Dance lessons in France

Find your perfect private dance tutor in France.
Learn dance with our teachers at home or in their studio.

46 dance teachers in France

0 teachers in my wish list

46 dance teachers in France

MATIAS Born in Buenos Aires in 1985, he is a multidisciplinary artist. Tango dancer, teacher and choreographer, Matias has traced an atypical course at the crossroads of disciplines. Matías has trained in traditional tango venues in Buenos Aires since the age of 17. With a degree in linguistics and literature at the University of Buenos Aires (2012), he nurtured an aesthetic curiosity inspired by tango which led him to question several disciplines such as writing, drawing, video and in particular contemporary dance. Her approach and her experiences have led her to specialize in the integration of tools and languages to solve, create or support various artistic projects. Since 2012 he has participated in contemporary dance projects. In 2011/2012, he provided tango workshops at the Tanztheater Pina Bausch (for the piece Nur Du), and in 2016 he participated in a tango intervention in the framework of the "PINA BAUSCH" exhibition in Bonn, Germany . Since 2012, he has particularly developed choreographic creations with an imaginary inspired by tango. In 2013 he spent a year in Marseille during the year "Marseille, the capital of European culture". From 2015 to 2017 he was an associate artist at Incidence Chorégraphique, composed with dancers from the Opéra national de Paris. Matias has followed the work of several companies, for example Les Choses de Rien, by Boris Gibé. In 2017 Matias began a series of collaborations with the Ballet of the Opéra national du Rhin: he participated in the Atelier (a week of research with others artists) and he designed the scenography of the program “Danser Bach au XXI” (choreography by Chaix, Bouché and Mercy). In April 2019, also with the Ballet de l'Opéra national du Rhin, he directed and choreographed the tango opera “MARIA DE BUENOS AIRES”, by Astor Piazzolla and Horacio Ferrer, as part of the ARSMONDO festival Currently, Matias is associate artist of LA FABRIQUE AUTONOME DES ACTEURS (Lorraine), for the 2019/2020 season. At the same time, and between dance and linguistics, Matias created his own movement notation system in 2013. Matias has published three books around this subject: in 2016 the Spanish version of the system, in 2017 the French version, and in 2018 a study around his analysis of movement for the tango. This approach feeds an important part of his questions in dance and the possibilities of transposing the constituent elements of tango to other areas. The imagination and the combination of tools, such as in language, give a unique profile to his way of facing complex artistic challenges.
Ballet · Argentine tango · Dance
Trusted teacher: Problem: you're the one who stays in his chair ... And if I told you that I've been there too. You have already found yourself in a situation where everyone dances around you but shyness prevents you from being able to feel comfortable and have fun like everyone else? Me, the same: / And even worse. I thought I did not have the right "moves" or know the "trendy" steps. And even when I was learning a step or two, it did not really make me feel good. I tried to take classes where I was taught steps and choreography that I was never really able to use in real life (parties, weddings, parties ...) because you had to have music "Exactly" and of course I did not see myself asking the DJ to pass it so that I could perform for ONE song and return to my chair for the rest of the evening: / And then I met a person who made me understand some things including THE MOST IMPORTANT: the habits and the manners that I do everyday (ex: shrug your shoulders, pull up my pants, scratch me when itches it .. are already very good, and they are NATURAL !! They are ME! Woa, but what does that mean? Well, that means that: You already have movements that you do naturally, then what if I told you that the simple secret was to use the same movements accurately and exactly in rhythm? In general, most dance classes are taught in the same way: choreography, counting and learning to step ... We copy a movement from the outside and we try to appropriate it. But without having mastered the keys of the interior (musicality, imagination, expression) and well it's like when you have someone who wears a super expensive suit, very classy, but that was given to him. The rendering is different and in general the person himself does not feel comfortable wearing this costume. If you ever learned a choreography, did you feel that it was not really you? In the end, were you more comfortable with "dancing" on music? Or only comfortable to "choreograph" ..? I have been there, but what I would like to teach you is: - 1) Initiation to the rhythm: you will learn to feel the rhythm on any music, with as a bonus 5 not simple and tendency that one will see again frequently - 2) Initiation to the listening: you will realize all that you can do on a music and to refine your ears to hear what can of people can hear - 2) Rhythm level 2: this time we will learn the changes of rhythm, and how to move and not to stay planted like a tree in the middle of the room, so that it does not become quickly boring to die - 3) Imagination and expression: now that you hear a little better and have a few pace steps, we forget the steps and leave room for what you feel on a small part of the music - 4) Composition of your choregraphy: I put you to the challenge and together we create a choreography project on a music that you like - 5) Freestyle: we dance as if no one was watching, you apply all that you have learned so far and I make a video for you to see your progress. I can not condense everything that I have learned over 5 years, in any class here and there; but what I can offer you is a base and an extremely solid "skill" which in the long run will allow you to get out all there is in you, because you have something SPECIAL, it does not there is no doubt about that! And I can put you in the right direction so that you can discover it yourself. - You will never listen to and feel music again the way you have done so far. - You will finally be able to hold on any music and CREATE your own "steps". - People will smile at you as you dance and start to gravitate around you. - You will feel comfortable on almost any music. So in the end, what would you choose: learn 50 steps and 20 choreographies, or learn and develop an awakening that allows you to become the creator? I'm waiting for you to discuss how can I help you. See you soon!
Hip hop dance · Dance
Showing results 1 - 25 of 461 - 25 of 46

Our students from France evaluate their Dance teacher.

To ensure the quality of our Dance teachers, we ask our students from France to review them.
Only reviews of students are published and they are guaranteed by Apprentus. Rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 6 reviews.

Special ballroom dance classes, for weddings or other occasions, any level (Paris)
We were complete beginners, and Anthony taught us how to dance a waltz in just four lessons. He was careful to demonstrate options throughout and adapt to the elements we liked. It was fun! He is nice and funny, and I hope that we'll return for another lesson in the future.
Review by ANNA
Salsa, bachata, Latin dances, belly dance (Paris)
I would definitely recommend Carolina as a teacher, she’s clear, encouraging and super fun!
Review by BEATRICE
Dance class with a graduate teacher - English speaking (Bagneux)
She was nice and excellent teacher!
Review by KIM