EVENING LINE DANCE
Designed for the beginner, line dance routines will be taught containing short sequences of steps, with easy to follow instructions. No previous dance experience or partner required. Come join the fun! You will be glad you did. Wear non-marking soled shoes. You do not have to be a member of LSCO to participate.
LINE DANCING: Experienced
This class is for experienced line dancers. Please wear clean, non marking footwear.
LINE DANCING: Intermediate to Experienced
This class is for the intermediate to experienced line dancer.
LINE DANCING: Beginner
This is the perfect class for the beginner. Did you know studies have shown that dancing can be great help in areas of memory, balance, the cardiovascular system and vertigo? Now that’s reason enough for men and women to get their dancing shoes on.
Step in and dance your body beautiful! Nia inspired Movement Medicine is a celebration of the way your body moves. A blend of dance, sing a long music, martial and healing arts, that create a playful practice of loving and living in your body. Movement Medicine invites inspiration, exploration, ease and flow.
SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE
Both men and women are welcome to participate in this low impact style of dance. Wear comfortable clothes and non-marking soled shoes. Please register at the Administration Desk.
This easy to follow program lets you move to upbeat music at your own speed. It is an invigorating class that provides modified, low impact moves for active adults. Wear comfortable clothes, indoor footwear and bring a water bottle.
Are you ready for a fun “feel happy” workout that is both for the body and mind? If so, then Zumba is for you! A fusion of Latin and International music and dance combinations will have you moving to a blend of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Add a little Latin flavour to your workout! Bring your water bottle and dress appropriately to glow (sweat).
Zumba Toning is a cardio workout aimed at sculpting and toning specific muscles groups, working the thighs, abs, and arms by using toning sticks (filled with sand typically between one and three pounds). Move to the rhythm of the Latin-inspired dance and international music beats. The classes feature several minutes of cardio work interspersed with strength training. Regular weights can also be used in a Zumba Toning class, however may not be as easy to use. Come give it a try!