Academia de baile Paso a Paso.


The dance school Paso a Paso is located in the heart of Ibiza city. It opened its doors more than a decade ago, making it one of the most consolidated academies on the island. It has magnificent facilities with 5 rooms, two of them of 130m2 and the rest of 100m2 with exclusive linoleum floor for the dance, 2 dressing rooms and 1 recording and production room.

We promote artistic education from the age of 3, with no age limit, providing complete training in a variety of disciplines such as contemporary dance, classical dance, flamenco, commercial dance, lyrical - jazz, hip hop, new style, among others.

Each discipline is taught by specialised teachers in each of the styles to be taught. Some of them come exclusively from the peninsula and, throughout the course, we offer intensive classes and workshops with world-renowned dancers. Many of the teachers, directors and judges of the Fama, a bailar! programme of the #0 Movistar channel have already passed through our facilities on several occasions.

No matter what age you are, what level you are, or if you have danced previously, we have a complete programme that can be adapted to all types of clients. We always find the formula to give you the classes you want.





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