OnPointe Dance & Fitness Classes

To book a class, contact Tanya or Theo
C: 00 27 61 198 6355 / 0794154176

OnPointe Dance Studio is now based at the Youngblood Art Gallery, 70-72 Bree Street on Saturdays.

At OnPointe Dance & Wellness Centre, there is something to suit everyone!

Our wide variety of classes for adults includes Ballet Bar Bodies, African Dance, and Contemporary (foundation level to intermediate), as well as a selection of fun and energetic classes for toddlers, children, and teens including, Hip Hop, Basic Ballet, Contemporary and Gymnastics.

Pre-Primary Ballet (age 2-5): 9.30am
Primary Ballet (age 5-7): 10.15am
Grade 1 Ballet- 12pm
Contemporary (teens & adults): 11am
Hiphop kids (age 7-16): 12pm
Booking through or what’s app 0611986355

Classes for Teens & Adults

@ Youngblood, 70-72 Bree Street

Saturday @ 11am: Contemporary Dance

Saturday @ 1pm: Hip-hop

@Pinelands 3rd Scout Hall

Wednesday @ 19:00: Contemporary Dance

All our classes are small and relevant to the students attending and are designed to accommodate a range of levels.
Each class will benefit your emotional, physical and mental well-being.

Classes for Children

Saturday @ Youngblood, 70-72 Bree Street

9.30am: Primary Ballet (age 4-6)

10.15am: Grade 1 Ballet (age 6-9)

Monday & Wednesday @ 55 Kloof Street

Monday @ 1.20pm: Baby Ballet

Wednesday @1.20pm: Pre-Primary


Bank Details

Bank Account Details

OnPointe Dance Studio

FNB: Current Account

Acc no: 62456140559

Branch: Mowbray

Class Prices

Teens & Adults: R150 / 1 class or R400 / 4 classes- valid for 1 month.

Children: R900 per term

Link to register
 Our full timetable, cost-effective packages, convenient location and parking, and the best dance classes in town, mean that now is the perfect time to give your dance and fitness routine a kick-start.



22 Responses to Classes

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  2. Roselyn says:

    I would love to learn how to dance but i don’t know which class i shld register for as i have never done anything like this. please help.

  3. Monica says:

    I have just finished matric and am wanting to take a year off to dance. I have done modern dancing exams for 8 years and RAD ballet for the past 3 years. My aim for this year is to grow and improve in the faculty of contemporary dance. However, I am not living in the Cape, but there is a possibility that I may come visit for a short period of time (perhaps a month or 2 max). So, I would like to plan my visit when I can get the most dancing done. May you help me in any way? Thanks.

  4. Shireen Mentor says:

    I did a bit of contemporary dancing for 3 years, as well as hip hop. This was about three years ago. I’ve got rhythm, but i’ve always had a problem with technique and subsequently flexibility, which has given me problems in contemporary dance, even though i was a strong dancer. I’d like to know which class would be best suited for me since i have not been dancing for a while?

    • Hi Shireen
      That’s absolutely fine! If you’d like to pick up contemporary again, the Monday and Wednesday would be suitable for you. I think that the Tuesday and Thursday classes would be ideal for you as they have been specifically designed to help train and condition the body for dance focusing on elements like flexibility, balance, coordination, strength and stability.
      Hope to see you in the studio soon!

  5. Angelique De Waal says:

    Hi, when do your classes start and more or less how much is a class?? I never had dance classes before so I am not sure which one I should register for. I would love to know more about the classes for example how many days a week are there classes so if you only register for one class then its only once a week or how does it work?????

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  8. Amy says:

    I recently moved to Cape Town and am looking for a fun, dynamic dance class that isn’t aimed at professional dancers or overly focused on technique. I’ve taken West African dance classes in the past and I loved the energy and the movement, but I’m having a hard time finding something similar in Cape Town…. any suggestions? Can you tell me more about the Afro-fusion classes offered in your studio? Thank you!

    • Hi Amy
      Sounds like you’ve come to the right place! Our open classes are all aimed at people who want to dance and move, no matter your age or level… I’d recommend you come and try our Wednesday classes – Contemporary/Afro-fusion. Zandi’s energy is absolutely infectious and we all just have a great time!

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  11. Napusu Rapitse says:

    I’m a student at the University of Botswana, in Botswana, and I wanted to know if it would be possible for me to join the Contemporary and Afro-Fusion classes during my winter break which would be from May till the end of July? I have never done anything like this before but i would really love to learn.

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