“Dancing is an expression, a freeing experience." Turns out, dancing in the grass on the Eastern Prom, with Casco Bay as a backdrop, makes the experience even sweeter.
Now is probably a good time to acquire a fitness routine, both because it's good for your health and also to prevent yourself from going downright stir crazy in your living room in the coming weeks. Supporting a local studio/gym/trainer sure is swell, too.
Learn the art of rollerdance with Dance Skate Club in Portland! It's dancing on roller skates! At its core, it's about moving your body in a unique and fun way, but if you pick up some rad moves you can bust out on the rink, even better.
There are so many entertaining ways to exercise your bod around here – fitness classes that involve hula hoops and
During a Zumba class at Happy Wheels, the music is upbeat and loud, the disco balls are going, and the rink is filled with colorful lights and Zumba dancers of all levels.
The Tuesday night classes, taught by Marita Kennedy-Castro, feature live drumming accompaniment from a talented crew of local drummers and are open to dancers of all levels.
The YMCA of Southern Maine's Try the Y campaign, which runs from Jan 2-5, 2019 at all four branches (Portland, Biddeford, Freeport, and New Gloucester), invites you to check out the YMCA for FREE. Enjoy group fitness classes, pool, sauna, weight room, and more.
SHiNE Dance Fitness combines moves from jazz, hip hop, and ballet into simple choreography set to upbeat dance music of the modern day. In other words, it's dancing!
The music is loud, everyone's moving and sweating, and all that focus on remembering the choreography means your noggin gets a bit of a workout along with the rest of you.
The weekly dances, which alternate Wednesday and Friday nights, include a half-hour beginner lesson at the beginning, followed by a couple of hours of open dance.