PRICES & INFO 

CLASS PRICES

Single class     $16
- Two class minimum if you pay with a card

- Two month expiration date

5 class package     $75
- Expires 3 months after purchase

- Pay $1 extra if you take Groov3

10 class package     $150
- Expires 6 months after purchase

- Pay $1 extra if you take Groov3  

                                                                                                              

20 class package     $280 

- Expires 6 months after purchase

-Pay $2 extra if you take Groov3

5 class Ass-Pass     $85 
- Expires 3 months after purchase

- Good for 5 ASS PARTY CLASSES 

                                                                                                                             

STUDIO POLICIES

  • First time students to The Sweat Spot should arrive 20 minutes prior to class to fill out a new student registration. 
  • Dance class etiquette suggests being in the waiting room and warming up 15 minutes prior to the start of your class. Students will not be admitted into class more than ten minutes late. 
  • Payment must be made prior to class.
  • We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
  • No food or drink other than water is allowed in the studio. No glass bottles allowed. No gum allowed.
  • You may be filmed or photographed while in our studio. Please inform the teacher at the start of class if you do not wish to be.
  • Video recording and photography are allowed with permission only.
  • Liability Disclaimer: The Sweat Spot LLC and our teachers are not liable for personal injuries. If injuries occur, please notify the front desk immediately.
  • The Sweat Spot and our teachers and staff are not liable for lost, damaged or stolen property.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Can I take one class as a drop-in?

Yes, all of our classes are drop-in classes. However, if you pay with a credit or debit card, there is a two class minimum purchase. You will have two months to use the second class.

What level are the classes? 


All of our classes are open to all levels, but the more difficult classes are labeled Intermediate or Advanced. When in doubt, start with Sweaty Basics and see how you do! The most advanced class on our schedule is Thursday night’s Contemporary Jazz. 

What shoes should I wear?

Most of our classes are barefoot, but you are welcome to wear dance shoes, socks or sneakers if needed. Ballet shoes are encouraged for ballet class, tap shoes are encouraged for tap workshops, and sneakers are recommended for Groov3, Non-Stop Pop and Get Me Bodied. 

What clothes should I wear?

Anything comfortable that allows you to stretch and move! Some of us wear shorts and t-shirts, others wear a leotard and leggings. Neon spandex is optional, drag is never discouraged and crazy 80s aerobics outfits are always a good look.

What if I've never taken a dance class before?

Perfect, our studio is for you. The best classes for new beginners are Sweaty Basics, Gotta Body, Non-Stop Pop and Beginner Ballet.

What is the age range?

Most of our classes are for adults, although young adult dancers (14+) are welcome. We offer two kids classes: Kreative Kids on Wednesdays for ages 4-7 and Kids Hip Hop on Mondays for ages 8-14. 

Do I need to register for classes?

We do not currently offer pre-registration for classes, only for workshops. On your first visit to The Sweat Spot, you will be asked to fill out a short release form and provide an emergency contact. You will need to sign in for each class you attend.  

Are class cards available?


Yes! Instead of paying each time you take a class, you can simplify your life by purchasing a class card. Available for 5, 10 and 20 classes... We also offer an unlimited monthly membership. Neat. 

Where should I park?

The Sweat Spot is street parking only. There is metered parking on Sunset (2 hour) with free parking after 8pm and on Sundays. There is also free parking on nearby streets (Micheltorena, Descansco, and Golden Gate). This is Los Angeles, so please remember to give yourself ample time to park! Remember that dance class etiquette suggests that if you’re on time, you’re late.