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I Am School of Dance is located in San Antonio, Texas, under the creative direction of Ortavia Rodarte.  IASD was created to foster an environment of learning dance and building character.

We give you the resources you need to start your dance career even choreographers and creative directors start here.

 Our dance styles include Praise, Ballet, Modern, Jazz, Street Dance, Step, Drill, and Afro-fusion. All ages can come and learn rhythm and dance moves.  The warm-up is designed to build confidence when dancing, agility, flexibility, and connection with the technique. 

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New Classes Start in August!  It's not too late to sign up!


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"We are growing well rounded dancers.  If you have other gifts and talents, we want to see that too!  Sometimes our productions incorporate singing and poetry, or painting and more.  So, check back for those types of opportunities."

We are located at 4133 Naco Perrin Blvd, San Antonio, Texas 78217 in the Absolute Dance Studio.  We are mobile so we can travel to your location.

For online dance and rhythm lessons 

Dance Company

The Moving Arts Project May 26 was more than expected.  IASD received positive feedback and are thankful for the opportunity to showcase "Plights and Promise: A Dance Medley,"  choreographed by Ortavia Rodarte and LaReina Jackson.

Thanks again ladies of I Am! Dance Company for all your hard work and dedication.

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Lessons in Dance

Lessons in Dance is a blog authored by Director of IASD Ortavia Rodarte as she tailors lessons for dancers, choreographers, and creative directors to guide them on their journey to learning rhythm and writing and performing choreography.  It's all about things you encounter in the life of a dancer.

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