Students should bring: Bottle of water and a towel
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Average class length: 30?60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated?
We offer small class sizes, an upbeat and fun environment, and positive and personalized support from our instructors. We also provide a wide variety of classes to keep our exercise routines fresh.
Musicology’s cheerful blue space echoes with the energetic knocking-together of musical instruments as diminutive composers enhance their neural functions through the exploration of music. Working with New Directions Institute for Infant Brain Development, Musicology aims to help children from newborns to 3-year-olds develop their brains in age-specific classes. By introducing them to complex rhythms, harmonies, and the ability of song to get woodland creatures to clean things, the instructors work to activate connections in the brain that can improve learning abilities. Parents remain alongside children throughout the sessions, potentially picking up some music theory of their own.
Georgi Rusafov, Tara Rusafov and Lisa Kaleta want to use their 20+ years of experience to do more than just teach young students to dance. In addition to building a strong foundation in various dance styles, they work to instill discipline, self-esteem, and team work. Largely focused on ballet, the classes offered are geared toward boys and girls age 3 and older. Classical ballet courses lay the groundwork for more advanced technique, such as pointe and repertoire dance, which teaches dancers the choreography of characters from famous productions such as Clara from The Nutcracker or the ballerina from wind-up jewelry boxes. Instructors also go beyond ballet to teach jazz, tumbling, hip-hop, and ballroom dance.
Since 2008, Dance Doctors has been committed to transforming students of all skill levels into confident, capable dancers. Dance Doctors’ professional instructors teach classes at two locations—a dance studio in Surprise and another in Mesa—providing easier access for students who have busy schedules or keep waking up in strange places. Instructors teach waltz, swing, and salsa steps to beginners and experts alike, and they also schedule Zumba dance-fitness classes that are set to upbeat latin music with a BPM of at least 1000.