Fleming Island is happy to boast the theatrical stylings of All-Starz Dance Studio.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
So whip yourself into shape today with one of these affordable and energetic dance classes from All-Starz Dance Studio in Fleming Island.
Kaluby's Dance Club takes the same simple approach to teaching that the club used when it opened in 1983. Before playing a note, the instructors take the time to break down popular dances into their most basic patterns. This way, when the music starts, dancers of all skill levels are able to master the steps quickly so that they can focus on having fun so instead of whose toes they're stepping on. The studio shares their secrets in group and private lessons, both taught in a ballroom where members are also welcome to practice during any open studio hours. In children's classes, kids practice basic dance moves while also making new friends, exercising, and learning how to behave at charity galas. During club dance parties, members get the chance to show off their new dance skills in special themed events or dressy-casual gatherings.
Led by owner Holly Koonce—who has more than 15 years of cheerleading experience under her belt—GLAM Cheer and Dance instills children with self-confidence and athleticism in a positive, Christian environment. As a member of the United States All Star Federation, the school teaches classes that strive to both create and perpetuate a positive image of cheerleading. But safety still remains a chief concern. Suited for children as young as three, sessions generally divide students up by ability levels, ranging from basic level-one stunts to advanced level-five tumbling, which involves handsprings, airborne skills, and the ability to hover above the mat indefinitely.
A floating floor bears no resemblance to the carpeted, tiled, or concrete floors you usually see at the gym. But then again, Go Danz, Get Fit isn't a gym—it's a studio specializing in dance fitness. So it makes perfect sense that its founders opted for a floating floor, which is much easier on the ankles, knees, and hips. However, you might not even notice what's underfoot when laser lights and thumping music fire up, signaling the beginning of a dance class. Most classes are rooted in Zumba, but instructors also teach hip-hop and Hot Hula, a blend of Polynesian moves and reggae music.
The student walks into the packed studio, decked out for a night on the town. He’s nervous, thinking that perhaps one salsa class wasn’t enough to prepare him for the social setting. But once the Latin beats start to fill the space, the steps come back to him. He grabs a partner’s hand, and they hit the floor. Such is the scene at one of The Dance Shack’s in-house dance parties, where Shackers try out the skills they have learned in group or private lessons within the studio’s familiar confines before they hit the club.