Dance Fitness Classes In Seattle, and West Seattle
Dance Fitness | Adult Hip Hop Classes | Performances | Kids Summer Camps | Private Lessons | Gentle Hugs
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Dance In-Studio or Online
We are now teaching In-Studio in West Seattle at Viva Arts Seattle, Fremont at Balance Studio and up North in Ravenna at Community Fitness. We are looking to expand our reach and teach in other venues, so let us know if you want us in your neighborhood! We are able to offer workshops, small group privates and masterclasses with either fitness or hip hop fusion choreography.We LOVE sharing our passion for dance with all levels of dance enthusiasts, so don’t be shy to join us!
If you prefer taking classes from home, we are still live streaming our classes via zoom. Just shoot us a note to let us know you’re interested: Info@dancepowered.com
We’ve fostered a welcoming class environment for students! It’s something that people really appreciate about DancePowered classes. There are no saved spots in classes. Should you find yourself trying out the class for the first time, you’ll likely be greeted by other students who’ve been taking classes for YEARS, and understand that a welcoming class environment is an important part of the DancePowered Experience!
You’ll definitely want to pre-register for class so we can guarantee you a spot in the room! Make sure to fill out our First-Time Intake form, and let us know what class you’re interested in!
Dance for your Body & Brain!
Dance never really feels like an actual workout….it feels more like the most amazing self-care you could possibly do for yourself! The side-effects are 400-1000 calories per class, and additionally log 3000-6000 steps on your FitBit. You’ll sweat out toxins, build confidence, forget your stressful day, enjoy killer music and walk away with a kick-ass endorphin high!
There are also studies that have shown that dance is the most effective ways to keep your mental health strong through your senior years! You’re constantly burning new neural pathways when learning new dance steps, and applying them in-the-moment during class!