TRAIN VIRTUALLY WITH THE WORLD’S TOP CHOREOGRAPHERS
CLI Studios is the global leader in online dance education, offering dance classes in every major style and level. Take class on your phone, laptop, tablet, or smart TV with 300+ world-renowned choreographers.
HOW TO JOIN THE CLI STUDIOS APP
Download the app and get started with a 7-day Free Trial for instant access to our library of on-demand classes in every style and level, taught by the world’s best choreographers. CLI Studios is just $199.99/year after your 7-day free trial.
CLASSES IN ALL STYLES
Try classes in all major dance styles including hip-hop, contemporary, jazz, ballet, tap, lyrical, musical theatre, ballroom, modern, yoga, and more.
PROGRAMS FOR BEGINNER THROUGH ADVANCED DANCERS
We offer classes in all levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced, perfect for kids ages 8+, teens, and adults. New to dance? Check out our beginner dance program: The First Step, where our instructors will guide you through the basics with fun, easy-to-learn routines in hip-hop, jazz, ballet, tap, and more.
Get training from some of the world’s most notable choreographers and instructors. They’re here to encourage you to reach your goals. Our faculty includes tWitch, Allison Holker, Brian Friedman, Ysabelle Capitulé, Jaquel Knight, Kathryn McCormick, Lyle Beniga, Mark Meismer, Alyson Stoner, Lex Ishimoto, Chloe Arnold, Misha Gabriel, Teddy Forance, and so many more.
NEW CLASSES ADDED WEEKLY
Our dance library is constantly growing. Each week you can look forward to several new classes in every style and level, so you’ll never run out of classes to try.
Throughout the year, we offer online live-streaming events that allow our members to dance with us LIVE from anywhere in the world. You can RSVP to these workshops right through the app. These events include beginner workshops, ballet intensives, classes with our resident choreographers, and more.
Track your progress and stay motivated by earning badges as you complete dance challenges.
NEW MUSICAL THEATRE PROGRAM
In addition to our extensive dance library, we offer musical theatre classes in acting, singing, dancing, directing, and technical design, taught by Broadway stars who’ve performed in Hamilton, The Lion King, Wicked, and more. Get access to a new in-depth course every month in acting, singing, or dancing when you become a CLI Studios member.
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Ratings and Reviews
I love this app it strengthens my knowledge and ability’s as a 8 year dancer (haven’t been on CLI for 8 years) Idk, why people are giving bad reviews... I mean like if you have a problem about one teacher or, their studios my advice FIND A NEW APP! Like come on how are you gonna have a problem with one teacher or a studio!! That is in my opinion not something to write a review about... well I use this everyday I am loving it! Ok, that is all for my review! I can’t wait to start another lesson oh, yeah and y’all I AM NOT A BOT GIVING A GOOD REVIEW!!! FYI!! Okie so keep up the great work!!
Love CLI Studios
My studio just got the rights for student accounts after 2 years of being with CLI and using it during classes...I love taking classes you really learn a lot because you are learning from some of the best industry professionals out there...I’ve really been able to grow and step out of my comfort zone with these classes (especially the live ones during the coronavirus pandemic)
Love it but..
There are a variety of dance genres such as hip hop, ballet, contemporary, etc. but I do wish there were more styles. What I mean is there is both modern and classic styles but I feel like it can expand more. When I was first introduced to CLI, I saw a person named Hamilton Evans and recognized him from another company called millennium. But I only found one choreography. He normally does very quick paced kind of "sexy" hip hop and I enjoyed participating in his classes and thought "hey I wanna do those classes again" and checked out he video. It was not what I expected.
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STEEZY focuses on various urban dance styles like house, dancehall, krump, breaking, whacking and heels. The interface allows you to view the instructor from multiple angles, slow down the speed, loop a particular step or watch yourself dancing on the screen right alongside the instructor so you can compare your technique. After a seven-day, free trial, plans are offered on a monthly or annual basis. $19.99/month or $99.99/year.
Tap stars Anthony Morigerato, Ayodele Casel and Mike Minery founded Operation: Tap to offer online classes for beginners through advanced professional tap dancers. A subscription comes with fun bonuses, like technique challenges every Tuesday and videos of original tap productions—along with behind-the-scenes footage. $15–$40/month.
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Veyette Virtual Ballet School
For interactive personal ballet coaching, check out Veyette Virtual Ballet School. It was recently launched by Miami City Ballet principal soloist Lauren Fadeley and her husband, former Pennsylvania Ballet principal Francis Veyette. Their one-on-one lessons via Skype focus on proper technique and a healthy mindset. Veyette and Fadeley also offer small group lessons for studios and competition coaching, plus mentoring sessions for both students and parents. Private lessons are $100/hour.
Dancio, a ballet-focused online training platform that also offers contemporary and modern classes, is offering academic institutions a free, two-week subscription right now. Or you can rent individual classes for a 48-hour period, for $4.99. Teachers include everyone from ballet stars, like Julie Kent and Wendy Whelan, to Martha Graham's Blakely White-McGuire and Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's Khalia Campbell.
CLI Studios partners directly with dance studios to offer live or prerecorded master classes as well as continuing education for faculty members and competition choreography. The program was co-founded by a group of commercial stars including tWitch, Allison Holker and Teddy Forance, and the roster of faculty members reads like a Who's Who of the industry. There are currently more than 150 hours of training available online. Starts at $100/month, however CLI will also be live streaming some classes for free.
If you want to try a new style while stuck at home, Learntodance.com offers free online step-by-step tutorials in everything from tango to Irish step dancing. Or you can purchase a full course with a premium subscription for more advanced instruction, from $37–$147.
