Quema Fit

Quema means “burn” in Spanish- and we promise to get you doing just that! Quema fuses elements of interval training, pilates, ballet and yoga for a sweat filled, heart-pumping, body burning fitness experience. Our classes are always different but each 55 minute workout aims to target your entire body- you can expect about 25% upper body, 25% core 50% lower body strength training partnered with dynamic cardio and stretching. Our instructors are professional dancers- they’ll keep you transitioning seamlessly from one movement to the next and set the workout to a killer soundtrack. What makes Quema different? Intensity and intention come together to help you build the mental and physical stamina to achieve the results you’ve been looking for on and off the dance-floor.  No jeans please! You will sweat. Yoga mats encouraged.


Heels 

Merging elements of jazz, hip-hop, latin styles and burlesque this style is one of the most popular around the world. Dancers will be lead through a warm-up and spend the remainder of class focusing on dance technique and learning choreography. Some dance experience preferred. Class is open to all genders. Heels are recommended but not required. Class time is 55 minutes.


Adult Absolute Beginner Ballet

No ballet experience? No problem! Our absolute beginner ballet class is geared towards adults who want to understand the fundamentals of Ballet. You’ll learn positions, vocabulary and concepts in this slow-paced and accessible class. Open to anyone with a desire to learn! Wear comfortable clothing you can move in and socks or ballet shoes. No leotards required. (; Class time is 55 minutes.


Intermediate Latin/Jazz Progressions

This class is intended for upper-level beginners who are ready to stretch their dancing, practice technique for turns and extensions, and unwind from the week with a fun dance class. Progressions are short combos that move across the floor. Elements of salsa, bachata, cha cha, jazz, and contemporary technique fuse together in this 55 minute class sure to get your heart rate up. Wear jazz shoes or socks and clothes that stretch.