The goal was to create an environment where both professional dancers and uncoordinated (but curious) locals could train in an eclectic assortment of styles, while also providing a community nexus (SLC will soon feature a raw food bar, juice bar, and open mic nights). So she snagged the lease on the 90-year-old building, gutted it, brought it into the 2000s, and then pulled together a crew of experienced dance educators. Now students are rushing in to learn breakdancing on Monday nights (also on Saturdays and Sundays), as well as stiletto cardio classes, vertical pole dancing, and tons of other unconventional themes that incorporate everything from Reggeaton to Salsa. Its a great alternative for would-be active types who get bored at gyms; a monthly membership card runs at $50 and gets you open-access to many classes and discounts on select others. You can also pay as you go: tonights intro to breakdancing class costs $8 to $15, and Susana promises that you dont have to know an uprock from a freeze beforehand.