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356A Sunrise Hwy, West Babylon, NY 11704
tel. 631-482-9720
classes
Zumba
Cardio Fusion
Pole Dancing
Kickboxing
Yoga
Pilates
 
Zumba:
Do you like to dance? Burn hundred’s of calories while dancing to latin influenced music, and all different types of music genres mixed in to keep you moving! This class will be the fastest hour of your day and you are guaranteed to enjoy every minute of it. Zumba is a great cardio workout for the student who loves music and dancing. Not coordinated? Don’t worry most of our Zumba classes are done in a low lit room so no one is watching and you’re comfortable to move at your own pace, where there’s no such thing as a mistake!
Class begins with a dynamic warm-up and end with a cool down and some static stretching. The workout portion is broken down by song, each with a different dance routine. Each instructor adds their own flair, dance steps or even create an entirely new routine to their favorite songs. Common moves in class are mambas, V-steps with exaggerated hips, cha-cha-chas and side touches.
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Cardio Kickboxing:
If you have been looking for a kick-butt, sweat pouring, aggression releasing, power punching, workout for the “bored with the spa scene” raging kickboxer deep inside us all, then this kickboxing class is for you!!!
This intense, total-body workout can improve strength, aerobic fitness, flexibility, coordination, and balance. You can burn from 500 to 800 calories, which is up to twice the calories you burn during a one-hour step-aerobics class.
Cardio kickboxing combines aerobics, boxing, and martial arts that blends athletic drills with martial arts to create an intense cardiovascular workout.
Cardio Kickboxing classes can be a great alternative for people who have become bored with weight-room cardiovascular activities, such as brisk walking or jogging on a treadmill. They also provide an option for people who enjoy the "semi-dance" movements found in aerobics or step classes.
*This workout does NOT use punching bags, gloves, or pads
 
Cardio Funk:
A cardio dance class fit for all levels! Sweat it out to your favorite hip hop and pop songs, old and new, while building cardiovascular endurance and strength. This class blends cardio drills, strength training and dance, allowing you will challenge yourself in a new way with short easy to follow choreographed dance routines combining elements of hip hop, modern and jazz.
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Pole Fitness:
Intro to Pole
New to Pole Dancing? Then is the class for you.
If you have never tried this before or have taken a few classes somewhere else, we require that you take the INTRO TO POLE class at least once. You will most likely want to take it 3 to 6 times before moving on to the next level. You should be able to do all the basic moves comfortably and safely on both sides before progressing into Open Level Classes (Level 1/2) where you will be expected to know the basic moves. Here is a list of things you will learn in our super fun Intro to Pole Class:
• Walking Around the Pole
• Body Rolls/Waves
• Dip, Lift & Fold
• Basic Beginner Spins
• Dismounts to Floor
• Fan Kicks
• Pole Strengthening Exercises
Open Level Pole (Level 1/Level 2)
Must have taken at least one or two INTRO TO POLE classes (3 to 6 is recommended).
It's time to take what you have learned in our Intro to Pole classes and bring it to the next level. In this exhilarating pole class, you will not only
have a great time, but you will also get an amazing cardio and strength training full body work out! Learn exciting new spins, challenging floor work, and several types of climbs, all while building your strength to prepare you for inversions. In this class, the instructor will teach to level 1 moves (invert prep) and advance them to your ability if you are ready to learn basic inversions. Teachers are open to student suggestions on moves they would like to work on that day. Basic spins and transitions that are taught will be put together in a small routine at the end of class.
 
POLE FAQ
What should I wear for pole class?
You should wear short shorts and a tank top. Sports Bras are recommended for protection and support. We need to have a lot of skin exposed, as you need to stick to the pole. Fabric will slide right off the pole, giving you no grip. *Under garments are not appropriate attire and you will not be allowed to participate if wearing only under garments.
What if I show up late? Can I still join the class?
You are required to show up at least 10-15 min ahead of class, as we have a strict no late entry policy. Be here early enough to change and be ready to start class on time, or you will not be let in and will not be refunded for the class you missed.
Do I need to sign up in advance or can I just drop in for class?
Classes fill up quickly, so you are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible to the class you would like to attend, to ensure your spot in class. We do accept walk in students if there is an open space in class.
Do I need any dance background?
No you don’t. You will learn everything you need to know at our classes. Start in the beginner classes on the schedule, and slowly work your way up when you feel ready to.
I have no upper body strength, will that be a problem?
It is not a problem. Our job is to get you stronger quickly. We will teach you everything you need to know on how to become stronger in your upper body, core and all over body fitness.
Should I bring my high heels to pole classes?
Heels are not required, especially for those of you with no pole dance experience. You will work your way up to adding the weight of the heels to your workout if you would like to use them later on. Heels look great but make it harder initially. Street shoes are not allowed; you will be allowed to wear only heels that have a proper rubber bottom, as they are safer and appropriate for this workout. Regular high heels are not allowed.
What else should I know?
You should NOT wear ANY lotion on your hands and legs the day of POLE FITNESS class. Sweating will release the lotion back to the surface, and you will be sliding off the pole. Leave your jewelry at home it could cause damage to our apparatuses and you will be held responsible.
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Vinyasa yoga:
This class is a flowing, movement based yoga. Using the breath to guide the body and move in and out of various postures. Vinyasa yoga is open to all levels of yogi's, a will challenge you wherever you are on your yoga journey. You will build strength, balance, flexibility, and a peace of mind.
 
Warm Vinyasa Yoga
This class is similar to Vinyasa Yoga above, however it is performed in a room w/a temperature of approximately 85 degrees.
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Pilates:
Pilates is a form of exercise, developed by Joseph Pilates, which emphasizes the balanced development of the body through core strength, flexibility, and awareness in order to support efficient, graceful movement.
The top benefits doing of Pilates exercise that people report are that they become stronger, longer, leaner, and more able to do anything with grace and ease.
Core strength and torso stability, along with the six Pilates principles, set the Pilates method apart from many other types of exercise. Weight lifting, for example, can put a lot of attention on arm or leg strength without attending much to the fact that those parts are connected to the rest of the body! Even running or swimming can seem like all arms and legs, with either a floppy or overly tense core. Ultimately those who really succeed at their sport learn to use their core muscles, but in Pilates this integrative approach is learned from the beginning.
As you develop your core strength you develop stability throughout your entire torso. This is one of the ways Pilates helps people overcome back pain. As the trunk is properly stabilized, pressure on the back is relieved and the body is able to move freely and efficiently.
Pilates is the best way to maintain a strong core, enhancing one’s strength & flexibility.
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