San Francisco, cue the music, and get to dancing.
Learning to dance can sound like a form of torture for some, and a dream come true for others.
The great thing? Arthur Murray.
He built a dance program that made it easier for regular people, like him, to learn how to dance—sort of a Steve Jobs for dancing. With his system, Arthur Murray Dance Studios is now located on 6 continents, in nearly 40 countries, and in every major cities around the globe—which now includes San Francisco.
Recently opened at 321 Divisadero Street in the NoPa, the teachers can get you started dancing the Tango, Swing, and Salsa. You will be dancing within the first 5 minutes of your free consultation. And we promise: no torture.
San Francisco, the music is playing and now you've got a dance partner.
Arthur Murray Dance Studio
321 Divisadero Street
The road to a thousand dance floors begins with a single step.
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