Saturday, May 20th 1:00pm - 3:00pm
FWAFA Dance Studio A
Instructor: Laura Barbee
Practicing GYROKINESIS complements the art of dancing in a unique three dimensional way. The movements are simultaneously challenging and healing. It can both prepare and repair the body. GYROKINESIS opens and balances the body to be ready for movement of all kinds. In this class with certified trainer Laura Barbee, students will explore GYROKINESIS sequences, individual modifications for the body, and learn movements that will be easily taken home in their tool belt for future use!
Supplies: Each student will need to bring a mat or towel.
World Dance Workshops
DANCE AROUND THE WORLD WITH US!
(no passport required)
Join us for this fun and energetic series of Dance Workshops that focus on different styles of dance from around the world! From Ireland to India, our World Dance Workshops will take dancers on a trip around the world that will be sure to excite and inspire young minds.
- OPEN TO ALL 7-12 YEAR OLDS
- NO PRIOR DANCE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
- ALL CLASSES ARE $25.00/EACH
- SPACES ARE LIMITED - REGISTER TODAY!
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Saturday, April 8th 10:00am - Noon
FWAFA Dance Studio C
Instructor: Jackie Millan
This is a fun, high energy class inspired by the dancing seen in Indian films. Bollywood is a unique style that combines traditional Indian folk and classical dance with jazz, hip hop, and belly dance. The dancing, much like the music, will be energetic and lively! Students will learn intricate footwork, mudras (hand gestures), and head and eye movement in addition to technique and choreography. Students will learn the basics in a positive and fun atmosphere.
Saturday, March 25th 10:00am – Noon
FWAFA Dance Studio C
Instructor: Tina Mullone
This is an introduction to the contemporary African dance technique known as "Umfundalai." It is a technique that introduces dance vocabulary from the African Diaspora. Created by Dr. Kariamu Asante, Professor of Dance at Temple University in Philadelphia, "Umfundalai" means "essential" or "essence" in Kiswahili. This will be a fun, eye-opening and invigorating class for all!
Clothing: Female dancers must wear a lapa to cover the hips (any type of Sarong or wrap skirt will work) and male dancers must wear movable pants.