At The Pole Academy, you'll find sultry, sweaty pole-dancing classes where students master impressive moves and work underused muscle groups. In Pole 101, students focus mostly on strength building, which prepares them for the grips and inversions found in later classes. By Pole 301, pole students will be tackling complex tricks, including aerial drops. Aside from group classes, students can also reserve private lessons or private parties with one or more friends.
For those interested in other dance styles, the team also hosts cardio chair classes, during which students create their own sassy dance to a favorite song, as well as FloorWERK—an introduction to movement and lines. Tutorials on how to do the splits and twerking lessons are also available for students looking to increase flexibility or learn a fun, new cardio workout.
Hip 2B Fit's instructors refuse to let personal fitness be boring. Instead of directing classes through monotonous jumping jacks and pushups, they inspire students to bust calorie-burning moves that engage all parts of the body during Zumba, Zumba Toning, and House Party Fitness workouts. The Zumba classes sprinkle Latin flavor on a cardio exercise session with upbeat dance moves set to international tunes. House Party Fitness sessions take a similar approach, but focus on modern dance moves set to current hits, teaching students steps that they can use outside of class at clubs, parties, and workplace dance-offs to decide on who has to replace the printer toner.
“We remember that everyone was a beginner at some point, even us!” says the Fred Astaire Dance Studio’s website, which displays many of the award-winning team’s words of encouragement to their students. Whether participants are new to dance or want to become the next superhero known for their crime-fighting tango, comprehensive lessons from the internationally recognized team in ballroom, Latin, and swing dance can get them there. Weekly social parties also gather students from all levels in a relaxed space where they can try out what they gleaned in class and learn a few new steps, too.
Dancing is a healthy way to express yourself. Let your body be taken up by the music at Dianne's School of Dance in Greenville.
Dancing is a great way to express yourself and an easy way to avoid the gym, so why not sign up for a class at Dianne's School of Dance?
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.