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New Class Schedule!
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First Class | $5
Single Class | $15
Double Dip Friday's | $20
5 Class Pass | $65
30-Day Unlimited Class Pass | $100
*Please note that workshops are separate from class passes and
Dance Church operates separately from Steps PDX. Class pass or any package purchase through Steps PDX is not valid for DC. For your convenience, Dance Church offers it's own 10 class pass as well as 3 and 6 month unlimited cards. We thank you for your cooperation!
Sign-up for class online, in person or through the app by clicking below
(We accept cash, card, or check)
What to Wear
Wear anything you can move comfortably in and most importantly feel good!
Ballet/ Contemporary/ Jazz
Leotard and Tights
Leggings/ Shorts, T-shirt/ Tank top
Ballet Slippers/ Socks
Please bring clean shoes with non-marking soles and absolutely no heels are permitted on the marley floor. No body lotion or oils are to be worn as they can create slick spots on the floor (via sweat and/or direct body contact)
Building/ Studio Conduct
We suggest arriving at least 15 minutes prior to class in order to give yourself enough time to get checked-in and change if needed. You will not be permitted to enter class if you arrive later than 15 minutes after class has started. Be mindful of classes taking place prior and directly after your class to help us run on time. Only water is allowed in the studio. Absolutely no other drinks (sports drinks, coffee, etc.) or food are allowed. Gum is prohibited. Please turn off or silence all electronic devices upon entering the building. All personal items should be taken into the studio and neatly stored in the cubbies, or along the front and side walls. Steps PDX is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please no leaning or touching the mirrors at any time. Observing class is only available for friends or family when invited or given permission by instructor, as it can be a distraction to the class. If guidelines can not be respected, all teachers have the right, to politely ask students to remove themselves from class.