In New Dimensions Dance Academy's 4,800-square-foot studio, instructors exude enthusiasm and excitement while teaching kids the art of dance. The art provides various means of expression, so they teach myriad dance classes, including ballet, hip-hop, and tap. Aside from giving young dancers the tools to express themselves, they also make discipline a focus of each program in order to teach kids the value of hard work and achievement.
Inside the 9,000-square-foot University Performing Arts Centre, dance students as young as three years old tumble, pirouette, and tap through five studios. The centre's courses accommodate students of all ages and concentrations, ranging from classic ballet for kids to fitness-based jazz classes for adults. In the summertime, Princess camps are offered Monday through Friday, keeping kids active during the day with dance practice and dressing up like royalty.
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Dance along to your favorite songs and learn some new moves at Club Zenergy Health & Fitness, Inc's Zumba class.
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In the large fitness space of Body & Motion Fitness Studio, exercisers gather for fast-paced and fun-filled fitness classes. Positioned in front of wall-to-wall mirrors, instructors lead students in dance fitness such as Zumba and hip-hop cardio, alongside others such as Insanity workouts.
Though they lead group classes at multiple studio locations, the instructors at Latin Explosion Dance School don't need an official dance floor to showcase their moves. They've twirled on the Orlando Magic's basketball court during halftime, and they visit clients' homes for private lessons in salsa, merengue, bachata, and hip-hop. Such versatility enables them to teach a wide span of styles, from Latin dances such as flamenco and tango to ballroom and belly dance. They pass on their learned footwork to pupils of all ages, encouraging their diverse base of protégés to mingle at in-house talent-show socials and group travel events. A more intensive lesson plan comes in the form of their four-week workshops, during which they help dancers develop techniques and impress key differences between dance styles, including the variances in mambo versus salsa beats and how to distinguish a conga line from a linear group hug.