The joy of movement
I’ve been teaching group exercise classes since 2000. I strive to provide a high-energy, positive experience in which everyone feels welcomed, successful, and empowered to realize the joy of movement and music. I believe that movement is medicine for the soul, not just the body. The focus in my classes is on feeling good, sensing your own beauty and strength, and celebrating life. Moving together is also one of the best ways to build community. Join us in class! And look for my upcoming book The Joy of Movement in January 2020. Sign up for my monthly email newsletter to receive a sneak peak and other exclusives before the book is released.
PALO ALTO RECREATION
Drop-In Group Classes
Tues 8:45-9:45 AM Cardio Dance
A high-energy, low-impact dance-fitness workout set to Top 40 Dance and Pop Music hits. Each song has its own follow-along choreography that integrates traditional fitness moves with elements of jazz, modern, and hip-hop dance. No dance experience necessary; modify the moves to make them yours!
Thurs 8:45-9:45 AM BollyX
A high-energy, low-impact dance-fitness workout set to the hottest music from Bollywood films and the U.S. Top 40 Music Charts. The dynamic, expressive, and fun follow-along choreography will get you moving, sweating, and smiling. Get ready to unleash your inner diva and rockstar!
These classes are held in the beautiful ballroom of the Lucie Stern Community Center in Palo Alto, CA.
$10 drop-in or purchase discounted packages. First class is free (on-site registration required).
Drop-In Group Classes Open to the Public
I teach Cardio Dance and BollyX for the Stanford Aerobics and Yoga Program.
Schedule varies by quarter. Check out the calendar to see the latest weekly line-up!
These classes are open to the general community. $7 drop-in or purchase a discounted quarterly pass.
Drop-In Group Classes Open to the Stanford Community
305 Fitness® is an addictive cardio dance party set to a DJ mix of pop and hip hop music. The focus is on high-energy, fun, full-body moves, so you can get you heart rate up and release endorphins. A ten minute strength-training segment will leave you feeling empowered. (305fitness.com)
These classes are open only to Stanford students, faculty, staff, and alumni. To attend, you must purchase a quarterly all-access pass to the group fitness program.