Discover the rhythm: 7 adult dance classes to find your groove in the Grand Duchy

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From ballet, to hip-hop to pole-dancing – we’ve got something for everyone.

Home to over 160 nationalities, Luxembourg captures experiences of all kinds from every corner of the globe. If you have ever fancied learning flamenco like you’re from Granada or performing salsa in the Caribbean style, dive into our curated list of dance schools in Luxembourg.

Dance Factory

Belly and Bollywood dance under one roof? Yes please. Located in the heart of the city, Dance Factory has been standing strong for 7 years and offers a variety of courses for adults.

Participants can explore a range of dance styles, from hip-hop to ballet. And here’s a big bonus: most classes are in the evening, which makes it the perfect nocturnal escape for officegoers.

Where: 5, Rue du Saint Esprit L-1475 Luxembourg

Helen’s Dance

Your first class at Helen’s is on the house. By offering adult dance classes in ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop and dance fitness, Helen has become popular amongst beginners in Luxembourg who want to try dance without too much pressure.

Located in Limpertsberg, they’re easily accessible, even during winter, via bus or tram.

Where: 104 Avenue Victor Hugo L – 1750 Luxembourg

Swing Dance

Want to surprise your partner or make a few heads turn at your next party? Our suggestion is to give this vibrant community of dancers a go. They welcome newbies and beginners, meeting frequently for both workshops and concerts.

The group also occasionally dabbles with a few other dance styles like this year’s Winter Afro Swing sessions to keep things rocking and a’ rolling..

The group meets and dances in various locations, with Rotondes being one of them. Keep an eye out for their Facebook group where they list all their events.

Ecole de Ballet Li Marteling & Cathy Moes.

With a complimentary first lesson, this establishment makes it easy for everyone to try a bit of dance without breaking the bank. Dive into Jazz, Hip-Hop, Ballet, and contemporary dance styles through a wide selection of adult classes.

What do we love? The ‘Silver Ballet’ class, an inclusive experience geared especially towards adults aged 55 and above.

Where: 71, rue de Merl, L-2146 Luxembourg, Luxembourg

FlirtyFitness

Have you ever fancied pole dancing? Learning to gracefully hoist yourself on a pole is an art that has yet to be taken on by the Luxembourg masses (but we highly recommend it!)

FlirtyFitness gives you the opportunity to train under renowned pole athletes and even sign up for retreats, designed exclusively as training vacations.

Where: 18 Fort Wallis Street, L-2714 Luxembourg

CubaYork Dance School

Enter the vibrant world of partner dancing at this fantastic school, boasting some of the most enjoyable dance styles on offer: Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, and Rudeda. CubaYork is a tribute to two of the world’s most emblematic dance hubs: Cuba – where Salsa was born – and unrivalled New York,

What makes this place truly stand out? Not just a one-location wonder, CubaYork has multiple locations: from Bonnevoie and Limpertsberg to Clausen, Strassen, and Belval, their dance lessons are as accessible as your morning coffee. They now also offer classes in Mersch.

Have a gander at their Instagram page, and Whatsapp community where they share class schedules and details for upcoming events.

Flam and Co Luxembourg

From the land of tapas and sangria, Flam and Co Luxembourg transports you to the winding roads of Spain, where this dance form was first performed and perfected. Driven by passion, the team teaches Flamenco to learners of all ages and backgrounds, running beginner, intermediate, and advanced classes.

The studio has a parquet floor, perfect for dancing with your flamenco heels.

Where: 92 Rue du Dix Octobre L-7243 Bereldange

FlashDance

With classes in Bertrange, Ettelbruck, Nospelt, and Arlon, Flashdance offers interested students an excellent first exposure to Ballet, Jazz, and Hip-Hop. The

team also trains adults in yoga and fitness classes such as Zumba, keeping things light for beginners.

Additionally, if you’re looking for a shorter stint, like a wedding dance class for yourself and your friends, learners can explore these ‘mini options’ at Flashdance as well.

Dancing is an effortless way to uplift your mood, burn a few calories, and get moving. The above list is just the tip of the iceberg for the city’s many fantastic dance groups, communities, and schools.

Know a community that you love and want us to include in the list? Write to us at contenttoday@rtl.lu.

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