• Dance Elite run a mixture of dance workshops, dance weekends and group fitness classes throughout the year.

  • Our Ballroom Dance Weekend has been growing from strength to strength over the last five years. Join us on the October Bank Holiday Weekend for our number one event of the year.

  • Dance Elite Social Club is Ireland’s leading Ballroom, Latin and Sequence social dance. Join us in Corpus Christi Church Hall, Home Farm Road, Drumcondra for a mix of dancing, fun and brilliant music by MrStayOnTheFloor

  • All dancers of all levels are welcome and no partner is needed

  • At Dance Elite, we are committed to developing every dancer’s technique in a fun and encouraging environment

  • Dance Elite has been at the centre of developing ballroom and latin dancing in Dublin since 2009. Classes for both children and adults are available and private lessons take place throughout the daytime.

  • At Dance Elite, we know how important your first dance as a married couple is.

  • We are committed to making your first dance the most fun, comfortable and memorable dance it can be

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Learning to dance has many benefits for children. It improves a child’s coordination and flexibility while developing their confidence and self esteem.

With Dance Elite, your child would learn to a mixture of Ballroom and Latin dances in a fun, friendly and encouraging environment. There is also the option of taking part in competitions and shows.


Children’s Dance Programme

Join us every Saturday morning from 10:45- 11:45am in St. Dominic’s Secondary School, Convent Lawns, Ballyfermot. Children from 4 years of age are welcome to enrol in our children’s classes.

For more information, please contact us here.


Transition Year Dance Programme

Dance Elite offer a variety of Transition Year Ballroom and Latin Dance Programmes. Our most popular dance programme runs over six weeks. The students learn how to dance two Latin dances and then have the opportunity to take part and compete at The Republic of Ireland Championships.


For more information, please contact us here.


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The best way to start is with beginner group classes. These are especially designed for people who are new to ballroom dances. You'll cover the most popular dances, including the Waltz, Tango, Quickstep, Cha Cha, and Jive. You'll start right at the beginning, with the most basic steps. Before long, you'll feel comfortable enough to move on to more sophisticated steps.


After you get a little more familiar with the basics, most people want to move on to experience a little more. We offer technique classes that give you more information, so you can make those steps look even better and more polished.


For those who want to accelerate their training, learn specific dances in detail, or who wish to develop their dancing skills through competition, we recommend private lessons.