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Adult Dance Classes

Returning in September 2024!

Adult Dance Classes

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Haitian Dance

Instructor: Peniel Guerrier

Haiti, the second independent republic in the Americas, partakes of three cultural sources: African, American, and European. The dances and culture of Haiti have been extremely important in the development of American dance, thanks to the pioneering work of Katherine Dunham. Peniel Guerrier draws on his extensive knowledge of Haitian folkloric dance to create original combinations within the different traditional Haitian rhythms. His dances enhance the energy and flow of traditional forms with beautiful, vivid body shapes. 

Kongobeats

Instructor: Eto'o Tsana

Central African fitness and dance class. Congolese is a core centered, hip rhythmic, and high energy class that focuses on exploring movement styles from the HEART of Africa; The Democratic Republic of the Congo, and the Republic of the Congo.

Just Dance

Instructor: Anika Newball

The world-famous Just Dance video game brought to life with Nika! Come dance, sweat, vibe, and have fun with Nika as we explore the diverse styles of dance to some of your favorite hits. Every week we go deeper into each genre through floor exercises, energetic routines, and more. Similar to the popular Just Dance game, Nika curates an atmosphere to get the body moving, enjoy yourself, and learn new moves in a judgment free zone. The level ranges from easy, intermediate to advanced choreography. Classes are open to all levels.

Take Jamm

Instructor: Darren Bankss

Take Jamm Tuesdays is a series of open-level choreography dance classes curated in 2018 by Darren Eveillard, aka Darren Bankss. This is a judgement free space open to all adults over the age of 18, regardless of professional dance training. During class, you will go through a series of stretches, warm-ups, and across the floor movement, rooting back to the Afro-Caribbean Diaspora. Each class will end with choreography with the goal of spreading awareness and knowledge of Caribbean Dance. Be sure to bring your rag, flag, water, and of course an open mind!

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