Our philosophy is simple.

Dance to share, dance to rejoice, dance to heal, dance to thrive. We are here to empower dancer of all ages , shapes, sizes and levels to do just that.


The founders

Lisa and Mandy met in 2006 while working on a project together. They instantly connected as friends.

The trainers

Our trainers empower members of all shapes and sizes to become healthier, happier, and more confident.


The community

We truly encourage all dancers to support each other on their dance journey as dance can easily be a life journey

“Every time I dance, I turn into a better version of me”.
— Mikhail Baryshnikov

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Susan Hahn

I’ve been dancing all my life ( I am about to be 70), but I’ve learned more about control, balance, and protecting my body while I dance in the years I’ve been dancing with Lisa and Mandy. In addition their pure joy and positive attitude is infectious.
Thank you ladies.

Laurie Nelson

“I’ve been dancing at Groovitude for 2 years and it’s what I always hoped for in a dance studio! Lots of classes for adults, great teachers full of pzazz, warmth and creativity, along with choreography that’s fresh and hip. I love that the warm ups are varied each week, keeping it interesting and fun, alongside the consistency of an ongoing routine learned over 3-4 weeks. I can’t say enough about the fabulous community as well as the studio! Come dance your heart out!”

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I attend classes if I’m a beginner?

Yes!! Some classes are paced more for a beginner… All levels are welcome in every class. You have to give the craft of dance at least two years before you start to feel comfortable. Just like playing an instrument it takes time and lots of practice. Your body is your instrument. Give it patience, time and lots of love.

Is there a registration fee? Is there a session?

No registration and No sessions. All of our classes are a drop on basis. Come when you want. Although the only way to get better is to come often.

What should I wear?

Workout wear is fine. It’s fun to dress funky for hip hop though!! Dance shoes are helpful but not required. Please do not wear outside shoes on our dance floor For lyrical/contemporary class: bare feet, socks or jazz/ballet shoes are great. For tap class: tap shoes For hip hop class: shoes worn only inside sneakers or jazz sneakers

Do you add on to choreography every week?

Some classes progress each week. That being said, in almost all of our classes we teach only 8-10 phrases per class and we repeat it a lot. Email or call us to talk about choreography rotation.


 Call Lisa at 415-971-1456 or Mandy at 650-279-4997

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