Join us for a fun program as we gather and celebrate music and dance from the 70's, 80's, 90's and 00's. Dancing is a great way to keep our bodies and minds healthy! We all know that cardio is good for our bodies, but dance also helps us re-energize, manage stress (by activating our parasympathetic nervous system), and increase happiness (music releases endorphins!) Plus it's great for balance and flexibility.
You will have the opportunity to suggest your favorite songs for our playlist, and our instructor Pamela will lead you in easy to follow dance routines that will make you feel energized, successful, and happy to be moving.
No dance experience needed - this is open for beginners with easy-to-follow dance steps. It's a great opportunity to have a fun activity with your friends and teens!
Thursdays | 7:30 - 8:15 pm
June 15 - July 20 (6-weeks - you choose which sessions you'll attend)
The Philip Heit Center (150 W. Main St, New Albany)
We may meet outdoors or indoors (depending on weather)
Pricing is based on the number of sessions you choose (the more sessions = lower price per class)
A single session is $16/class
If you sign up for all 6 sessions, it's $12/class (total of $72)
Please note: if you want to add additional sessions after your initial registration, simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (pricing will reset each time, so previous registrations won't apply towards prorated pricing)
About the Instructor:
Pamela Conn is a native of Ecuador who has lived in the US for 28 years. Her background is in Marketing and Business Administration, but for the past 15 years she has dedicated herself to learning and teaching Dance Fitness. For the past 6 years she has taught Strength Training and is also a Certified Personal Trainer and Functional Nutritionist. Pamela is the founder and owner of Columbus Fit Life LLC, and she works work with companies large and small to bring customized wellness programs to their workplace; including Chase Bank, Otterbein University, America's Floor Source, Proyecto Mariposas, Life Cycle Direct Primary Care, and more. She has been the Chair and Organizer of the Lifestyle Fitness Arnold Sports Festival since 2015. Pamela's true passion is for people and her mission is to help students learn about their bodies in a way to empower them to be their best and healthiest selves no matter their age! She is happily married with two children (22 and 18) who are both attending OSU.