Majesty in Motion's directors and teams have performed and taught salsa all over the globe. They share the wisdom picked up along the way during a variety of classes, held at two San Diego studios. There, students enjoy relaxed, welcoming vibes, drop-in opportunities, and lessons in such styles as ladies salsa and the cha cha. Beginner salsa classes provide a solid foundation for newcomers, or even for rusty dancers. They equip students with a basic understanding of the music, as well as the fundamental turns needed to spin partners at nightclubs or mannequins at clothing stores.
Love to Dance, Inc. hosts an array of physical art. Our dance classes are a foundation for the beginner and a challenge for the advanced. We believe we have put together the most comprehensive program in the area intertwining fun, creativity, originalty, psychology, and passion!
The instructors at California Ballet School have danced at such prestigious companies at the New York Ballet, Joffrey Ballet, and Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre. Students learn the art of ballet beginning at age 2 and can continue classes through adulthood. While ballet is the main focus of the school, instructors also teach flamenco, hip-hop, and jazz.
The experienced dance teachers and choreographers at Metro Dance teach students of all ages and skill levels the steps to popular dance styles, ranging from hip-hop and breakdancing to classic ballet, jazz, and tap dance. Students learn dance basics and new moves while having fun in a laid-back group setting.
A childhood peppered with basketball, football, and volleyball couldn't keep Mary Murphy out of the ballroom after she was struck by the athleticism of the sport while watching a championship performance in her early twenties. She began to compete around the world, eventually slowing down enough to found Champion Ballroom Academy in 1990 and finally teaching there full-time in between stints on Fox's So You Think You Can Dance.
Mary has plucked like-minded instructors for her studio, some of whom created Core Rhythms, a Latin dance-based aerobics program. Many of the other teachers are competitive-dance champions or black belts in hula hoop. Aside from running a flourishing dance studio, Mary's palpable passion for the art form has also driven her to play a leading role in San Diego's Chance to Dance program, a curriculum that introduces school kids to the artistry and strength-building foundations of dance.
Marie Davidson is no stranger to fitness—she's a nutrition nut and ACE-certified personal trainer with an impressive resume that spans the spectrum of fitness modalities. She, like many others, quickly got bored with the same old routines, spurring her on to search for something a bit more layered, empowering, and fun. When she discovered pole dancing, she fell head over stiletto heels, eventually opening up her own studio to share her newfound discovery with the community.
Whether the aim is to sculpt a more toned physique, learn some sensual moves, boost confidence levels, or have a fun night out with girlfriends, Davidson works to help women achieve their goals within her mirrored studio lined with chrome poles. With a team of practiced instructors, she teaches classes that challenge participants both physically and emotionally, encouraging women and firemen enthusiasts of all shapes and sizes to feel comfortable in their own skin and cultivate a healthy lifestyle.