Dance Away Your Quarantine Blues With These Virtual Dance Classes You Can Take From Home


With the ongoing lockdown, we are sure a lot of you must be dying to meet your squad, missing your workout and dance sessions, but social distancing is the need of the hour. And while you are also continuing to practice self-quarantine, it doesn’t have to be so boring and dull, right? Check out these dance studios who are having their virtual dance sessions which you can quickly sign up and do from the comfort zone of your home. Go on, peeps! 

1. YellowStripe Dance Co. 

If you have a thing for Bollywood or Hip Hop dance style, then you will love virtual classes by YellowStripe Dance Co. They make learning easy from home as they run their classes daily either through online private classes or pre-recorded classes, it’s your choice. Their instructors Utsav Malhotra and Kamna Arora will be taking live sessions, and you will love dancing your heart out with them!

2. Big Dance Centre

Bringing you to live dance sessions every day, Big Dance Centre should be on your bookmarks. Begin learning dance basics step by step through live video by one of their best trainers. Every day at 7 pm sharp you’ll be taught different dance forms including Jazz, Salsa, Hip-hop, Bharatanatyam, Contemporary, Latin, Belly dance and more. Isn’t it great? 

3. Shiamak India 

We are sure, the OG Guru of Bollywood dancing, Shiamak Davar doesn’t need any introduction. Celebrities like Shahid Kapoor, Lisa Haydon, Vicky Kaushal and more have undergone training with him. To get your dose of dance sessions, follow their page on YouTube & Instagram, and the dancing session is opened for all ages. Throughout this stressful period, the dance sessions will keep you positive. 

4. Team Naach

Famous dance studio in Mumbai, Team Naach have introduced their live dance sessions to make sure you stay entertained and relaxed while being in isolation too. The dance classes are designed for everyone- be it at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level. So, join the live session by Nicole Concessao for some great dance sessions.

5. The Culture Studios

Hosting live dance sessions every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, The Culture Studios knows how to keep you busy even in isolation. Catch up their Insta live classes of dance forms like Lyrical, Adv Jazz, Beginners Jazz, Fitness and Ballet. We are sure you are smiling and making plans in your ahead to join all of them, right? Well, then we shall see you there virtually then. 

6. Nritya Shakti

Nritya Shakti is an initiative By Shakti Mohan to share her passion and experience to all the aspiring dancers and dance enthusiasts all over the world. Making the most of the 21 days lockdown, Shakti came up with 21 days lockdown virtual dancing sessions for you guys. Tune into her Instagram live, every evening 5–5:30 pm and learn some classy dance steps. We are tuning in for sure, what about you? 

7. Dance With Madhuri

Bollywood’s dancing diva Madhuri Dixit is here to teach her dancing moves to you through her online dance academy, Dance With Madhuri. From April 1 to April 30, every week, two of top dance lessons will be available for everyone for free. To keep you entertained, the actor has collaborated with Bollywood’s top choreographers including Terence Lewis, Remo D’Souza, Pandit Birju Maharaj and Saroj Khan. Wow, we are thrilled!

8. Zenith Dance Academy

It’s time to unlock your body during this lockdown time. Zenith Dance Academy is one of the best dance academies in the nation. Join them for the most-awaited and exciting dance sessions through their Facebook page. Remove all the boring vibes in this lockdown situation and be a part of this exciting dance session for FREE. Get, set go!

9. Swati Sharad

How about breaking the ice this lockdown and try your hands on Zumba? Swati Sharad is a popular name who teaches Zumba, and with lockdown, she has started online sessions, isn’t it great? You can learn Zumba, Bollywood and other dance fitness classes from her being at your comfort zone. Categories are divided into different age groups so that you feel comfortable while dancing. 

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