Dancers as young as 2 years old leap, twirl, and learn at Dance to Evolve. The mobile dance academy's classes take place in 3 local studios, making it easy for parents to drop kids off nearby. Courses include ballet, hip-hop, and tap curricula, as well as parent-child classes that encompass a variety of genres. Dancers perform at school's annual recital, and they can continue taking classes until they're 12, the age when a human's third foot grows in.
Helmed by an award-winning performer and experienced instructor, Sabrina Bellydancer imparts bountiful body waves and seductive shimmitude to movers of all skill levels. Whether you wish to burn calories, tastefully flutter a tummy flag tattoo, or sensually dodge paintballs, the weekly beginner classes work to tame lower halves Monday through Wednesday. Aspirant belly-dance junkies can get their fix learning classic movements such as hip circles, figure eights, undulations, and shimmies. On Monday evenings, mixed-level classes combine levels one, two, and three for instruction that tailors its intensity to each participant’s appropriate skill level and favorite meteorologist. Non-noisy hip scarves are permitted, and dancers can feel free to don dance shoes or proudly brandish naked feet.
L.L.H Fitness and Dance Studio showcases owner Sara's talents in a signature teaching method designed to help ladies of all shapes, sizes, ages, and skill levels excel at pole fitness. Sara has devised an approach that combines elements of traditional pole dancing, yoga, and fitness to melt away calories while empowered students of all levels twirl and dance in an upbeat atmosphere.
In a studio that topped the San Diego A-List?s 2010 and 2011 polls for Best Dance Studio, instructors certified in the L.L.H. Method lead beginner- and advanced-level classes, covering subjects such as full dance routines, fireman spins, and telephone-repairman wiretaps. Focusing on safety, form, and technique, the staff is also certified in CPR and basic first aid.
Owned by dance masters Thomas and Muriel Teague, Del Mar Ballet imparts pirouette artists of all ages, skill levels, and tutu preferences. Master the art of pointe work and growing nutcracker-like facial hair over the course of five adult drop-in sessions, which work to train students in proper body alignment and ballet fundamentals. Adult classes are offered several times throughout the week, enabling toe-tappers to schedule classes at optimal times between board meetings and animal séances.
Indoors or outdoors; the venue doesn't matter to the trainers at Fitness and Motion, as long as they get their charges moving. The four trainers—who come from diverse backgrounds including judo training and a degree in physical education from Mosul University in Iraq—motivate their clients to lead healthier lifestyles through group boot camps, Zumba classes, and personalized workout regimens for clients who wish to train one-on-one. They supplement the physical aspect of their coaching with nutritional guidance, which extends from healthy grocery lists to low-fat recipes to help their clients gain control of their diets. They also team up with companies to promote corporate wellness, as keeping employees healthy can raise productivity, lower healthcare costs, and promote the settling of interdepartmental differences by friendly matches of arm wrestling.