Dancing is not just for the clubs when it comes to the 305. Some of Miami’s best fitness studio and incredible instructors get you to sweat all through shaking your tail feather. So where should you dance it out in 2019? Here’s our list of the five must-try Miami fitness inspired dance studios.
DanceBody DanceBody is a dynamic, dance-inspired fitness class that incorporates aerobic dance cardio, strength, plyometrics, stretching, and isolated muscle work that tightens and tones every muscle. The philosophy behind DanceBody is to define your body to resemble the physique of a dancer through feel-good motivation and training that empowers the mind. This full-body workout is easy to follow and set to energetic music. Each dance is choreographed to transform
Equinox Pump up the jams at this premier gym. Equinox offers clients a variety of dance classes to choose from. Class range from Latin music inspired Zumba classes to cardio-centric classes such as Body Language. Give Skyler Roger ’s class “Sykbeat” a try – its a plyometric and aerobic based dance class
The Vixen Workout Ever wanted to feel like you were the star of the stage? Then The Vixen Workout is perfect for you. This dance fitness format uses choreography, killer music remixes, and stage lighting so you can experience the limelight. The Vixen Workout creates an environment where you can release your emotions, connect to your body, and experience a sense of community. Classes, while fun, are also effective. Clients burn anywhere between 400 to over 1,000 calories.
Body & Soul Sweat to beat at Body & Soul. Move your hips in one of their Zumba classes or try one of their signature classes like the Jam Sessions or Videosynce. In Jam Sessions, clients get to groove to the music in an easy to follow dance fusion class that combines the sculpting exercises with easy, upbeat and rhythmic dance moves. A perfect class for anyone trying dance fitness for the first time.
Powerumba Fitness Created by fitness instructors Martin del Villar and Pola Mochón, Powerumba is a dance fitness class based on the moves from salsa, reggaeton, merengue, samba, bachata, and more. The main objective of the class is to improve the client’s strength and coordination through dance, while simultaneously