Keep it "FREESTYLE" and choose from a wealth of programs for fun and effective workouts.


"Free-Fit" Body

In "Free-Fit" Body we turn your body into a fat burning furnace! Our unique program concentrates on strength, toning, and shaping the body. This class is perfect for beginners and suitable for all levels because of it's low impact focus.

Tuesday and Thursday classes work together to create a balanced program targeting specific muscle groups. This class is great for beginners and experienced fitness fanatics.

Please dress comfortably so that your movements are not restricted. Wear athletic clothing and footwear. It is also recommended to bring a hand towel and water.

All new students are recommended to have a consultation prior to working out. Contact us to set up an appointment.


Boot Camp!

This class is great for the more experienced fitness enthusiast; focusing more on High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). This can be higher impact but modifications are available for limitations and personal needs.

Please dress comfortably so that your movements are not restricted. Wear athletic clothing and footwear. It is also recommended to bring a hand towel and water.

All new students are recommended to have a consultation prior to working out. Contact us to set up an appointment.


Hip Hop

Led by Tabitha Johnson, who has been teaching dance classes for 5 years, kids will learn history, technique, terminology and choreography involving Break Dance, Locking, Popping and more!
Classes are high energy and fun, Involving games that help improve children's' motor skills, rhythm, and coordination.

 


Photo Credit: Mitya Ku

Photo Credit: Mitya Ku

Capoeira

Capoeira (pronounced kah-po-era) is a dance... No, it's a martial art... Well-it's kind of both!
To really understand the magic of this fight-dance style, once must experience it! Capoeira has something for every passion. We blend the calisthenic intensity, culture and playfulness of the Art to meet the specific needs of each student. Throughout the course of our classes you will pick up Portuguese, music, history, endurance, community and an appreciation for movement and life.

Please dress comfortably so that your movements are not restricted. We traditionally play barefoot, however shoes or soft sneakers are OK, too. No sock feet, please, as things can get slippery. It is also recommended to bring a hand towel and water.

 


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Yoga

Yoga does more than burn calories and tone muscles. It's a total mind-body workout that combines strengthening and stretching poses with deep breathing and meditation or relaxation.

 


Photo Credit: Peter Hellberg

Photo Credit: Peter Hellberg

Belly Dance

In our Belly Dance class you will learn about the dance's history, technique essential to the style, common rhythms heard in Middle Eastern and Greek music a choreography. Open to all levels. This class will offer a challenge whether you've taken belly dance before and want to hone your technique, or have never danced before.

What to bring: A hip scarf or belt, just something to wrap around your hips! Please bring water.

How to Dress: Please dress comfortably so that your movements are not restricted. We traditionally dance barefoot, however ballet shoes or soft sneakers are OK, too. No sock feet, please, as things can get slippery.


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The Hot Seat - Chair Dance

A chair can be used for more than just sitting. This class will incorporate slow, controlled, sensual movements that will help you strengthen your core and up your endurance, strength, and fluidity, all while keeping your heart rate up! You will learn a mini-routine that you can practice at home or show off to that special someone. A snug fitting, stretchy shirt and leggings are best for this class. Heels are optional.

Knee-pads or leg warmers are highly recommended.

 


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Cardio Hip Hop

Dancing is not only good for your heart but it can be good for your soul!
Who says Cardio has to FEEL like a workout? In this class you will accelerate your heart rate, burn calories, and HAVE FUN while doing it. By the way, there is no talent required for this class!

 


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Open Floor

The Dance Floor is open to all dancers.
Open Floor is free to members and does not require registration.
Those who are not a member must pay $10 to practice.
The aerial poles are not to be used unless consent has been given from our Pole Coach or Manager.

Thursday 8-10pm
$10
 (Fee is waived for members.)

 

Pole

Beginner:

This is our most basic pole class. Students won't find themselves with both feet off the floor until they have learned the bare essentials of pole dancing! Topics covered include various ways to move around the pole, transitions, basic spins, how to climb the pole, basic upright poses on the pole, "flying" moves, and inversion prep.

Intermediate:
Our intermediate class will begin with some of the more unconventional spins, slightly trickier poses on the pole, thigh grips, basic inversions, and dismounts. It will then move on to basic leg hangs and laybacks, more difficult upright poses, complex spins, and shoulder mount prep.

Advanced: (Coming soon!)
In our advanced class students will learn more creative ways to invert and mount the pole, strength/grip-based poses, and how to climb while upside-down. Once the advanced fundamentals have been covered, moves become largely feats of strength or flexibility and the curriculum becomes open as the participants will be capable of different skills.


All students must first participate in a beginner class to evaluated by a Freestyle Fitness Coach before entering an intermediate/advanced class.
For safety purposes, the manufacturers have placed a 210 lb. weight limit on the poles. However, this restriction is waived at the beginner level due to less dynamic movement.


Wear comfortable work out clothing - shorts, a sports bra, and a tank top. Leggings or yoga pants may also be worn but skin contact on the poles will help. All clothes should fit snugly. Most classes are done barefoot, though heels will be optional after your first few weeks of class. Rings, watches, and bracelets should be removed before class to avoid damaging the poles. Also, absolutely no lotion or oil should be applied the day of your class. It is also recommended to bring a hand towel and water.

"Shimmy, Shake Down" - Cardio Belly Dance
(Description coming soon)