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Since dance-fitness is all the rage right now, we're rounding up the city's best places to perfect your fancy footwork while working up a sweat.

From celebrity-approved spots like JJ Dancer's bangin' bootcamp at 3rd Street Dance in West Hollywood to pole dancing with Rihanna's go-to video girl at Allure Dance and Fitness Studio on Pico to addictive hip-hop classes at the legendary Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio in North Hollywood, get your groove on at these 12 stylish spots.

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3rd Street Dance

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In addition to offering dance classes that range from ballroom to bachata (prices range from $15 for a single class to $855 for 10 private lessons), this studio is also the home of celebrity trainer/ Racked Fit Club alum JJ Dancer's cult-favorite Bangin' Body Bootcamp. Taking place every Sunday from 10:30am to 12pm, the 90-minute workout costs $35 and features all of the Jessica Alba-favored trainer's signature techniques, including cardio, conditioning, cardio fusion, music video dance, and JJ Essentials. [Photo]

Evolve Dance Studio

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Evolve is your sexy dancing headquarters. Offering everything from pole parties ($500 for three hours) to Aerial Tissu classes ($39 for three classes), this studio is a safe place for anyone looking to tap into their sensuality from a dancer's point-of-view. [Photo]

Allure Dance and Fitness Studio

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Last year, we introduced you to Rihanna's favorite pole dancer, Nicole Williams. When the petite powerhouse isn't starring in music videos for RiRi and Bruno Mars, she's teaching tons of pole dancing classes at her studio, from acro pole, to lap dance to even something called "Twerkout". Prices range from $15 for a single class to $500 for three months unlimited. They also offer private bachelorette and birthday parties. [Photo]

EDGE Performing Arts Center

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Serious dancers know all about Edge PAC. It's where pros go to get their hip-hop, jazz, and ballet fixes in an environment filled with like-minded dance fiends. Prices range from $13 for a single class to $305 for 30 classes. [Photo]

By Your Side Dance Studio

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Want to really step up your wedding dancing game? Go to this Culver City gem to learn how to Waltz, Salsa, and Foxtrot with the best of them. Drop in to join a 45-minute single group class for $15, or take a private lesson solo or with a partner for $95. [Photo]

LA DanceFit Studio

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Calling itself "the hippest dance fitness studio in Los Angeles," DanceFit offers Zumba, hip-hop, jazz, salsa, ballet, and even kids dance classes. Single classes are $16, while private lessons are $100/hour. [Photo]

iDanceAcademy

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This DTLA studio prides itself in offering a range of social dancing and choreography with some of the world's top instructors. Their claim to fame is wedding dance choreography, with packages ranging from $125 for a one-hour trial private lesson to $1,500 for a VIP wedding package that includes two songs choreographed, 11 hours of private lessons, a one-hour rehearsal at the venue, and even take-home practice videos. [Photo]

International Dance Academy

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The home to TV shows like So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Best Dance Crew, and Dancing with the Stars, IDA Hollywood is a true dancer's studio, welcoming a range of celebrity clientele that includes Britney Spears, Usher, and Ciara. Hip-hop is big here, with class prices ranging from $13 for a single class to $190 for one month unlimited. [Photo]

Beat Box LA

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Although this boutique-contemporary, full service, multi-media rehearsal and production studio is new to the scene, the 3,000-square-foot space is already receiving tons of buzz. Starting June 6th, Beat Box LA will be home to dance-fitness craze Groov3, hooking up $15 classes every Tuesday night at 8pm. [Photo]

Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio

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Established in 1979 by Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds, this legendary studio has hosted just about every big name in the music biz, from Madonna to Michael Jackson. Go here to brush up on your hip-hop, dancehall funk, burlesque jazz, and more. Single classes are just $11 a pop, and unlimited monthly passes are $230. There are also special discounted prices for SAG/AFTRA members. [Photo]

The Sweat Spot

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Ryan Heffington's stylish Silver Lake studio is where dancers go to perfect their form. Offering everything from yoga for dancers to barre ballet, classes are priced from $14 for a single session to $140/month unlimited for six months. [Photo]

