Open a Dance Studio
Your Own Dance Studio Business
owning a fun and financially rewarding business teaching
people how to dance. You can when you open a dance studio.
people have always loved to dance, an increasing number are enrolling
in dance classes thanks to the popularity of television shows
such as So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing With the Stars.
You can benefit from this by opening your own dance studio. When you open a dance studio
(also known as a dance academy, dance center, or dance
school), you have the luxury and freedom of creating
the type of dance business you want.
You can offer just a few classes that
you teach yourself or offer a variety of classes with a large staff
of dance instructors.
You can open a dance studio
that provides formal training for the serious dance student or one
that provides less formal instruction for recreational dancers.
You can open a dance studio
offering dance classes to all types of customers, or you can open
a dance studio that caters to a select type of client, such as preschool
children or future brides and grooms preparing for their wedding dances.
Your dance studio could offer open or
drop-in dance classes, where anyone is free to join a class without
prior registration, or scheduled classes, where students sign up
in advance and meet for a certain number of dance classes over a period
You can also choose from among
numerous dance styles when you open a dance studio — from classical ballet to modern jazz
dance, from ballroom dance to hip hop, from fitness
dance to fusion, and many more. For example, if you want to offer
ethnic dance classes your choices could include: belly dance, Bollywood
dance, Latin dance, Irish dance, and more.
If you offer formal training,
you might make your dance studio a comfortable and nurturing environment
for young dancers to learn the beginning steps, or a challenging and competitive
environment for dancers aspiring for careers in dance.
As a dance studio owner and
a business professional in a leadership role, you can earn
the respect of clients and be an important part of the arts community.
Your dance studio can be a social hub where you develop long-term friendships
with employees and clients.
If opening a dance studio
sounds like the career of your dreams, the FabJob Guide to Become a
Dance Studio Owner is for you! In this e-book you will discover how
you can get started and succeed in the dance studio business.
The how to open a dance
studio guide offers insider tips and expert career advice from successful
dance studio owners and other dance professionals. The dance studio owners
and industry experts who share advice in this guide include:
The guide covers topics of vital
importance to anyone who wants to open a dance studio in the United
States or Canada, plus helpful advice for opening a dance studio in any country. It includes:
Eliza Minden, author
of The Ballet Companion, inventor of the Gaynor Minden pointe shoe, and
founder of Gaynor Minden, New York
Raisa Bersten, owner,
The Magic Ballroom, Hopkins, Minnesota
Margot T. McCray Gough,
owner, MTM Dance Factory, Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey
to Start a Dance Studio
Your Dance Studio Business
to create a business plan for your dance studio (includes a sample
dance studio business plan)
what kind of dance studio to open
overview of options for your dance studio business:
an established dance studio (including how to find dance studios
a dance studio franchise
a new dance studio
a name for your dance studio
to get start-up financing for your dance studio (includes sample
on the best legal structure for your dance studio business (incorporation,
partnership, and others)
about important business matters that can affect your dance studio
including insurance and licenses
much space (square footage) you need to open your dance studio
to consider when choosing a location for your dance studio, including
information about permits and leases
and supplies you need to open a dance studio and where to
and exterior design of your dance studio
you will find even more resources and advice, including:
to develop effective systems for running your dance studio on a
your dance studio's hours of operation
to set up dance classes (includes sample class schedules and calendars)
to set studio policies with advice on policies for:
to find great dance studio staff
your staff (including typical salaries and commissions)
and selling dance
products and how to find suppliers for
promotional materials and a website to market your dance studio
to attract dance center customers through advertising and
to increase sales and get referrals for your dance studio
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Guide to Become a Dance Studio Owner
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and checklists, including:
plan for a dance studio
plan for a dance studio
budgets for a dance studio
student registration form
job description for a dance studio employee
dance studio calendar
daily sales report
to evaluate competing dance studios
to evaluate potential locations
for dance studio operations
of dance studio equipment and supplies
to organize your dance studio's grand opening
overview of opportunities for future growth for your dance studio
business including opening additional locations and franchising
more! (including free updates)
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FabJob Guide to Become a Dance Studio Owner takes you step-by-step through
what you need to know to open and operate your own dance studio. The guide offers insider advice
from experts currently working in the dance industry to help you achieve
your own success as a dance studio owner."
"To be able to dance and
teach is indeed a blessing. If you can make a living out of it, you are
— Renuka Srinivasan,
Owner of Tala Shruti School of Dance, Fords, New Jersey
"Starting, owning and growing a dance studio is a very personal and at
times complex business. This FabJob guide is a helpful tool for organizing the many details required in starting a dance studio."
Founder of DanceStudioOwner.com
Renuka and Suzanne are two of the experts
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