At JayVee Dance Center, children learn more than the techniques to impress audiences. As they master ballet, jazz, tap, and hip-hop moves, they also gain life-long values, such as self-esteem, discipline, and a sense of responsibility. The youth classes—catering to kids as young as age 2—include the staple sessions, but also branch out into unexpected disciplines such as Tahitian hula and break dance, which boldly breaks all the rules of the Hokey Pokey. The adult schedule is just as diverse, covering fitness-oriented areas such as Zumba, pole fitness, and [Streetease], which is a saucy combination of pole fitness, burlesque, and hip-hop.
We are a World-focus dance school that offers; flamenco, folklorico, four different types of belly dancing, hawiiian, tahitian, bollywood, Ballet / tap, Hip Hop / Jazz and much more.
We have dance classes for children to adults; featuring all levels of expertise - beginning to professional.
As the founder of Body Lingo, Sabrina Moxie proves exercise and fun don't have to be mutually exclusive. As a personal trainer and former student at the LA Conservatory for Fine Arts, she is well-equipped to lead her small-group fitness classes through dance styles such as Bollywood fusion, Zumba, hip-hop cardio, and even hula-hoop aerobics. Though each session is already held in a small group, Sabrina and her staff invite extra-shy clients to break out of their shells in a comfortable private environment during one-on-one dance lessons, personal-training sessions, or two-person pistachio-eating contests. To supplement the caloric burn produced in class, the Body Lingo crew also offers stress-relieving guided mediation, as well as nutritional tips and tricks.
The creator and owner of The Fit Factor, wants her clients to be excited to get out of bed in the morning. By teaching inventive fitness classes, she and her friendly staff of certified personal trainers and instructors help students get toned muscles and tap into their personal reserves of unlimited energy. All classes are semi-private and come with a free fitness assessment.There's The 50 Minute Factor, a 50-minute circuit training class that's packed with intense cardio and strength training moves, and there's the No Holds Barre Pilates Fitness class, a low-impact class that fuses mat Pilates moves and ballet barre techniques. Students can come in for a one-on-one session with a personal trainer or drop in on a Fit Factor Fight Club class, a cardio boxing session designed to leave muscles strong. The Fit Factor hosts such training in a sunlit, wood-floored space full of supportive and social energy from instructors and students alike.
At Push Pull Cardio, ACE-certified personal trainer Alan Ashley schedules one thing: TRX suspension training classes. Ashley, who is qualified by TRX to teach the classes, leads exercisers through a series of strap- and band-assisted body-weight exercises. These workouts boost heart rates and challenge endurance along the way, helping students build healthy hearts and circulatory systems as they go. Beginners can familiarize themselves with the movements during Push Pull's introductory classes or TRX's annual spring ice cream social.
A lot can happen in 30 minutes. At Sayon Fitness, a half hour is all it takes to get through a full workout with cardio, stretches, and strength training. Expert trainers lead these small group classes, giving ample personal attention to each student as he or she works toward a slimmer, toned physique. The trainers also work with exercisers privately, accommodating clients who don't want to expose their super powers.