Jordin's Paradise

1215 Connecticut Avenue Northwest, Washington, DC 20036 Directions
202-997-8211
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belinda
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Report | 4 days ago
It's a fun way to get out of the house during the winter blues & work out without realizing it. If you like to dance, you will enjoy it!
jennifer l.
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Report | a month ago
Jordin's Paradise got mixed reviews on Yelp. I went to the Saturday Bollywood Zumba class and I loved the instructor (Eileen?) and had a blast. I can't say about other days or whether its usually too crowded. I only went once so far, but so far so good.
Victoria
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Report | 2 months ago
Prepare to be sore for a few days after if you have no experience! It's a wonderful strength workout that got me motivated to get fit!
Lauren J.
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Report | 3 months ago
It was the most fun, difficult and amazing fitness class I have ever done.
Juinell B.
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Report | 6 months ago
Make sure to wear shorts! It's really fun and challenging, don't be afraid to ask questions!
Lisa T.
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Report | 7 months ago
I took the Intro to POle dancing class. It is extremely physically demanding in requiring the accomplishment of tricks. You do not end up learning a combination or a dance, which is disappointing. The instructor could have done better by giving a few more basic dance move and creating a 32 count combination at the end combining what we learned to allow students to feel a sense of accomplishment.
Christina E.
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Report | 11 months ago
It's difficult to reach them - I suggest email for fastest response.
Samantha L.
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Report | a year ago
I can't wait to go back!
Christina P.
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Report | a year ago
The Sunday Flexibabe class is such a nice way to start my week off relaxed.

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Rania Jaziri has spent her entire career pirouetting on the intersection of performing arts and fitness. Born in Tunisia, her journey as a multitalented performer began with ballet lessons at the age of 6, achieving the poise, energy, and coordination that would later prove valuable in high-school basketball and swimming. After finishing college in Germany, Rania came to Washington, D.C., where her bubbly approach to teaching dance fitness and step-kickboxing attracted a dedicated following of hoofers and clown-punching bags. To meet the growing demand for her sweat-manufacturing expertise, she founded her own fitness center, Jordin's Paradise, which has since been deemed Washington D.C.'s Best Dance Company 2011 by Washington City Paper readers.

Positive energy powers the adventurous curriculum of Jordin's Paradise, where exercisers march toward physical peaks during exhilarating, dance-infused fitness classes, such as Bikini Body Bootcamp, pole dancing, and Flash Mob Workshop. When Rania isn't helping guests get into better shape than a dodecahedron with rock-solid abs, she's focusing her efforts on local charities, such as Becky's Fund, which spreads domestic-violence awareness.

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