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    Dance Instruction in Mobile

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    Business Listing   Carol Graham Dance Center - Mobile, AL - Phone: (251) 473-1489

    Business Listing   Dance Depot - Mobile, AL - Phone: (251) 635-0056

    Business Listing   Nasser Gymnastics Academy - Mobile, AL - Phone: (251) 479-9311

    Business Listing   Starmaker's Dance Studio - Mobile, AL - Phone: (251) 649-2767

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    Helpful Definition for: Dance Instruction

    Dance instruction classes in Mobile provide fun, high-quality dance training to kids and adults of all ages. Their philosophy is to create a safe and nurturing environment where students can have the opportunity to develop confidence, learn discipline, and explore self-expression. They provide dance lessons in jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, lyrical, hip-hop, break dance, musical theater and contemporary. They are known for excellent instruction in every style of dance, friendly staff, and warm atmosphere. Their facilities attract adults, children, amateur dancers and professional dancers. Their European style ballroom is a real reflection of the style, professionalism and class of the teaching instructors.

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