Is it a Zumba Class?
There are so many Zumba classes in Seattle. While I did start out as a Zumba Instructor, I knew right away that I was going to use my background in hip hop and either feature adult hip hop fusion fitness classes, or start a performance group.
It’s a unique dance fitness program developed and choreographed by Jennifer Cepeda.
This high energy dance class offers intermediate to advanced footwork and arm work with style.
It’s choreography heavy, mixed with simpler, dance fitness choreography. This is what makes DancePowered stand out from other dance fitness formats. It constantly evolves and challenges. New movement is constantly introduced to keep everyone challenged and learning. It’s an exciting and fast paced fusion of dance genres, styles and music!
What kind of music is played?
Today’s hits mixed with yesterday’s favorites. Hip Hop, Pop, DanceHall with some great classics mixed in. Members often leave asking for a copy of the playlist : )
What are the dance moves like?
This format pulls movement from every dance genre and fits the tone of the music. While there are basic moves from many genres of music, this class challenges you with new movement, trending dance styles, and new and challenging choreography.
Check us out on our Youtube Channel and see for yourselves!
What to expect in class:
The DancePowered format is typically an hour of dancing with anywhere from 15-17 songs taught within the hour, using simple to intermediate choreography, high in style, keeping dancers engaged and wanting more!
Participants are encouraged to learn at their own pace and comfort level.
There is no pressure to be perfect or expectation to pick-up quickly.
We want you to feel inspired and happy when you leave class!
Last but not least, a welcoming and friendly environment is a must. Come as a group or come alone, this is a great environment and community to learn with!
*side effects may include:?
Sudden boldness on the dance floor, irresistible urge to dance at work, entertaining your friends while likely horrifying your children with your dance demonstrations.