So here’s the address for the dance studio. Yup, our new dance classes in Toronto are right on Yonge Street! Studio name: BYFIELD DANCE EXPERIENCE, or BDX for short.
How To Get To Your New Dance Classes in Toronto
If you’re taking the subway, get off at BLOOR/YONGE subway stop.
Walk 90 seconds NORTH on Yonge Street, pass the Toronto Reference Library, and you’ll see it beside Shoppers Drug Mart on the right side of the street.
There’s no dance studio sign in the photo, but I will be having signage on the wall soon. Head inside to the lower level, 2200 sq feet of your bright new home.
It’s right at the intersection of Yonge and Davenport. Just north of Yonge and Bloor. Safe and bright location. You’ll find us at the edge of Rosedale and Yorkville, extremely reputable neighbourhoods in our fine city!
You’ll see Canadian Tire across the street, and MTV diagonally across from the dance studio.
Any Parking Near Toronto Dance Classes?
If you’re driving (which I DON’T recommend), there is GREEN P parking on Yonge Street by the Reference Library. I think it’s expensive. And busy (it IS Yonge & Bloor after all).
Apparently, if you buy more than $5 worth of stuff at Canadian Tire, you can park there for free. I don’t drive, and I don’t recommend you keep buying mops and humidifiers just so you can save $5 bucks… so somebody let me know.
If I were you, I’d choose to be stress free and environmentally friendly. Take the transit, it’s way easier.
So there it is Toronto! Now you know how to get to your next dance class.
Yes, I Am Mentally Stable- Don’t Call The Shrink…
I’ll be having a huge opening celebration and a top-secret opening sale (which may not be so top-secret now that I mentioned it) next week, September 2nd.
It’s the biggest, most ridiculously daring sale I’ve ever launched in my teaching career, EVER. I can guarantee that nobody (and I mean NOBODY) has done this before… and probably never will.
HEADS UP: Once you hear about it, you’ll most likely think I’m crazy, need some serious medication and should be admitted to the mental ward on Queen Street. Please, please DON’T call the psycho ward. I promise I’m NOT going nuts!
Anyway, stay tuned to your inbox this week.
If you love dance, and have been DYING for a place where it’s 100% ok if you have little dance training (or none), just wanna dance and have some fun, plus make some kick-#ss friends while you do it, then you won’t want to miss the hook up.
– Shawn B