Dance is a popular performing art and sport in the Cayman Islands. Children and adults on the island are always heavily involved with performances, dance productions and theatrical shows.
For a small Caribbean island, the level and standard of ballet and dance classes available in Grand Cayman is on par with the USA or England. We have numerous dance studios which have been set up, and are run by professional former dancers, and their dedication and enthusiasm makes them incredibly popular. Students can also take professional exams, and annual dance shows with incredible costumes and outstanding choreography are held every year. Below, we list the best dance and ballet studios in the Cayman Islands.
Centre Pointe Dance Studio (CPDS) offers classes in all dance genres for both children and adults. Their studio is located at 107-109 Alissta Towers, North Sound Road. Call (345) 926 5889 or (345) 926 9603, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.centrepointedancestudio.com to find out more.
The Radiance Dance Studio teaches adult Zumba classes. Call (345) 916 0146 or email: email@example.com.
Grand Old House offers free salsa lessons on Tuesday nights at 9.30pm.
Cuba Libre hosts 'Salsa Saturdays' every Saturday from 9pm-11pm. It costs $15 per person or $25 for a couple. Lessons begin at 8.30pm.
Bailamos Dance Studio, located in Barnett Building on 24 Huldah Avenue, offers a range of dance classes for all ages. Call (345) 917 7832.
Pole fitness helps to improve your strength and endurance. Below are the places that teach pole fitness classes
in the Cayman Islands:
Quinntessential Movement offers pole and aerial fitness, chair dance, Ballet Beats, stretch and dance fitness classes. Wedding dances, private or small group sessions and bachelorette parties are also available. Tel: (345) 745 8973, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.qmovement.dance.
Life Extensions Cayman also offers pole fitness classes.