Sandip Soparrkar's Ballroom Studio is the first in India to have sent its couple for the various International DanceSport Federation (IDSF) championships held in Singapore, Macau, Malaysia, Sri Lanka & Hong Kong & also for the prestigious Indoor Asian Games.
Since it's inception Sandip Soparrkar's Ballroom Studio has opened branches in Mumbai :
Senapathi Bapat Road
Sandip personally teaches and visits each of his branches and shows students the techniques in :
Latin American ballroom dances :
Cha Cha Cha
Standard ballroom dances :
Famous club dances: :
Strictly adhering to the syllabus of ISTD :
Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing
Many well known corporate companies like:
Larson & Tubro Ltd
Prince Ali Khan Hospital
Human Factors International
All taking dance lessons as an HR activity for their employees. Over 10,00,000 students from different walks of life like; corporate executives, doctors, students, housewives and even film, television and media personalities have been trained at Sandip Soparrkar's Ballroom Studio. Many International, National & Local newspapers & television channels regularly feature the Ballroom Studio for promoting Latin & Ballroom dance culture in India.
Sandip Soparrkar's Ballroom Studio opened its first international branch in Kathmandu, Nepal in association with National Campus College, where in dance has been introduced as a regular curriculum for the students and also at Norfolk, Virginia Beach, USA.
Many international dancers like Canadian National, Mr. Julian House, a student and representative of London School of Economics and Ms. Eunice Robbins and World oldest Ballroom Dancer, Ms. Tao-Porchon-Lynch from USA come down to Mumbai, India especially to train in dance technique, body posture and hand Movements, from Sandip Soparrkar in preparation for various International dance competitions.
Recently the studio also conducted successful workshops in 'Latin Bollywood' in Virginia Beach, Los Angles & Philadelphia. Where the students grooved to the Bollywood beats in Latin American way. This workshop specializes in mixing Latin steps with Bollywood hand moves and expression.