Progressive Group Swing Dance Classes

at iDance Miami Studio  |  2699 Biscayne Blvd, Ste 4, Miami, FL

with Yuval Hod and the All Swing Miami team

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Put a swing in your step— get inspired from the 1920’s, 30’s, 40’s & 50’s!

 No one else in Florida comes close to teaching, dancing, and having the knowledge of all the different styles that make up swing: lindy hop, charleston, balboa, fast lindy, 6-count vs 8-count moves, jazz steps and aerials (dance acrobatics).

Yuval Hod and Gypsy Juls teach around the world, and are known for being able to break down complex movements and teach precise technique. Yuval has coached and choreographed multiple award-winning routines for couples and teams, and teaches all levels— from beginners to professionals. More about Yuval & Juls

New to the teaching staff, Sid Chhatani inspires and teaches jazz steps on Tuesday nights!

So whether you’re looking to compete, be a bada** dancer — or just get the right basic foundation, don’t miss this session with All Swing Miami!

6 Week Session Schedule

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SUSPENDED until further notice

MONDAYS

March 09 | March 16 | March 23
March 30 | April 06 | April 13

TUESDAYS

March 10 | March 17 | March 24
March 31 | April 07 | April 14

WEDNESDAYS

March 11 | March 18 | March 25
April 01 | April 08 | April 15

Ready to sign up for classes?

Try it out á la carte for $20, or save with a package deal!

ALL SWING CLASS POLICY: You must register and pay for a single class or a package deal before joining the class. Avoid the wait— register online! If you join after the 2nd week, you must take a private lesson in order to catch up.

FAQs:

Is there parking available? Yes, there is a parking lot right after you drive by the studio. It's free to park for dance students. There is also metered street parking if the lot is full.

What type of shoes & clothes should I wear? Comfortable clothes and flat shoes are the best for swing dance classes. Remember, you are practicing, not performing! For beyond-beginner students, adding dance socks (or just no-show "footsies" socks") over your shoes help for swivels, slides and beyond-the-basics moves.