Master muscle sculptor Jenny Anania and her experienced instructors strive to fortify muscular infrastructure and shear superfluous curves with Secret Physique's medley of ballet, Pilates, yoga, and weight training. The Secret Physique Barre class's 60-minute sinew sonata features a free-weight prelude that heralds barre and abdominal fitness flourishes, culminating in a crescendo of mat core work, seat exercises, and stretching. Students can also beef up builds and auditions for The Nutcracker Takes Thanksgiving with the Bardio class's aerobic cardio and ballet barre positions, or strut through the sultry steps of Hollywood Dance's burlesque choreography.
At Expressions Dance Center we believe that each dancer is unique and will learn at their own pace. Our creative, experienced faculty is dedicated to building self-esteem and confidence, while encouraging our students to achieve their personal best. We offer classes for students age 2 and up!
The music is bumping, the moves are rhythmic, and up to 1,000 calories are burning away. That's just a bit of what Zumba classes are like at ZASS Fitness. In their new studio replete with a new floor, amped-up air conditioner, and extra ceiling fans, certified instructors lead fun, fitness-oriented dance classes. Inspired by Latin dance moves, Zumba enhances cardio, sheds weight, and tones muscles. The instructors also love Zumba because it increases flexibility and encourages self-expression through movement. To augment the festive vibe, the studio hosts parties for kids that include one hour of fitness dancing and another hour for partying.
Think of all the moments in life where being an excellent dancer could totally open doors for you. If only you had the skills taught at Firebeat Dancesport, you could show them off in a variety of social contexts, to your great benefit:
Influenced by dance trends from Europe to Latin America, the staff at SuperShag Dance Studios splits its time between three Boston-area spaces filled with dancing poles, yoga mats, and custom sound systems. Founder Chris Johnston—who won several amateur Latin dance championships as a kid in Ireland and was named a World Class adjudicator by the National Dance Council of America—carefully amassed his talented troupe of teachers from dance schools around the world and from Fred Astaire’s botched attempts to clone himself. During private and group lessons, they spice up Latin-, ballroom-, and pole-dance numbers with an urban twist heavily influenced by British Dancesport, and ready students for competitions.