These classes are perfect adults and teens who are new to dance or looking to get back into it after some time off!

ALL OF OUR EVENING SUMMER CLASSES ARE DROP-INS

THAT MEANS YOU DON’T HAVE TO REGISTER IN ADVANCE, JUST SHOW UP FOR CLASS!

WE HAVE THREE OPTIONS FOR PAYMENT:

  • Pay as you go (cash, check, credit/debit card, or charge studio account)

    • $12 for 60min classes

    • $16 for 90min classes

  • Purchase a 10-Class Card online (doesn’t expire and can be shared by family members)

    • $100 for 60min Class Card

    • $140 for 90min Class Card

  • Purchase an Unlimited Summer Drop-in Pass (expires 8/22/19 and cannot be shared by family members)

    • $220 for 60min Classes

    • $350 for 90min Classes (If you purchase a 90min Class Unlimited Drop-in Pass, you can also use it for 60min classes)

Yoga, Mondays, 7-8pm

Open to everyone! Beginners, experienced yoga practitioners, and dancers welcome, age 10 and up.

 

Adult Dance Sampler, Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm

This class is for teens and adults who are new to dance are getting back into after some time off.  We will rotate each week between Hip Hop, Ballet, Jazz, and Modern dance.

Adult Tap, Tuesdays, 7:30-8:30pm

For teens and adults, all levels of experience welcome!

 

Basic Belly Dance Technique, Wednesdays, 7-8pm

Learn the foundations of Belly Dance with members of 47 North Belly Dance.  Perfect for beginners or those looking to clean up their technique. Age 14 and up.

                                                                                                    

Intermediate/Advanced Belly Dance, Wednesdays, 8-9pm

Work on more advanced layering techniques and trickier combos in a Tribal Fusion based Belly Dance class. Experience recommended. Age 14 and up.

Feldenkrais – 60 minutes –3 and 6 Week Sessions scheduled regularly – ages 12+ , fees paid directly to instructor Debra Goldman

An Awareness Through Movement® lesson offers a respite from a focus on effort and results to a focus on pleasure and process, which ultimately leads to an improvement in both daily functioning and artistic performance. A lesson consists of a series of movements each repeated many times and accompanied by specific attention to parts of the body. Through oral instruction, the teacher guides both the students’ movements and attention. Typically in the beginning of a lesson, movements are small and slow. As the lesson progresses, students are often guided to incrementally increase the range of their movements and, occasionally, experiment with speed changes. The atmosphere of a lesson is one of non-judgmental curiosity and inner focus. General benefits include a decrease in pain and restriction and an increase in the coordination, flexibility, balance, and pleasure of movement. Dancers and other performers typically experience an increase in creativity, articulation, expression, and intentionality in movement. Beyond the effects on movement, after a lesson students typically feel rejuvenated, refreshed, and in a more peaceful frame of mind.