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What is Dance Fusion?
Dance Fusion is a perfect workout where fun meets fitness. It’s exciting, grooving with a professional dancer that encourages you to express and enjoy yourself to the best music. You will experience the styles Pop, Hip Hop, Bellydance, Reggae and African. Keep the temperature rising in Dance Fusion.
Who Is Dance Fusion For?
This fun class is for individuals of all fitness levels who want to move their feet.
What To Wear
The most important thing to wear is comfortable workout attire. Most people wear track pants, shorts, and t-shirts, while some are more comfortable in Lycra. You should feel comfortable enough to move and sweat.
What To Bring
Bring a towel, a water bottle, and your energy!
It is important to arrive 15 minutes before class to meet the instructor. During these 15 minutes, the instructor will ensure that you are comfortable during your first class and answer any questions you may have. The instructor will ask you such questions as:
- Have you ever exercised?
- Have you ever participated in group fitness?
- Do you have any injuries or problems that might affect your ability to participate?
Where To Stand
The best place to stand is within clear view of the instructor. It is not necessary to be at the front, but try to be in the center of the room. It is important to avoid mirrors and to concentrate on the instructor. He or she is the best source of visual technique information. Mirrors are distracting and sometimes relay unnecessary information. Mirrors might tell you that you look silly doing the moves, even though you might really be having fun. So please ignore them!
How To Approach Your First 3 Classes
It is good to attend your first couple of classes with the simple objective of learning the movements, the class format, and the basic terminology used. Try not to concentrate so much on the quality of your workout; that will come later as you become more familiar with the movements. In your first three classes, simply concentrate on the names and objectives of the moves.
Talk To the Instructor
Remember to talk to the instructor after class. For example, let him or her know how you felt and if anything was particularly challenging for you. The instructor will then make recommendations for your next class. Most of all have fun during your first experience!