Our Covington Studio includes over 6000 square feet, a spacious lobby, year round viewing, homework area, free WIFI, 300+ parking spaces, flat screen TVs, a full dance store, three spacious music & dance rooms with sprung shock-absorbent flooring for the dancer, and a fully qualified staff!
Beneath the purple-and-white-striped walls, ladies of all ages and fitness levels twirl around poles and sink seductively into chairs during The Perfect Poleforma?s alternative fitness classes. Instructors lead groups of up to 10 women through beginning, intermediate, and advanced classes. The classes start with basic pole spins and leg-strength exercises and graduate to swinging upside down, hanging onto the pole with just the inner thighs, and climbing flagpoles to add stars as new states are discovered. They also conduct parties for bachelorettes and birthday girls, allowing groups of friends free rein of the ceiling-mounted poles.
The certified teachers at TC Dance Club International recognize that people dance for all kinds of reasons; accordingly, they structure different programs to meet the needs of everyone from casual dancers hoping to light up the dance floor at an upcoming party to perfectionists in the pursuit of lifelong grace. Their lessons incorporate a multitude of styles, including tango, merengue, foxtrot, and rain dances. On Friday nights, students can practice what they've learned in dance parties, which are set to premade mixes in a room with dimmed lights and an open bar.
Lakeview Creative Arts is a progressive school that focuses on education while having fun. The creative process in all children is something to be explored, and we strive to foster the creativity in all of our students through music, dance, and karate instruction.
Fully devoted to dance since 1969, NOBA is bringing the ultra-creative flairs and fantastic whirlings of MOMIX to the center stage. Sate a desire for fluffy flower props, human centaurs, and large sheet swooshes with today's Groupon.
Dancer, vocalist, and instructor Jayna Morgan reanimates the music and dance of the mid-20th century through private swing lessons, group classes, workshops, and performances with the Sazerac Sunshine Band. Rug-cutting sessions guide students through the finer points of the jitterbug, the lindy hop, and the charleston, and dalliances with the balboa and the collegiate shag dig into deeper cuts of rug. Jayna's regular musical performances with her band fill venues in New Orleans and across the country with smooth vocal stylings; local appearances of The Frenchmen Street Flappers transport viewers back to a time when the only way to hail a cab was to dance the charleston on a street corner.