Start the New Year on your toes…with the Joy of Dance!
Give your child the opportunity to experience the wonders and creativity that dance can help them find within themselves.
Register before January 15 and receive a 10% discount on tuition!
Celebrating 40 Years of Dance Education!
Progressive Dance Studio located in Englewood, NJ will be celebrating 40 years of dance class education in 2019! Our dance class curriculum is based on the experience of those years and the thousands of successful Bergen County students who have danced on our floors. Many of our students have gone on to be professional dancers, choreographers and instructors themselves.
We strive to provide our students with a complete dance education in a family friendly, non-competitive environment where they can learn while having fun and building lifelong friendships. Nurturing creativity and self-confidence are at the foundation of our core values.
Dance for All Ages & Skill Levels
At Progressive Dance Studio a wide variety of dance classes tailored to all ages and skill levels are available. Beginning at age 2 with Mommy & Me classes all the way through Teen and Adult classes, students and their parents can choose from an array of dance styles and techniques such as Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary, and Acro dance.
In January we are offering two new Tumbling Activity classes; Tumble Babies for infants ages 8 – 18 months and Tumble Tots for toddlers 18 months – 3 years old.
Targeted Lesson Plans
Each of our dance classes are designed on skill level progressions and detailed lesson plans. Our outstanding instructors and small student-to-teacher ratio ensures individual quality instruction during each class and allows us to focus on each child’s personal best.
Our Dance Classes
New Students are encouraged to take as many free trial classes as they would like within one week to provide them the opportunity to experience our beautiful dance studios, be a part of our comfortable family environment, and find the ideal dance classes best suited to them as they begin their exciting journey into the world of dance.
Ages Three & Under
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ALL CHILDREN CAN BENEFIT FROM DANCE
Dance classes provide many benefits that can positively impact your child’s life and help them grow physically and intellectually.
Dance supports greater development of rhythm and balance, strength and stamina, gross and fine motor skills and overall coordination. Attending dance classes also supports the growth of a child’s creativity, concentration, self-esteem, self-discipline and dedication to a goal in a teamwork environment.
Latest Studio News
While staying close to home is the more comfortable option for some families right now, as parents, we also know it is important to continue to find activities to lift our children’s spirits, bring them happiness and help keep established a daily routine. Online dance...
Summer is Here!Our Online Summer Dance Class Program is Open for RegistrationWe’re still dancing! Progressive Dance Studio is excited to announce our 8- week Online Summer Dance Class Session July 6th – August 30th, 2020 Online Summer Dance Classes for All Ages &...
The Beginner’s Guide to Tap DanceContinuing our Beginner’s Guide to Dance series we’re providing an overview of Tap Dancing for new students and parents to introduce you to a bit of the history of tap dance, the different tap dance styles and some common vocabulary...
Courtney Jordan (Ballet Dancer, Instructor, Choreographer)When Courtney Jordan was 2 years old she used to watch while her sister took dance class. Then one day her mother asked her if she wanted to go in and take the class…Courtney refused but continued...
2020 Synergy Dance Company Competition Season Starts This MonthFebruary is always an exciting and fun month for Progressive Dance Studio’s award-winning Synergy Dance Company because it marks the start of the 2020 Dance Competition Season. As the new season swings...
The Beginner’s Guide to Jazz DanceOrigins of Jazz Dance The origins of Jazz dance are found in the simultaneous rhythms and improvisation brought to America by the African slaves around the 17th century. By the 19th century, talented dancers were migrating from Europe...