Shine Alternative Fitness helps all types of fitness goers achieve health goals. Named one of the 20 “Coolest Clubs in America” in Shape magazine’s 2013 Gym Awards, the center’s founders are both Cirque du Soleil veterans: Dima Shine, a solo artist in Cirque du Soleil’s Zumanity, and Russ Petroni, Cirque du Soleil’s Las Vegas production manager.
The duo’s passion for performance arts shines through in each of their classes. In their Aerial Fitness classes, for example, students develop upper body, core, and grip strength while wrapped in silks that hang from the ceiling. Meanwhile, antigravity classes have students striking balancing poses while suspended in the air by silk hammocks. To round out their coursework, the team also offers an array of more traditional gym classes, from Xtreme Boxing to Abs & Body, Ballet and Flexibility.
If you're looking for a way to switch up your tired routine, Kingman's All Starz Academy of Gymnastics and Dance is the place for you.
All Starz Academy of Gymnastics and Dance features dance classes that will make anyone great on their feet.
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Occupying 13,000 square feet, Desert Gymcats is just plain gigantic. The high-end gymnastics and dance training facility for children under 18 years old offers a full-size, in-ground trampoline, Olympic specification gymnastics equipment, such as the vault, uneven bars, and balance beams, and an in-ground landing pit filled with cotton candy. Additionally, a spacious onsite dance studio offers a mirror-lined space where students can take tap, jazz, and ballet to improve their coordination and posture. This massive amount of resources makes Desert Gymcats an ideal place for kids to train, work out, and build strength as they also gain flexibility and increase their confidence.
Led by Stacy Carrero, who has a masters in education and has owned Gymcats since 1976, the staff are all safety-certified USA gymnastics instructors, and teach everything from preschool-age tumbling classes to advanced cheer sessions.. And in addition to recreational classes, Desert Gymcats offers competitive team training as well to help students take their gymnastics skills to the next level.
Sarah Guillot-Guyard, a current performer with Cirque du Soleil, brings students as young as three into her world of performance at Cirquefit. She offers different circus-themed classes, such as trapeze, acrobatics, and even a class that features tightrope walking and juggling. Different as the classes may be, each aims to help kids develop motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and many other attributes that can help them artfully escape from chores behind a plume of smoke.
Are you ready for a spectacular night out in Las Vegas? Fern Adair Conservatory of the Arts has just the theater you need.
If you've worked up an appetite, no worries! This theater also has a fabulous restaurant.
No need to splurge on a baby sitter — tots will be right at home at this theater.
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It started as a cheerleading academy, but there's more to Vegas Cheer Authority than its name implies. Founded to help continue the growth and development in the sport of cheerleading, VCA still aims to instill powerful values in its young athletes, but the school has now expanded to include dance as well as cheer. Students perfect their skills during both recreational classes and competitive teams. Whether mastering a tumbling pass, flying through the air, or nailing the perfect hip-hop combination, students are also learning to lead with integrity and to use determination as a key to success.