Anita’s Dance Academy

All year round

The biggest selection of adult fitness and dance classes in Upper Hutt.

All ADA adult classes are designed to raise your fitness levels, build your confidence, and revamp your social life in a vibrant social atmosphere. There is no age limit – everyone from 20 to 90+ can dance. Whether you are looking for a new hobby or wanting to take your skills to the next level, Anita’s Dance Academy has a class for you. It’s not just about learning to dance, it’s about feeling healthier and happier while expressing yourself and being part of an incredible community. Join them for Latin, salsa, line dancing, ballroom, Zumba, belly dancing, barre and yoga.



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