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Welcome 2020!

Posted on December 29, 2019 12:12 AM 

One more year gone and another one approaching....Excited about what new possibilities will 2020 bring! We added Hiphop in 2019 and New Year will have another new class of Contemporary dance. danceShala is constantly growing and evolving every year.


dance is an expression of the inner soul. We are happy to be spreading the extreme joy in the lives of our students. Here is a reflection of that in the pictures from our last Recital...

Goodbye 2018!

Posted on December 31, 2018 6:35 PM


The last day of 2018 is the time for reflection. What were the accomplishments in the whole year for danceShala? Our students performed in Carassauga and Toronto International Youth Dance Festival, our teachers performed at Mississauga City Hall for Mayors from across Canada, we conducted numerous Bollywood Dance workshops in Peel schools and our Annual Recital "Rhythm of Roots 2018" became a hit. We surpassed our own expectations! For the first time, we used a background screen during performances.


DANCE is not just a rhythmical movement of body, it is a source of pure joy. Our objective for 2019 is to spread this message to as many people as we can reach. We will add more classes, more teachers, more genres, and more students.

danceShala - Carabram Performance - July 12, 2014

Posted on August 24, 2014 1:25 AM


#danceShala performed at Carabram. There were 7 performances by the students and teachers including Classical, Bollywood and Cotemporary dance styles.

danceShala - Rhythm of Roots - Dec 15, 2013

Posted on February 7, 2014 2:29 PM


#danceShala had its first annual recital "Rhythm of Roots" at RBC Theatre, Living Arts Centre, Mississauga. There were 19 performances by 60 performers including kids, adults, and teachers. From Classical singing to Bollywood dances, it was a sparkling showcase of the rich heritage of Indian Music and Dance.