Discover the joy and health benefits in movement with two new Laura Fremont classes. Laura’s career as a dancer, choreographer, teacher and movement mentor spanned over 30 years in Los Angeles, throughout the United States and abroad where she has instructed and mentored youths and adults. Let’s dance!
The contemporary jazz class includes stretching and strengthening warmups, progressive movement phrases, groovy dance routines and more. Expand your range of motion, enliven your joint functionality, enhance your brain power and engage your creative spirit. The contemporary jazz class begins Wednesday, May 11, at 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Clubhouse 5 Fitness Room. Purchase a punch card at the Clubhouse 5 office or Community Center Recreation office. The first class is free, $25 for five classes.
Tap Dance and Rhythms
What’s more fun than listening to music from your favorite decades? Tap dancing to these beloved tunes! Standing, sitting, using your assistive rocker or cane—as long as you feel the beat, you’re tap dancing. This class includes a basic warmup and easy exercise, rhythms to stretch your mind and inner dancer, and a routine to engage your creative/performance skills. Stay an additional 20 minutes to challenge your dance with speed and augmented moves. A new Wednesday tap dance and rhythms class begins May 11 and will be offered in the Clubhouse 5 Fitness Room weekly at 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The Thursday class already underway since January meets weekly at 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Purchase a punch card at the Clubhouse 5 office or Community Center Recreation office. The first class is free, $25 for five classes.
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