Dance, dance, dance, dance, dance with today's Groupon: five group dance or fitness classes for $35 at Dance FX Studios (a $75 value). Experienced dancers and feeble-footed amateurs alike will benefit from a creative environment free of painful dental procedures. Or take advantage of fitness fun to shape your body into a rhombus.Hour 3: The other dancers revere you. Your nametag falls off, but everyone knows your nickname: “The Guy Who Was Acquitted of Trespassing Earlier in the Year.”
A sprawling mandala design covers the floor of Plaza de Anaya's main dance studio, welcoming dancers in with warmth and beauty. Amid that artistic setting, seasoned instructors teach dance styles from around the world that include belly dancing, barefoot flamenco, and anaya tribal dancing. Cultural gatherings are an important part of the school's community, which is why the studio also schedules an array of monthly events and workshops that might be dance-based or include henna tattoos that dance when you pinch them.
Led by experienced exotic dancer Nyla Farraz Pussycats Pole Dance leads flirty pole- and lap-dance classes to help women of all ages and fitness levels develop muscle while feeling sexy and embracing their womanhood. Nyla leads both women new to the moves as well as professionals through sexy moves around sturdy poles and chairs, teaching routines that develop core strength and control during weeks-long sessions. In addition to the long-term programs, Pussycats also offers party packages and drop-in classes such as pole stretch, cardio belly dancing, and exotic chair dancing.
The biographies of the dance instructors at Danser Studio reveal a team as ambitious as it is diversely talented. The six instructors variously specialize in teaching kids and teens, developing choreography, the Brazilian art of capoeira, and ballet, and since they’ve joined Danser Studio, they’ve expanded their skill sets through workshops in Brazil, weight training, and Pilates certification. They welcome kids, teens, and adults to the sprung wood floor of a nearly 1,400-square-foot loft-like studio, where they teach dance styles such as classical ballet, dance-fitness hybrid Zumba, and modern dance, which emphasizes the physical interpretation of music and the expression of emotions beyond “intent twirling.”