Small boutique studio for those who crave a more personal experience. We limit classes to 8 ladies so you have enough pole time, and one on one instruction to advance quicker.
Many of our students are suburban moms and range in age from 20's to 50's. We are a supportive safe place to connect with your feminine power.
Director Marianne Van Etten and her troupe of instructors help to inject steps with traditional American and international rhythms during interrelated lessons. The curriculum helps students of all experience levels to confidently navigate the dance floor without surgically removing a second left foot. Three-hour weekend workshops immerse students in the instruction of swing, Latin, and smooth techniques in one dose, and group classes gather guests for 55 minute sessions in styles including yoga and children's ballroom. Classes unfold inside the air-conditioned studio, which accommodates up to 75 dancers atop its spring-loaded wood floor. Further inspiring lofty steps, a stereo sound system floods the space, which overlooks views of mountainous terrain symbolizing the uphill battle faced when tangoing with both hands tied behind your back.
Creation Station Dance West Hills takes a systematic approach to developing their students' dance skills. All their classes are tailored to different ages, and the curriculum mirrors the brain's development as the students age. The toddler classes, for instance, aim to keep pace with the child's desire to play and to learn with motor development games and by introducing the basic terminology of dance. Storybooks compliment ballet lessons for children ages 3 or 4, and a more ballerina-like atmosphere envelops students once they hit 5 years old, complete with ballet attire, hair tied in a bun, and swans walking around checking form. Each class begins with a consistent structure, allowing kids to feel some familiarity even as they progress through the school. Classes continue for all ages, including tap or jazz for teenagers and ballet for adults.
Woodland Hills Athletic Club's enthusiastic trainers strive to cultivate a friendly atmosphere in which patrons can reach their fitness goals and achieve healthy lifestyles. Patrons pump up their muscles with free weights and boost their endurance on cardio equipment, including Star Trac elliptical machines, treadmills, and stationary bikes with mounted TVs. The clean facility also features a spinning room with Spinner NXT bikes and a fitness room packed with physio balls and punching bags that peevishly throw out insults about your mother. A team of fitness instructors motivates and monitors movements during personal-training sessions—helping patrons get fit with one-on-one exercise and nutrition tips—and a bevy of standard, cycling, and premium classes, which require an additional fee. After exercisers break a sweat, glassfuls of replenishing concoctions await them at the juice-and-smoothie bar.
Time 4 Class’s owner, Sandra Rieback, began dancing at age 7, but her career was cut short due to a debilitating back injury. Unable to keep away from the studio, she took matters into her own hands and got certified to teach fitness classes and work as a personal trainer. Shortly thereafter, Sandra opened her own studio, and she was once again immersed in the electrifying energy of group classes. Now, along with a team of instructors, Sandra leads classes for adults that range from cardio Zumba classes and yoga to boxing, boot camps, personal training, and nutrition counseling. Unlike those fitness classes that meet inside R-rated movies, kids can also join the fun with classes such as ballet, kids Zumba, and musical theater.