Learn new choreography with easy-to-follow tutorials on DancePlug. There are combinations and technique exercises in classic styles like theater dance, lyrical, contemporary, ballet and jazz. The site also offers strength and conditioning workouts. Plans start at $8.25/month for an annual membership.
Famed National Ballet of Canada star Svetlana Lunkina is behind the app 1on1 Ballet. AI technology records your movement—such as the position of your body in space, speed, angles, angular velocity—and compares it to a professional ballet dancer executing the same exercises, to help you analyze and correct your work. The app currently offers 59 different exercises. It's available on Google Play and the Apple Store, with in-app purchases.
Gaga NYC online
Gaga is offering three live Gaga classes every day. A drop-in is $9 and a month of unlimited classes is $68.
My Online Dance Teacher
Studio owners can sign up to send free videos to their students through My Online Dance Teacher. New content is added every week.
The Dancer's Workout®
For the next few weeks, The Dancer's Workout® is offering a free one-hour online class at 11:45 am Eastern every day. Taught by UNCSA ballet alum Jules Szabo, the fitness classes combine ballet, jazz, contemporary dance and toning exercises for a conditioning workout. Registration is required.
The Ballet Spot
New York City and Los Angeles fitness studio The Ballet Spot hires professional dancers to teach all of its classes. Right now, the studio is streaming all of its dance-based cardio workout classes for $5.
Tim Milgram is one of the commercial dance world's best-known video directors, so the online classes available on his website, TMilly TV, feature high-quality visuals. They're also led by some of the industry's big names, like Brian Friedman and Julian DeGuzman. Plans are $9.99/month, $49.99/six months or $89.99/year. Use the code "dancemag" to get 50 percent off your first two months.
Ballet Academy East/Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet
The two renowned ballet schools have teamed up to offer open online classes during the pandemic, taught by the faculties of both schools, for $10/class.
This brand-new online training platform offers ballet classes that promise more personalized attention, including one-on-one sessions. (If you're an instructor, you can also sign up to teach.) From $20/class.
The Radio City Rockettes
Tune in to the Rockettes' Instagram each Thursday at noon Eastern for a free live dance class led by one of the Rockettes from her home. Live fitness classes will stream every Tuesday at noon.
Just For Kix Digital Dance
On Just For Kix' new video platform, dance and fitness classes are streamed live, then archived on the site so you can watch them any time. All of the content is free.
If you're looking for workshops for popping, locking, wacking or hip hop, Supersteps Academy offers live classes and access to replays. You can also sign up for one-on-one mentoring with an instructor. Unlimited access is 12 British pounds (around $14.75)/month, or you can pay as you go for individual live sessions.
ARC Dance Masterclass Series
Seattle-based ARC Dance Company is offering remote master classes from dancers from Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens, American Ballet Theatre and other companies. Offered through Zoom, Campaign COVID 1+9=$10 Remote Master Class Series begins Monday, April 6, with former Pacific Northwest Ballet star Carla Korbes. The one-hour classes are small in size so that dancers can receive real-time corrections. $10 a class; click here to find out how to register.
Universal Ballet Competition
Universal Ballet Competition is gathering world-class ballet stars every weekend for a lineup of interactive classes over Zoom in which students can receive real-time corrections and take part in a 15-minute Q&A after class. Teachers include major dance names like Francesca Hayward, Isabella Boylston and Desmond Richardson. The 90-minute intermediate/advanced level classes span ballet technique, pointe barre, men's class, contemporary and variations. $25/class.
Steps on Broadway
Virtual Steps offers a full weekly schedule of classes taught by faculty members from New York City's Steps on Broadway. $12/class.
The Bollywood Co
The Bollywood Co offers weekly Bollywood and Bhangra classes, as well as more intensive online workshops. An unlimited monthly pass is 50 pounds, or you can purchase an individual class starting at 6 pounds.
Dancewear brand Zarély has launched MYSENSEI to provide one-on-one training and mentoring with a variety of current and former professional ballet dancers, like Jurgita Dronina, Pascal Molat and Sona Kharatian. Classes range from $60 to $150 per class, depending on the teacher.
Dance Break allows you to sign up for Zoom classes or book one-on-one sessions with professional dancers in the concert and commercial worlds. In addition to lessons in various dance genres, you can also take Pilates or stretch sessions. Drop-ins cost $30-$30.
The Best Online Dance Classes to Get You Moving
Best for Beginners: Obé Fitness
Offer: 50% Off Your First Month of the Monthly Membership with code BYRDIE50
Why We Chose It: We love this online fitness platform for the variety it offers for its members. Whether you're craving dance cardio, yoga, or boxing, Obé Fitness has it all and then some.
What We Like
- Variety of classes, from dancing to HIIT, to strength training and yoga
- Engaging, entertaining, and inspiring instructors
- The interactive element of instructors calling out your name in class
What We Don't Like
- No option to take specific types of dance classes
- Not challenging enough for an experienced dancer
- Dance classes are on the shorter end
With a plethora of instructors to choose from, Obé dance classes are fun, engaging, and are more about getting a great workout in than anything else. If you’re a beginner looking to have fun and dance around, rather than follow a bunch of dance steps that are difficult to remember, this platform is for you.
Obé Fitness offers live sessions daily (most of them being 30 minutes long), where you can “reserve” a spot in class, for however many you choose. If you’re lucky, you’ll hear the instructor call out your name during one of them—a great way to keep you on your toes while dancing around in your living room.
If you aren’t able to attend a live session, Obé Fitness offers an extensive library of on-demand options you can take whenever you desire, ranging from five to 60 minutes. But most classes are in the 30- to 45-minute range.
Obé Fitness offers a one-month free trial and charges around $27 per month, about $65 per quarter, or roughly $199 per year. You can take the class using your computer or phone, and you can even connect the brand's app to your TV to use a bigger screen.
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