Your Neighborhood Studio

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From cardio to choreography, YNS Culver City hooks up 100 classes per week, including adult and youth classes. Here you can learn everything from Bollywood to breakdancing; classes range from $16 for a single session to $200 for 20 classes. [Photo]

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3rd Street Dance

In addition to offering dance classes that range from ballroom to bachata (prices range from $15 for a single class to $855 for 10 private lessons), this studio is also the home of celebrity trainer/ Racked Fit Club alum JJ Dancer's cult-favorite Bangin' Body Bootcamp. Taking place every Sunday from 10:30am to 12pm, the 90-minute workout costs $35 and features all of the Jessica Alba-favored trainer's signature techniques, including cardio, conditioning, cardio fusion, music video dance, and JJ Essentials. [Photo]

Evolve Dance Studio

Evolve is your sexy dancing headquarters. Offering everything from pole parties ($500 for three hours) to Aerial Tissu classes ($39 for three classes), this studio is a safe place for anyone looking to tap into their sensuality from a dancer's point-of-view. [Photo]

Allure Dance and Fitness Studio

Last year, we introduced you to Rihanna's favorite pole dancer, Nicole Williams. When the petite powerhouse isn't starring in music videos for RiRi and Bruno Mars, she's teaching tons of pole dancing classes at her studio, from acro pole, to lap dance to even something called "Twerkout". Prices range from $15 for a single class to $500 for three months unlimited. They also offer private bachelorette and birthday parties. [Photo]

EDGE Performing Arts Center

Serious dancers know all about Edge PAC. It's where pros go to get their hip-hop, jazz, and ballet fixes in an environment filled with like-minded dance fiends. Prices range from $13 for a single class to $305 for 30 classes. [Photo]

By Your Side Dance Studio

Want to really step up your wedding dancing game? Go to this Culver City gem to learn how to Waltz, Salsa, and Foxtrot with the best of them. Drop in to join a 45-minute single group class for $15, or take a private lesson solo or with a partner for $95. [Photo]

LA DanceFit Studio

Calling itself "the hippest dance fitness studio in Los Angeles," DanceFit offers Zumba, hip-hop, jazz, salsa, ballet, and even kids dance classes. Single classes are $16, while private lessons are $100/hour. [Photo]

iDanceAcademy

This DTLA studio prides itself in offering a range of social dancing and choreography with some of the world's top instructors. Their claim to fame is wedding dance choreography, with packages ranging from $125 for a one-hour trial private lesson to $1,500 for a VIP wedding package that includes two songs choreographed, 11 hours of private lessons, a one-hour rehearsal at the venue, and even take-home practice videos. [Photo]

International Dance Academy

The home to TV shows like So You Think You Can Dance, America’s Best Dance Crew, and Dancing with the Stars, IDA Hollywood is a true dancer's studio, welcoming a range of celebrity clientele that includes Britney Spears, Usher, and Ciara. Hip-hop is big here, with class prices ranging from $13 for a single class to $190 for one month unlimited. [Photo]

Beat Box LA

Although this boutique-contemporary, full service, multi-media rehearsal and production studio is new to the scene, the 3,000-square-foot space is already receiving tons of buzz. Starting June 6th, Beat Box LA will be home to dance-fitness craze Groov3, hooking up $15 classes every Tuesday night at 8pm. [Photo]

Debbie Reynolds Dance Studio

Established in 1979 by Hollywood icon Debbie Reynolds, this legendary studio has hosted just about every big name in the music biz, from Madonna to Michael Jackson. Go here to brush up on your hip-hop, dancehall funk, burlesque jazz, and more. Single classes are just $11 a pop, and unlimited monthly passes are $230. There are also special discounted prices for SAG/AFTRA members. [Photo]

The Sweat Spot

Ryan Heffington's stylish Silver Lake studio is where dancers go to perfect their form. Offering everything from yoga for dancers to barre ballet, classes are priced from $14 for a single session to $140/month unlimited for six months. [Photo]

Your Neighborhood Studio

From cardio to choreography, YNS Culver City hooks up 100 classes per week, including adult and youth classes. Here you can learn everything from Bollywood to breakdancing; classes range from $16 for a single session to $200 for 20 classes. [Photo]