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A Hipline class led by instructor Heather Meyer

Bay Area gyms and studios are bringing back dance classes in a big way--from ?90s-inspired cardio to traditional Arabic choreography. There?s something for everyone, no matter how uncoordinated you may be:

Two Left Feet? No need to feel self-conscious at Crunch?s 2Fly classes. Inspired by ?90s moves (the ?baller drop?) and jams (Poison, anyone?), it?s one big dance party. After a simple warm-up, work up a sweat with an easy-to-follow sequence of moves. (Free with membership; nonmembers pay a fee of $25; first-time guests can download a onetime pass here)

Got Some Rhythm? Hoof it down to San Mateo (or Palo Alto, if you work around there) to take Danceation at Equinox. The dreadlocked British instructor and musician Heath Hunter has brought his unique brand of pop-star backup-dancer routines across the pond, mixing Top 40 hits with choreography that changes every class. (Free with membership; Hunter also teaches at Stanford University and the Bay Club in Silicon Valley)

Ready for Center Stage? The two sisters behind the East Bay-based Hipline drew from their Arabic background to create their Shimmy Pop class. Combining Bollywood moves with belly dancing, it requires more concentration and coordination. ($18 per class; 3270 Lakeshore Ave., Oakland; 3167 College Ave.; Berkeley)

Expanding Your Repertoire? The brand-new World Dance class at Dance Mission Theater combines popular Cuban, Brazilian and Haitian steps with traditional African dance. It is the most technically challenging and moves at a faster pace. ($10 suggested donation; 3316 24th St.)

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