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Photo: Anna I. Kuzmina
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During NYC Dance Week participants can take free and discounted dance classes in Queens and other areas of the city.

NYC Dance Week, a 10-day festival of free and discounted dance, fitness and wellness classes from June 19 to June 28, offers instruction in a variety of traditions–from modern dance, bhangra and capoeira to ballet, hip-hop and soca, plus classes in yoga, pilates and zumba.

Studios offering free dance classes in Queens include Dancing Feet in Forest Hills and Vibez Studio and Pilates Bodies NY in Flushing. Dancing Feet is also offering discounted classes.

Click here to see all the free classes and the discounted classes here.

Required registration for NYC Dance Week Passes is open online here.

Sponsor Harkness Center for Dance Injuries is also hosting two informative learning events for Dance Week participants. On Thursday, June 19 at 2:30 p.m., Harkness will offer an Injury Prevention Seminar at the Peridance Capezio Center in Manhattan, and on Monday, June 23 at 4:00 p.m., participants can attend a Health & Wellness Q&A Session at Gibney Dance Center in Manhattan. Attendees may also sign-up for free Injury Prevention Assessments during the festival.

Additionally, participants are also invited to watch performances of new dance works at a special showcase by its sister project, NYC10, at Dixon Place in Manhattan on Wednesday, June 25.

 

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