About Studio 505:
Studio 505 offers quality dance and fitness instruction in a supportive, inclusive environment. We specialize in dance-based conditioning (Dancer Body Workout) for all levels, and beginner friendly classes in ballet, hip hop, KPOP, stretch+restore, yoga, full body conditioning, and self defense. No matter which class you choose, you'll leave feeling strong, grounded, and ready to take on the day. Studio 505 also offers classes, summer camps, and after school programs for kids and teens.
Studio 505's instructors care about your growth. Small class sizes and experienced teachers ensure that each client's needs are met. At Studio 505 you will find a valuable class experience whether you're just starting your fitness journey or have been training for decades.
What To Wear:
Please come prepared to sweat! Below are attire guidelines listed by class:
Dancer Body Workout: Dance/Yoga/Fitness attire. Bare feet or socks. Mat optional.
Ballet: Leggings, tights, or dance pants, form fitting dance/yoga/fitness clothes. ballet shoes if you have them, or socks.
KPOP, Eskrima, Full Body Conditioning, & Combat Fitness: Clothing that allows for movement. Sneakers or running shoes.
Yoga: Yoga/fitness attire. Bare feet. Mats are available at the studio to borrow, though they are first come first serve, so please bring your own if you have one.
Where we're located:
Studio 505 is located at 4075 19th Ave between Chester and Monticello in the OMI (Oceanview, Merced, Ingleside) neighborhood of SF. The studio is close to SF State, Lake Merced, Stonestown Galleria and SF City College. The MUNI M line stops a block from the studio and the Daly City BART station is less than a mile away (a 15 minute walk). The studio is easily accessible from the 280 freeway.
STUDIO 505 POLICIES
We respect your privacy and will not share your information with anyone!
Payment of Fees
Tuition is paid per month with a membership, through one of our class packages, or on a drop-in basis. We recommend enrolling in one of our studio memberships as these are the most flexible and affordable. Tuition is either processed through our online payment portal (Mindbody) or can be paid directly by cash or check. Members can use their membership to attend any class on the schedule that fits their age/level, however, unused classes from the current month do not roll over to the following month. Class packages expire one year from the date purchased. Payments must be kept current in order to continue participation. There is a $20 fee for returned checks.
Important updates are usually communicated through email, our newsletter, and through our website. We are also easily reached by phone. The studio's email is: email@example.com Our phone number is: 415-729-5403
Class Attire and Expectations:
Please dress in appropriate clothes for the class you are taking. Dance, yoga, and/or fitness clothing is all acceptable. You may also want to bring a water bottle. Water is also available at the studio.
Yoga & Dancer Body Workout Classes: Yoga Mats are available at the studio, and are first come first served. It is best to bring your own mat if you have one. Yoga blocks, Therabands, straps and hand weights are available for use as needed.
Respectful dance studio etiquette is expected and upheld at all times. Studio 505 reserves the right to dismiss any student, client, or parent whose attitude, attendance, or conduct is found to be disruptive or unsatisfactory.
Lost and Found
Items left at the studio are kept for a limited time in the lost and found. All unclaimed items are donated to local charities.
Parents, legal guardians of minors, students, and adult clients waive the right to any legal action for any injury sustained while taking a Studio 505 class resulting from normal dance or athletic activity, or any other activity conducted by the students before, during, or after class time.
JuNIor Program (under 16 years)
Watch-Weeks & Bring-A-Friend Weeks
Junior & Teen Program: Parents and guests are invited to observe classes at the studio during Watch Week. This is a great opportunity to see what goes on in class and see how students are progressing. We have one Watch Week at the end of each semester—Fall, Spring, and Summer. Bring-A-Friend weeks are an opportunity to introduce a friend or family member to Studio 505's classes. During Bring-A-Friend week first time guests participate for free. We ask that all guests wear proper attire for dance class. We have one Bring-A-Friend week during each semester.
Students are expected to attend and be on time for all registered classes. If a class is missed, a student can make up the class by attending a different class for free during the month. The make-up class must happen within 1 month of the class missed. Students should ask their instructors for the appropriate make-up class. There are no refunds or pro-rating of tuition for missed classes. Attendance is required the week before any performance in order to participate in the performance. In cases of ongoing attendance issues, conflicts, behavior problems, etc., Studio 505 reserves the right to dismiss any student and/or parent from the studio whose attitude, attendance, or conduct is found disruptive or unacceptable—any fees paid up to this point remain non-refundable.
Classroom Attire, Rules, and Behavior
Dance students must wear proper dance attire and shoes in order to take class. Dance students should arrive on time for class with attire that fits the style of class they are attending. Hip hop classes require sneakers and clothes that allow for full range of movement. No jeans please! Jazz classes require jazz, lyrical, or ballet shoes, and form-fitting dance clothes-- dance pants/yoga pants or spandex shorts, a form fitting leotard or tank top, and hair tied back. Don't forget a water bottle!
Student Drop-Off and Pick-Up
Please be prompt in dropping off and picking up your child. Do not drop off students more than 15 minutes prior to a class and make sure to pick them up promptly. Studio 505 is not responsible for providing before or after class supervision.
Class Placement and Size
Students are placed in classes based on ability, and not necessarily by age. A student may be asked to move to a class better suited for their level and ability. A reasonable class size will always be maintained. Classes require a minimum enrollment of 5 students. If a class does not meet the minimum enrollment it will be placed on hold until the next session.
Classes may include video analysis/observation, discussion groups, and other learning activities related to dance and movement arts. All class activities assist in the educational and artistic process. Some classes may also include lessons in improvisation, dance notation, and choreography workshops.