Top 10 dance studio books for new & experienced dance studio owners. How to start a dance studio and get more dance students.

Top 10 Books on How to Start Up a Dance Studio & Get More Dance Students

Starting a dance studio can be an overwhelming (though exciting!) time. But as any dance studio owner would tell you, the work doesn’t stop there. You’ll want to continue to grow your dance studio and increase enrollment and profits.

Luckily, there are some great resources available for you!

Here at Dance Teacher Finder, we’ve put together a list of the best books for starting a dance studio. These books are also excellent reads if you’re wondering how to get more dance students or how to make your dance studio profitable.

We hope you’ll find the book(s) that help you build the dance studio of your dreams. Good luck and happy dancing!

1. For Dance Studio Owners by Auntie Hollander

2. The Dance School Owner’s Survival Guide: Everything You Need To Set Up And Run A Successful Dance School by Sarah Gittins

3. Dance Studio TRANSFORMATION: Build a 7-figure studio, increase your community impact and GET BACK YOUR LIFE! by Clint Salter

4. How to Run a Preschool Dance Studio: The 7 Step System to Create, Grow and Expand Your Preschool Dance Classes by Emma Franklin Bell

5. How to Open a Successful Pole Dance Studio: Turn Your Pole Business Idea into a Grand Opening by Teresa Saffold

6. Dance Studio Secrets: 65 Ways To Build A Thriving Studio by Clint Salter

7. Progressive Business Plan for a Dance Studio: A Targeted Fill-in-the-Blank Template with a Comprehensive Marketing Plan by Nat Chiaffarano MBA

8. Dance Studio Dynamics: A Guide to Running Your Own Dance School by Cedric Bell

9. Growing Your Dance Business Paperback by Anne Walker MBE

10. A Complete Dance Studio Business Plan: A Key Part Of How To Start A Dance & Performing Arts Studio Business by In Demand Business Plans

More Dance Studio Owner Resources

Want more help figuring out how to start your dance studio?

You need to look through this comprehensive list of over 200 resources for starting your own dance studio.

And if you want additional reading about dance in general (and not specifically about running a dance school), see our list of the 50 best dance books.

About Elizabeth Emery

Elizabeth Emery is a former dance studio owner. She owned Dancers Unite in Charlotte, NC for 6 years, where she helped run the studio as well as taught dance classes six days a week. She sold her studio to one of her teachers and now dedicates her time helping other dance studio owners as well as dance teachers with her new business, Dance Teacher Finder, which helps pair dance studios with dance instructors. She also holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, and double majored in Business Economics and Marketing. Elizabeth currently splits her time between Charlotte, North Carolina and Salt Lake City, Utah.

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