However you prefer to exercise, there's a good chance that Fitness Fusion has a class that fits the bill. In two colorful workout rooms, 30-year fitness veteran Jan Baker and her staff lead classes that range from gentle, flowing yoga to intense, cardio-heavy boot camps. Often the classes incorporate special equipment: Pilates classes deliver full-body workouts thanks to Reformer machines and the Gravity Training System, and barre-fusion classes rely on ballet barres, arc barrels, and other props. Those who prefer a more individualized approach can sign up for personal training or simply change their name to "Keep It Up" so it seems like the instructor is talking to them all the time.
Enjoy the best Tempe has to offer with a ticket to one of Paragon Dance Center's stage productions.
With food just the way you like it, this theater elevates your restaurant experience just on the level of taste.
This theater is more than willing to accommodate families, so kids are welcome to tag along.
Move, groove, and shake it at one of Paragon Dance Center's top-notch dance classes.
If you're heading out on a Friday or Saturday, keep in mind that the theater gets busy.
Paragon Dance Center provides easy access to an adjacent lot.
Paragon Dance Center offers safe bike parking outside.
A sprawling mandala design covers the floor of Plaza de Anaya's main dance studio, welcoming dancers in with warmth and beauty. Amid that artistic setting, seasoned instructors teach dance styles from around the world that include belly dancing, barefoot flamenco, and anaya tribal dancing. Cultural gatherings are an important part of the school's community, which is why the studio also schedules an array of monthly events and workshops that might be dance-based or include henna tattoos that dance when you pinch them.
Come and see the theatrical offerings at Dance 101 in Tempe.
Next time you're in the neighborhood, this theater should be at the top of your list with their amazing restaurant.
Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to this theater — they'll love the scene here as much as mom and dad.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Although La Vita E Bella is physically distant from its Italian roots, it preserves one of the most important parts of home: the coast. Seafood infuses its menu—from appetizers of garlic-marinated octopus to the Siciliana pizza, topped with tuna, onions, kalamata olives, and capers. The kitchen's emphasis on freshness persists beyond its sautéed prawns, though. Owner Giuseppe Forte heads out multiple times a week to purchase groceries for his chefs, ensuring that their bruschetta and pollo cacciatora contain crisp veggies and fresh herbs. Then there’s the crepes—three kinds enveloping such Old-World ingredients as champignon mushrooms and prosciutto di parma.
Yet it’s pizzas that form the base of the menu. More than 20 specialty-topping combinations include the salsiccia, which boasts sausage and broccoli, and the gorgonzola, which mixes its namesake cheese with walnuts. As diners match their slices to a selection from the sprawling wine list, they can tune in to the lilt of live accordion music, which evokes the ambiance of Italy's streets and keeps dates from trying to fill conversational pauses by reciting their favorite Matlock plotlines.