Co-owners Robin Jacobson & Susie Seigle offer combined teaching experience of more than 40 years. Together, they have developed a comprehensive dance studio program that is a source of enjoyment and accomplishment for all ages and abilities. Their philosophy is simple: Everybody’s Gotta Dance!
Gotta Dance offers sibling & multiple class discounts.
Walk-in and 10-class series cards available for Zumba dance fitness and Mom & Tot.
To view our schedule, and stay up to date on everything Gotta Dance has to offer, please visit our website: http://www.igottadance.com
THE GOTTA DANCE DIFFERENCE:
Classes offered for ages 2 & up, levels beginner through professional, competitive & non-competitive
Experienced dance instructors
Limited class size
Sprung hardwood floors for superior bounce
Large viewing windows
Age-appropriate music, costumes, & teaching techniques
A positive, friendly atmosphere for students & parents
Creative, streamlined recitals
Convenient location with restaurants & shopping right outside our door
Gotta Dancers perform in community events including the Michigan State Fair and the Franklin Village Labor Day Parade in addition to periodic performances in the Orchard Mall Center Court.
GOTTA DANCE EXTRAS:
Jazz, Tap, Ballet and HipHop Classes.
Breakdancing: Straight out of the ’80s, this dance style provides upper body strength, rhythm and creativity.
Lyrical: Express yourself through movement. Lyrical, theatrical style dance breaks the boundaries of ballet to explore new horizons in freedom of movement.
Mom & Tot: A great introduction to movement and music for 2-3 year olds and their mommies (caregivers).
Boys-Only Classes: HipHop classes designed especially for boys.
Birthday Parties: 1 1/2 hour party custom designed for ages 3 & up. No dance experience necessary. We bring the fun; you bring the cake.
Zumba dance fitness: This Latin-based dance fitness class is sure to make you sweat & smile.
Social dancing: Learn to foxtrot, swing, waltz and rumba in a group or private setting. Great for the brides & grooms and their parents.