Upcoming Special Events in Portland, ME

Dance, Fitness, Yoga, Figure Drawing and More

108 High Street, Portland ME - Corner of High & Spring - Above the Little Tap House


  • We are OPEN for classes, rehearsals, private lessons, online classes, photo shoots, private parties, and more.
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination (and boosters within 6 months of eligibility) are required for all publicly advertised classes/events, for the safety of our entire community.
  • Masks are encouraged but optional. NOTE: Some teachers may require masks. Check with each teacher for current requirements.
  • We have internet! Fast internet! And we have an easy set-up so YOU can teach quality online classes.
  • Join us! Email us to learn more about booking studio time or join a class!

Oula X with Cholla Foote
Date: Friday, January 27, 2023
Time: 7:00-8:00 PM
Rate: $20/in-person dance class/dance party
Registration: Sign up online here

A Special Benefit Workshop for Bright Star

Oula X has all your favorite songs that get your hips rolling, your hands slapping and your booties poppin'. Come join us for our FIRST monthly Oula X class of 2023. No experience necessary. Each quarter will have a themed playlist. Space is LIMITED so please buy your tickets ASAP. Join our waitlist if it's sold out (and save the date for February 24)!

This quarter's Oula X classes will benefit Bright Star World Dance.

Click here to sign up today!

Tarab Andalusi: Online Moroccan Dance Workshop with Soumaya MaRose
Date: Saturday, January 28, 2023
Time: 11:00 AM-1:00 PM EST
Rate: $50/2-hour online workshop - Save $10 till January 20!
Registration: Sign up online here
Contact: Email us with any questions.

A Special Benefit Workshop for Bright Star

Join us for an online workshop with the one and only Soumaya MaRose!

In this special workshop, we'll explore styles that are unique to Moroccan-Arab fusion that have developed over 1000 years, including samai and more. Soumaya will share dance technique and movements, how they are inextricably connected with the music, and the and cultural context of this vibrant historical style from her perspective as a Moroccan, Amazigh and Arabic woman. A traditional performer from a young age, she is equally a dancer and a musician.

Limited spots are available to join Rosa in the studio (masks + vax required) to dance along with the online workshop together.

Click here to sign up today!

Stay tuned for more upcoming events!