Jump to: Adult/Teen Community ClassesTuition Assistance & EBT


–> Youth Schedule Spring 2020

Registration for Spring 2020 is happening now!
Spring classes started January 21, but we’re still welcoming students!

To register in person at our studios or by phone:
Fill out all of forms linked below (the ones that are blue) on paper and mail or bring them in. To pay, you can mail or bring in a check, or call us with a debit or credit card. Times to come by in person are:

— Monday – Friday 3-7PM
— Saturdays from 9AM -Noon.

To register online:
There are three forms (listed and linked below in purple) for you to complete. You can register online any time. Payments must be made in person, over the phone or by mail.

— First, fill out the student information form (Form A)
— Then, fill out the registration and class selection form (Form B)
— Finally, fill out the premises permission form (Form C)

(Note: New students must complete all forms; returning students need only fill out Form B and review the dress code and policies for any updates)

Form A – Registration – Student Info
(For new students or updated info)

Form B – Registration – Youth Classes

Form C – Premises Permission Form

Payment Plan Form 

Dance Class Dress Code

Youth Program Policies and Guidelines

Sign Up for Email Alerts

Note: A 10 percent discount applies for a child enrolled in five or more classes.

Level placement:
Please email berkshire.pulse@gmail.com or call 413-274-6624 prior to registration for placement.


–> Community Class Schedule Winter/Spring 2020

Community classes are for ages 13+ unless otherwise noted
No prior registration is required for Community Classes

$17 Drop-in class fee
$150 for a 10-class community pass
$240 for a 20-class community pass
$100 for a 10-class community FITNESS pass (Cardio Groove, Yoga, Pilates, Zumba)

–> Community Class Policies

For questions and further information please email us at berkshire.pulse@gmail.com or call 413.274.6624.


–> Apply for Tuition Assistance

Pulse is for EVERYONE! Our Tuition Assistance Program continues to support individuals and families and helps guarantee that no one will ever be turned away, despite their financial situation. Tuition Assistance awarded applies to the whole family. Available for both Youth and Community Classes.

EBT Card to Culture is a collaboration between the Mass Cultural Council and the Executive Office of Health and Human Services’ Department of Transitional Assistance, together with the individual arts organizations (like PULSE!) who participate.

Through the EBT Card to Culture Program, Berkshire Pulse offers an automatic 50% discount for Performing Arts Enrollments and Community Classes to families with a MA EBT card (bring your card when registering).

Did you know that anyone with a Massachusetts-issued EBT (Electronic Benefits Transfer) card can get reduced or free admission into more than 100 cultural organizations across the Commonwealth? Access the power of culture with your EBT card — see the full list of participating organizations online.