Learn to dance in a safe, fun environment. We provide beginner dance classes, wedding dance lessons and all levels of ballroom dance for everyone, no matter your age, body type or stage of life. Join us to learn to dance as a single or couple. We will cater to your needs.
Find your passion, ignite your moves,
and let the dance set you free!
Meet Anton and Hanna
Anton and Hanna are accomplished professional ballroom dancers from Ukraine. Their international success is a result of their true passion for ballroom dance. They believe that ballroom dancing is a beautiful art form that, not only provides physical exercise, but also promotes emotional well-being and social connection. They focuse on building strong foundational skills while encouraging students to find their unique dance style and develop confidence on and off the dance floor.
Meet Andiel Brown
Andiel has been dancing since he could walk. He has won numerous dance competitions and battles, including Krump, and Michael Jackson dance-offs. He is trained in, and is certified to teach, Cuban Salsa. Andiel brought his teaching style to the national stage in 2022, when he was selected as a main instructor for the ACDA, which is the largest national intercollegiate dance convention in the country.
Vault Dance Studio,
How we got our name? It’s simple, read on.
Deborah Wright, a pro-am dancer for many years, wanted to bring the joy of ballroom dance to our community. On the corner of Oak and 17th, was a unique mid century modern architecture building that was a home of US Bank since the 1960s.
When the building became available to purchase, Deborah saw the potential this building had to offer the community. Converting an old bank building into a ballroom dance studio is a unique and creative repurposing idea. It is fascinating to see the blend of architectural elements with the graceful movements of dancers. The spacious layout of the bank building provides ample room for dancers to showcase their skills and enjoy the art of ballroom dancing.
While redesigning the building, Deborah decided to keep the iconic 1960’s vault door, and safe deposit boxes. She also thought it was a cool idea to keep the drive up window. We invite you to stop by and take a look at this beautiful facility.