The teachers at Prodigy Kids Performing Arts draw upon extensive on-stage experience to tutor young'uns in a schedule of classes focused on singing, acting, and dancing. Voice courses introduce small fry to singing basics, including music reading, vocal technique, and how to shatter crystal without hosting indoor homerun derbies. The Musical Theater class delves into advanced study of the American art form, building a repertoire of skills that will aid them in Broadway debuts and undercover ops in the land of Oz. Acting sessions focus on the emoting skills required in stage life, with games, improv, and monologues to help develop comfort reacting and performing before audiences. All classes meet once each week in intimate groups of 12 or fewer students, and age requirements differ.
The Dollhouse Fitness classes provide multiple womanly ways to work feminine forms into firm yet flexible states. First-timers can wrap themselves around a pole-teaser intro class, in which instructors demo proper positioning, posing techniques, and how to strut like a diva for the impending paparazzi. Unlike army boot camps, booty-camp classes put bodies through an intense series of drills in preparation for storming the beach in a skimpy two-piece. Less-aggressive courses, such as the Goddess Yoga class, provide femmes with a focused stretch of time to contemplate universal connectivity and the overwhelming complexity of the cardiovascular system. There are more than 15 weekly classes to choose from—the just-right amount according to three out of five Goldilocks.
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.
Pegasus, the high-flying equine that serves as the namesake at Pegasus Pilates conjures up the inspirational notion of being able to overcome adversity with your own abilities. Thanks to the studio's aerial-hammock and barre Pilates classes, students enjoy this beautiful feeling as they get into shape. Founder Jennifer Van Deausen started with Pilates fundamentals, and then added her own spin on them to create these and other alternative-fitness classes. Traditional Pilates practitioners can also benefit from the more standard Pilates Reformer classes.
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!
After retiring in 1994, dancing duo Thomas and Muriel Teague refocused their attention on opening a school where they could teach dancers of all ages, choreograph annual shows, and develop educational-outreach programs. Inside their 4,300-square-foot facility, a progressive curriculum aims to challenge both aspiring career dancers and part-time tutu wearers.