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Danze at Buckhead at Phipps Plaza

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It's the party of the workout world, so many ways to get your move on.

Three danze class participants in various positions at Life Time
experience Level
All Levels
Class Length
45 - 60 minutes
What to Bring
Water bottle
Danze class participants in various positions at Life Time

Not Your Ordinary Dance Class

Think fun. Think Flashdance. Think pulse-raising, calorie-burning, shake-it-all-off dance jam.

Danze class participants in various positions at Life Time

No moves? No worries.

Just show up, watch the instructor, and listen for the beat. You'll catch on, even with two left feet.

Danze class participants with arms raised at Life Time

Your Happy Place

The key to success in exercise? Find something that feels good and dance your way to dopamine.

Danze class instructor Sheila at Life Time


“New people come in, struggle a bit in the first class, but something magical happens as they start to catch on. Next thing you know, they’re adding their own freestyle flair.”

feel the freedom

a member’s perspective

"The first time I came to class, I bumped into about 15 different people, but not one person got mad at me. It was from that moment that I knew I was going to keep trying."
"I might have two left feet, but that’s never stopped me from trying to dance. Since my first class, I've picked up a few of the steps and started to let go a little more.”
“My favorite song comes on. It's like my body just knows what to do. My inhibition and guard go down. My arms are pumping, hips are grooving and feet are somehow flying over the floor.”
"Before I know it, 60 minutes have passed, I have no idea what just happened, but I do know that I'll be right back here on Wednesday."

Good to know

The key to consistency

Dancing with friends offers all the motivation, conversation and inspiration you need to keep turning up to class.


Ever noticed how your emotions can get stuck in your body, making you tense up? Well, dance serves as a cathartic release, getting rid of tension, shaking off stress and untangling knots.

What does Motivation mean?

The term originates from the Latin word “movere” which means to move and is the result of action, not the catalyst. So, let’s get moving! 


Our members say

“I didn’t grow up dancing. I hesitated hitting the floor at school dances and weddings. Now? I plan my week around my dance classes.”

Robert I.

Buckhead at Phipps Plaza, GA

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