We’re dancer-turned-instructors moving your body in new ways and working muscles you didn’t know existed. Our workout combines dance-inspired cardio and toning set to motivating music — we don't do boring. Every move is delivered with tough love because we know what you’re capable of.
It’s unexpected and really damn good.
YES! (…we love newbies!) Our classes are designed for you to experience a dance-inspired workout with no prior dance experience. Most of our clients are self-proclaimed non-dancers, proving you don’t have to be a dancer to look like one.
On a fitness level, these classes are very similar. Both include high and low impact dance cardio (40 minutes) followed by sculpting (15 minutes).
We suggest a supportive, well-fitting sneaker for all classes. Our workout is highly athletic and most classes do include jumping.
You must cancel your class 12 hours before class time to avoid losing your class credit.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You may have disabled our confirmation emails during account set up. We’re more than happy to double check for you!
No, our Sculpt + Cardio Combo can only be used with classes that occur on the same day.
Yes, each of our class packages expires after 30, 60, or 90 days. Please check the receipt you received when purchasing the package for further details.
Unfortunately we can only extend class packages in the case of a medical emergency. If you are advised by a doctor not to exercise, please email email@example.com with a doctor’s note to freeze your class package.
YES! We believe that you don’t have to be a dancer to look like one. We have several class types available on DanceBody at Home, including Follow Along cardio, Sculpt, and Breakdown videos that teach you the dances step-by-step; a great place to start for beginners.
The DanceBody at Home platform features a huge library of content, with new videos added each month.
By using our unique search engine, you’ll be able to quickly ﬁnd workouts that are 10 minutes, 30 minutes, 60 minutes, and 90 minutes.
Choose what works for you and your schedule.
Generally, we recommend trying to hit a 60-minute class, three-to-ﬁve times a week.
This could be one sculpt and two cardio focused classes, or two sculpt and three cardio focused classes — any combination you like. The most important aspect of this workout is consistency.
We recommended wearing supportive sneakers for both the cardio and sculpt classes.
You will want a shoe that is snug around your foot for all the lateral movement in dance cardio and that also has enough shock absorption for the high impact. If you start to have any aches and pains in your feet, ankles, or knees — it could be that you are ready for a new pair of sneaks!
We recommend rotating between a couple pairs and totally replacing them every 3-6 months, depending on how frequently you are wearing them. Trust us, great shoes are essential to enjoying this workout!
We’re about real sweat, not artiﬁcial sweat. This being the case, we do not recommend cranking the heat way up in your room before working out. We do recommend that your room is a comfortable temperature (70-75 degrees).
Real sweat comes from the inside out, not the outside in. When you contract your muscles this will produce sweat. Sweating simply because a room is overly warm, you may as well work out in a steam room! This “artiﬁcial” sweat makes you feel like you’re working hard, but intense heat causes your muscles to work less. We want you to know that you are reshaping your body, not simply losing water weight.
We recommend checking with your doctor before starting any new workout while pregnant. The general rule is that if you have been regularly working out 3 months before becoming pregnant, typically you will be able to continue on with your usual routine.
Above all, advice from your doctor or healthcare professional should be considered to supersede anything on our site. If you have further questions, contact your obstetrician–gynecologist or other healthcare professional.
Our content isn’t downloadable or available to use offline.
A monthly subscription has a recurring charge of $34.99. You can cancel at any time before your renewal date.
To cancel your subscription, log into your DanceBody at Home account and select “My Account.” Click “End Subscription”.
In the event that you do not cancel prior to the end of your current billing cycle, you will be charged $34.99 per month on your renewal date until you cancel.
Log into your DanceBody at Home account and select “My Account.” You can click Edit Billing to cancel your subscription.
Go to our Workout Online page and select “Forgot Your Password?” Enter the email address you used to sign up for your account and a password reset link will be sent to your email.
Log into your DanceBody at Home account and select “My Account.” You can click “Edit” under your account information and change your name, email, and more.
You can connect to DanceBody at Home inside any web browser on most Wi-Fi connected devices.
DanceBody at Home is accessed through a web browser, not an app, so yes.
First, get logged into your account from your internet browser on your computer or mobile device. Use AirPlay instructions to watch on your AppleTV from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, or use these instructions to watch from your Mac laptop.
As DanceBody at Home is accessed through a web browser, you can’t watch on Roku.
Our streaming platform will auto-regulate for the best quality based on your connection speed.
You can try a few things to ﬁx this:
Go to Adobe and verify that your Flash is up to date.
Click the gear icon in the video player, then click on Quality, then try changing the resolution. You can also try logging out, clearing your cache, restarting your browser, then logging back in.