Frequently Asked Questions

Whether it's your first time taking class with us or you've been training with us since day one, we at House of Movement want to answer some of your frequently asked questions to help make the most of your class experience with us! Topics include everything from what studio our classes are held in, to details on how to purchase class packages. If we've left out a question you may have, please contact us 

 When does House of Movement have classes?

Currently, House of Movement has classes Monday through Friday, 7-10PM. Our studio classes are offered in hip hop and street styles in various levels from beginner to advanced. For our detailed class schedule and description, visit our Schedule page.

Where are classes held? 

All of our classes are held at Pearl Studios, which has two locations: 500 8th Ave and 519 8th Ave, which located across from each other on 8th Ave between 35th and 36th St. Since they have multiple studio locations, our room assignment can change week to week. The best way to stay updated is to follow our Twitter and Facebook pages (@homnyc), where we post our studio room and schedule line-up the morning of each class day. Nearby public transportation includes the 1, 2, 3, A, C, E (34th St) by subway, Penn Station, and Port Authority.

How can I purchase classes? 

There are three ways you can purchase classes with House of Movement: online, walk-in with cash, and walk-in with credit. Online purchases for all our class options can be made on our Buy page. Once you make an online purchase, simply show us your emailed receipt when you come take class. You can also purchase at our studio before classes begin with cash or credit at the beginning of each class.

What class options are available for purchase? 

We are proud to offer a number of class packages that meet your availability and training needs. Our class options include a single class (expires after 30 days), 5 class card (expires after 90 days), 10 class card (expires after 120 days) and a 30-day unlimited card. All class package expirations are calculated from date of purchase. 

What should I wear and bring to class?

Our hip hop and street style classes are sure to give you are workout in during the hour class, so we recommend wearing fitness apparel such as sneakers, sweatpants, and t-shirts. You should also bring water to class and stay hydrated. Pearl Studios has dressing rooms if you're coming from work or school, and need to change into dance clothes.

Are there any age restrictions for taking classes? 

House of Movement's classes are open to all ages and skill levels. Currently, our youngest student was a 9 year old girl who enjoyed taking our beginner hip hop class. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children to the studio, where they can either watch class from the side or take class as well and make it a family fitness activity!

What can I expect during my 90-min long class? 

Typically our classes start with a warm-up and stretch that lasts for up to 30 minutes. This is aimed to get your blood pumping and body conditioned for dance. For the remainder of class, you will learn a dance routine from one of our talented choreographers. At the end of class, your choreographer will demonstrate the routine for the class, and you can record the demo for practice at home. Feel free to share your posts on social media — tag us @homnyc !

Do you post class videos anywhere? 

Yes!  We post videos directly to our Facebook page one to two days after class. They are in a Google Photos folder labeled as the date/class time, and information about classes daily on our social media channels and on our YouTube channel. Follow us and chat with us on your channel of choosing to learn more about us — facebook instagram

Do you have House of Movement apparel for sale? 

Yes!  House of Movement works with Friend Of A Friend apparel to design seasonal collections. Items are in limited availability. Since we have a limited supply, our apparel is only available for purchase at the studio during classes. We accept payment in cash or credit.