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    Dance Jam

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    Dance Jam is a high energy dance class offering easy to follow choreography mixed with some intermediate footwork. It’s the perfect class for working out the stress of the day while getting a great workout in a fun atmosphere. Dance Jam is a class that welcomes all levels on the road to being larger than life and celebrates the rebel in all of us. Dance Jam is 50 minutes of follow-along dance. Participants are free to learn at their own pace and encouraged to make the moves their own. You don’t have to move like anyone else, only yourself. Dance Jam uses hip hop, dance, pop and k-pop songs, with the occasional rockabilly song thrown in to mix it up. Drop in and join the fun!
    Dance Jam

    6108 Roosevelt Way NE, New York

    • De-stress and work out in a fun, high-energy dance class with Dance Jam
    • Release your inner rebel while dancing along to hip hop, pop and even k-pop songs
    • Move at your own pace in a comfortable, welcoming environment
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    6 positive reviews
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    Oula Dance

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    Let loose and dance out those daily stresses in this easy to follow, high energy dance fitness class that will make your treadmill routine a thing of the past. From warm-up to cool-down, you'll experience a combination of interval training and fat burning disguised with the the fun of dance. Your professional instructor will show you the moves and keep you motivated as you sweat to a soundtrack of Top 40 dance hits. With each new step, you'll feel yourself come alive as you burn calories and bring a renewed sense of energy and excitement to your body.
    Oula Dance

    4501 Interlake Ave N, Seattle

    • Get your body moving and dance it out to some Top 40s dance hits
    • Follow the footwork of your professional instructor as you work up a sweat
    • Experience an exceptional cardio workout
    • Take your love of dance to a whole new level
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    12 positive reviews
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    Zumba

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    Are you the type of person that looks at a treadmill and thinks: "Sooooo boring but I guess I have to do it." If only you could burn a lot of calories while having a great time. Oh wait- how about the zumba class at Community Fitness? Combining traditional aerobics with spicy Latin beats, zumba will allow you to get fit and have fun at the same time. A typical class burns between 500-1000 calories! After a quick warm-up, you'll feel the rhythm in a song or two. Twin projector screens will enable you to see exactly what your experienced instructors are doing on stage. Join the party!
    Zumba

    6108 Roosevelt Way NE, New York

    • Experience Zumba, a combination of fun Latin dance steps and high-energy music
    • Spice up your workout with salsa and merengue steps fused with calorie-blasting fitness moves
    • Have an exciting time toning your entire body and watching the pounds melt away
    • No experience necessary
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    6 positive reviews
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    Zumba

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    If you aren't getting down with Zumba, chances are you aren't getting the most fun out of your workout. This popular dance/exercise hybrid takes the energy of the club and fuses it with a calorie-burning, heart-pounding workout that get you into serious shape while you have a blast. In this all-levels class, you'll tone up while tuning in to hot Latin beats that will keep you moving. Your professional instructor will guide you along and provide motivation you as you master new moves and turn up the heat with fellow classmates. You'll leave feeling energized, inspired, and ready to come back next week for some more!
    Zumba

    4501 Interlake Ave N, Seattle

    • Get your body moving and dance along to hot Latin beats
    • Follow the footwork of your professional instructor as you work up a sweat
    • Tone your body and increase your energy
    • Bring the fun of a dance party into your workout routine
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    12 positive reviews

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