Learn to dance at William Maslin Sydney CBD dance studios
We love social dance, and it’s our goal for you to love it too.
Our great dance teachers can make even the most nervous beginner feel at ease and at home.
So if you’ve never danced a step in your life, you won’t have to worry about a thing. We’ll be there to support you step by step.
We’ll create a personalised learning program based on your ability and what you want to accomplish with your dancing.
Our learning programs are developed with you in mind, as no two dancers are the same. So you can learn easily and progress through the syllabus levels at a comfortable pace just for you.
A dance studio family
Once you walk through the door, you become part of the William Maslin Dance Studios family. Everyone is at a different stage of their dance journey, but we all share one thing in common – our love of dance.
Our studios are friendly, fun and caring, and we love to see our students have a great time. Even when you finish your program with William Maslin Dance Studios, you will always be welcome to stay involved with us, whether it is through our alumni program or by joining us on our international social trips.
Social dancing to meet new people
At William Maslin Dance Studios, we love bringing people together and watching friendships blossom. Our group classes, evening socials and trips are a great way to meet new people and make new friends in a vibrant environment where everyone is ready to have fun.
Learn to dance and discover the benefits
- Weight loss
At William Maslin Dance Studios, we offer more than just dance classes to keep you fit. Try our dance socials, Yoga and Pilates.
Boosting your memory
Improving your flexibility
A study in the Journal of Applied Gerontology found that partner dancing, accompanied with music, can help reduce and relieve stress. So what are you waiting for? Come on in and dance away the stress.
Got the blues? Come on in, we’ll get you dancing.
Helping your heart health
Do your heart a favour and come dance with us!
A study in the Journal of Physiological Anthropology found that an exercise program of aerobic dance training is just as helpful for losing weight and increasing aerobic power as cycling and jogging.