If you have participated in ballet class or perhaps have not danced in many years, this class is for you. Gain an understanding of the order of the barre and the basic elements of ballet. Dancers should wear appropriate attire - tights, leotard, and ballet shoes.
This course is designed for the beginner to enjoy learning the basic steps of two popular ballroom dances, Fox Trot, and Swing. The course focuses on quality of movement over quantity of moves and teaches some fun easy movements. By the end of the session, you will be able recognize the beats of the two dances in modern music and have fun including them in your social events, bull roasts and receptions. Partners are encouraged but not required. Leather bottom shoes are recommended at this location.
If you've ever wondered how dancers maneuver a prop AND dance, then this is your chance! Learn how to multi-task like a champ!
It's 8 weeks of props! The first 4 weeks will be learning how to use a veil. The second 4 weeks will be learning how to use a cane/stick.
Both are great workouts for your arms- and then some! You'll learn how to shimmy, shake, and undulate all while using a prop!
Whether you're completely new to bellydance or have taken a few classes, there is plenty to learn!
The veil can be any fabric as long as it is sheer and 3 yards long. The cane can be a wooden dowel from any hardware store. If you'd like to purchase a fancy version online- feel free!
Learn the basic discipline of Pilates. Topics include proper breathing techniques, reaching deep muscles for strengthening and toning, and achieving correct body postures. Dress comfortably; bring a mat, blanket, or large towel.
If you've already taken Introduction to Pilates and are looking for the next step, this class is for you. Previous Pilates experience is highly recommended. This class will allow you to experience deeper core work. Wear comfortable, moveable clothing.