Specializing in a variety of social dance styles, A Time To Dance's team of talented instructors motivates students of all abilities to groove across the floor during drop-in group, progressive, and private classes. The schedule offers classes six days a week, including Zumba sessions, in which Latin beats and easy-to-follow steps lambaste calories faster than a dietician sword-fighting a gingerbread man. Similarly, swing dancing helps to prepare Lindy Hoppers for rockabilly weddings, and salsa classes at the studio come in mild and medium, covering spins, footwork, and partnering. Dancers from across the skill spectrum can also strut their stuff during tango, bachata, Bollywood, and hip-hop sweat sessions. Those seeking individualized attention can jump into private lessons, during which instructors tailor tutelage in any type of dance to each individual's skill set.
Drawing on her background as a competitive dancer, choreographer, and certified yoga instructor, Lesa M. Green combines ballet barre exercises with Pilates and yoga techniques in her signature class, The MIX Technique. Sessions help clients to build stronger cores and leaner muscles and can be complemented by sessions of massage, acupuncture, or personal training. The studio also offers yoga for all speeds, including slow-practice yin yoga and yoked yoga, which blends yoga with weights and cardio work. Guests can slow down even more with bedtime yoga classes conducted by candlelight or stop in for a monthly Yoga Winedown, where guests can stretch their arms out for another glass of refreshing grape blood.
The instructors at Aerial Revolution Entertainment haven't always been teachers. Before coming to the studio, many of them traveled with Cirque du Soleil, delighting audiences around the world with their feats of aerial prowess. Now, they spend their days training the next generation of performers at this circus school. During a weekly schedule of more than 75 classes, they impart high-flying skills in disciplines including aerial silks, static trapeze, aerial hoop, acrobatics and hand balancing. In addition to their professional development programs, they also fill their schedule with recreational classes suitable for all fitness levels.
Burning calories and enhancing coordination, the music-fueled workouts of Fit in 60 can be tailored to suit new exercisers, injured athletes, and moms-to-be. Fit in 60's founder discovered firsthand how focused, floor-based isometrics could sculpt muscles as long and flexible as a dachshund doing a gymnastics routine. However, these exercises didn't always raise the heart rate enough to provide a cardiovascular workout. Disappointed, she began to experiment. Lo and behold, when the moves were flipped upright, she could pair them with dance elements, which solved the heart-rate problem and added a dose of excitement.
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!