4Ever Dance Studio

4Ever Dance Studio

15 employees

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4Ever Dance Studio’s mission is to:

  • Help our students reach their goals and enjoy themselves
  • Provide a comfortable environment for beginners to learn at their own pace and have a fun and relaxed experience
  • Provide an opportunity for people to spend time together in a non-threatening setting and engage in an activity where everyone is at more or less the same skill level
  • Create a sense of community amongst the students and instructors
  • Offer a variety of popular dance classes to a wide age range (kids, teens adults and seniors) of students and support them in progressing from Beginner to Intermediate to Advanced skill levels


Dancing provides a multitude of physical, emotional and mental health benefits:

  • Dancing is an ideal form of exercise
  • Dancing strengthens your cardiovascular system
  • Dancing contributes to good posture & body alignment
  • Dancing improves balance
  • Dancing encourages stretching
  • Dancing increases flexibility & stamina
  • Dancing increases your brain power
  • Dancing develops social skills & self-confidence
  • Dancing enhances romantic expression for couples

Dance offers men & women the opportunity to make new friends and provides a natural ice breaker for getting to know people. Men will gain confidence when they recognize which dance is being played and have the ability to walk across the dance floor and ask a lady to dance. Women enjoy being asked to dance knowing that they have mastered the grace, poise and styling of the dance.

The romantic properties of dance are a secret that all dancers enjoy. Couples can add the romantic style that comes with holding, touching, and moving to the music.

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Dublin, CA 94568
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

Our teachers has different style of teaching, but most of all we treat our students part of our family, no one is left behind.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

We have several teachers with different kind dance background, Ballroom, Hip Hop, Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary, Break Dance and more.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Our typical tuition fees are as follows, not including annual registration fee (August to June)

$60 a month for 1 hour week class

$100 a month for 2 hour week classes

$150 a month for 3 hour week classes

How did you get started teaching?

Our studio open in October 2009 - that's when most of our teachers started teaching here.

What types of students have you worked with?

We cater to kids ages 3 1/2 years old to matured adult as old as 90 years old.

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Once a year our studio rent out Performing Art Theater for our (Recital) students to do performance in front of there parents, grandparents, relatives, friends and there peers.

What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

How We Teach

Instruction takes place in a variety of formats:


  • Come by yourself or bring a partner
  • Some group classes are offered on a drop-in-basis while other group lessons are offered as a series 


  • One-on-one instruction for single or couple
  • Instructors focus primarily on technique, style, musicality, and repetition to help you meet your dance goals
  • Prepare for a special event such as a wedding, debutante ball or Quinceanera party 


  • Get a group of friends together for your own private class 


  • Students get a chance to practice their skills with each other and their invited guests at informal, fun social gatherings in our studio 


  • Individuals and groups are given the option to perform choreography in front of an audience with their instructor or regular partner 


  • Students and their instructors compete against other dance couples at a specific dance level and/or age category. Competitions are held locally and regionally

What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Individaul students progress in different level. Student has to figure out her/his strength, if not sure, ask the instuctor/teacher to give her/him feedback