Brooklyn Dance Lessons Kids ballroom dance classes

from 4 years old

ballroom dance classes for kids

At Brooklyn Dance Lessons, we offer a range of ballroom dance classes for kids of all ages and skill levels.
Our classes are designed to be fun, engaging, and educational, providing children with the opportunity to learn new skills, build their confidence,
and have fun in a supportive and nurturing environment.

Whether your child is interested in ballroom dance as a hobby or as a competitive pursuit,
our classes are tailored to meet their individual needs and goals.

why ballroom dancing?

One of the key benefits of ballroom dance classes for kids is that they provide a great form of physical exercise. Not only does dancing help to improve cardiovascular health and fitness, but it can also help to improve balance, coordination, and flexibility. This can be especially beneficial for children who may be less inclined to participate in team sports or other forms of physical activity.

In addition to the physical benefits, ballroom dance classes for kids can help to promote social skills and emotional development. Ballroom dancing requires children to work together with their partners, communicate effectively, and learn to cooperate and support each other. This can help to improve their interpersonal skills, as well as their self-esteem and confidence.

SPRING SEMESTER 2024 | Jan 14 – Jun 1

4 years old and up (4-6 yo,  7-10 yo, 11-14 yo)

From $675 per semester is for 45-minute classes. Installment payments are available on the 1st of each month. Classes are non-refundable.

A program designed to introduce kids to Ballroom Dance and build their basic knowledge of dancing. Each class is 45-60min long and includes warm-up exercises, games (little kids), and basic ballroom moves in dances like Cha-Cha-Cha, Waltz, Polka, Samba, Jive, and others. During the program, we will focus on coordination, rhythm, and footwork, as well as kids’ ability to communicate effectively with others. Kids will also learn dance etiquette, posture, and performance skills. The kids’ ballroom program starts with 4 main dances. More dances are added as kids move to the next level. The program is activated when the minimum number of participants is met and can be renewed for the second semester. No dance partner is needed.
Dance competitions and dance sports programs are available for interested families.

The enrollment is ongoing. Please contact us if you would like to add your child after the semester has started.

details and schedule

Group classes Jan 14 – Jun 1
Parents meeting
Open lesson 1st week of April Performance for friends & family last class of the semester

Performance for friends & family last class of the semester

5-5:45pm 7-10 yo

5-5:45pm Modern/Hip Hop 7-10 yo

4:00-4:45pm 4-6 yo
5:00-5:45pm 7-10 yo
6:00-6:45pm 11-14 yo

9- 9:45am 4-6 yo
10-10:45am 7-10 yo

interested in a trial class?

If you would like to try the classes before committing for a longer program,
you can sign for single trial class. You can find all available classes here.


kids lead instructor: Marius

Born in Chisinau, Republic of Moldova, Marius started his journey as a dancer at the early age of 5, at the initiative of his mother, who is also an artist. From an early start, he has been performing at the greatest dance competitions in the world such as German Open Championship (GOC), Germany, International Open Latin and Ballroom Championship Crocus City Hall, Russia, International Open Championship, Italy, European Ballroom and Latin Championships, Latvia, Belgium, etc., becoming a multiple national and international champion in Ballroom, Latin and 10 dance competitions.

He performed in UK, China, and Germany where he trained with Hannah Turau, Horst Beer, Sven Traut, Roberto Albanese, Florencio Garcia Lopez, Anton Ganopolsky, and Natalia Magdalinova. He also represented Germany in international dance competitions.

He started working with children at the age of 16 in Moldova. His students are holders of the titles of champions at numerous international competitions in Kyiv (Ukraine), Assen (Netherlands), Bucharest (Romania), Italy, Germany, and Russia.

“For me, dancing is more than just a hobby. It is a skill, a lifestyle, a means of existence or entertainment, and probably the most beautiful part of my life.”