1905. Between 1912 and 1933 they starred in twelve musicals together.

By 1933, Fred journeyed to Hollywood, where between then and 1976 he made thirty-three musical films with such esteemed co-stars as Ginger Rogers, Joan Crawford, Rita Hayworth, Ann Miller, Debbie Reynolds and Cyd Charisse, to name just a few. Fred Astaire also co-starred with the biggest male names of the times including Bing Crosby, Red Skelton and the great Gene Kelly.

Fred Astaire died in 1987 from pneumonia. With his passing, we lost a true dancing legend. His effortless lightness and grace may never be seen again. As Mikhail Baryshnikov observed at the time of his death, “No dancer can watch Fred Astaire and not know that we all should have been in another business.”

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