It was our first school and the place that first hired a young, former dance student, named Daisey (who agreed to work for free). If it weren’t for the Hayward dance studio, there wouldn’t be Livermore, Redwood City, or Walnut Creek studios.
Hayward will always be our dance hub. To have gone through this type of expansion and still have the school in the top 10 rankings says so much about the staff and student body there. No matter how successful Hayward is, they’ll always have that “Yes, you’ve never heard of us, but we are near San Francisco” chip on their shoulder.
The Arthur Murray Hayward team started the culture that has become our signature stamp on an Arthur Murray dance studio: Get loud, have a great time, and share your passion for dancing.
The Arthur Murray All Star Spotlight: Evan Boyer Evan Boyer is a talented guy. We aren't just talking about the spontaneous singing, or a random pirouette in the studio. He's...Read more
Imagining an Arthur Murray Dance Studio With the All Stars The Arthur Murray All Star competition heads to Portland, Oregon the first weekend in October. There, the Arthur Murray Quarterfinalists...Read more
The Arthur Murray All Star Quarterfinal Results Arthur Murray Hayward played host to a selected professionals from a dozen different Arthur Murray Dance Studios in the Quarterfinal round of the...Read more
Wednesday, August 31st is D-Day for the Arthur Murray Bay Area staff. D, in this case, stands for District. The day, on the last day of August, is the Quarterfinal round of the George...Read more
Dance Teacher Training Weekend at Arthur Murray Hayward Arthur Murray students aren't the only ones who get an inspiring dance camp. This weekend was all about the teachers. HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA...Read more