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Here are the best Beyoncé dance classes in NYC

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Jennifer Picht

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Bow down to Pop royalty, because Queen Bey is ruling the world once again! The singer has the world in frenzy over her new, highly-praised album/short film ‘Lemonade’ as well as the release of her fly-as-hell athleisure line. And this sudden gust of Beyoncé-splendor inspires us to emanate her magnificent style and overall flawlessness now more than ever. Okay, we basically want to be her.

Since our Beyoncé look-a-like machine is still in the works, we’ll settle by learning how to dance just like the diva (a.k.a. hustler). Yeah, you read that correctly. There are several dance studios and instructors in New York that teach Bey’s masterful moves to rump-shaking tracks like “Formation” and “Crazy in Love.” And, no, you don’t have to be a professional dancer—or Beyoncé—in order to survive these routines.

Get ready to shake your “Bootylicious” bods at one—if not all—of these killer dance classes in NYC.

Prepare to slay like Bey at DivaDance—the latest studio to hit the NYC dance scene—which is offering a 'Lemonade' class every Tuesday (7:15pm) until June 10. We recommend signing up for the Beyoncé Brunch on May 22, which includes post-workout bottomless mimosas. Bonus: Use the promo code TONYDIVA20 at checkout to receive 20 percent off your first class. 

Broadway Bodies
Sign up for the "Beyoncé Bodies" workout and you’ll feel just like Sasha Fierce. The dance instructor teaches you all the moves to the star's most popular music videos so prepare to sweat! Classes ($20) are available every week, but make sure you sign up in advance—they fill up fast!

Banana Skirt
Just like Broadway Bodies, this super-fun midtown dance studio shows you how to shake it like Queen Bey in music videos like “End of Time” including a special two-hour class for Beyoncé’s “Formation” routine. Gather your Beyhive besties and book a class ($30), which takes place just about every week. Warning: Don’t be afraid to freestyle.

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