Gulf & Main - - To Your Health -

Ex­er­cise en­thu­si­asts who most en­joy the reg­gae­ton songs and funky street-style rou­tines in their Zumba fit­ness classes will feel at home in an open-level hiphop class. Male and fe­male stu­dents, col­lege age and up, gather at the Dance Ware­house in Fort My­ers weekly to learn en­er­getic rou­tines. Artis­tic direc­tor Ch­eryl L. Sing­ton en­cour­ages any­one who en­joys mu­sic and mov­ing to par­tic­i­pate—with or with­out pre­vi­ous dance ex­pe­ri­ence. The small classes at the Dance Ware­house range from 30 min­utes to two hours, so new dancers can start with shorter ses­sions. Sing­ton firmly be­lieves that dance fa­cil­i­tates “mus­cle mem­ory, fun, neu­ro­log­i­cal im­prove­ment, fun, over­all health and [more] fun.” What­ever your age and which­ever style strikes your fancy, turn up the mu­sic and get mov­ing. Ali­son Roberts-Tse has been hap­haz­ardly scrib­bling in jour­nals since she was a small-town small fry. She has de­grees in com­mu­ni­ca­tions and dance from the Univer­sity of Wis­con­sin, Madi­son. She now lives in Lon­don, spends time on Sani­bel and ob­ses­sively plans get­aways, both near and far.

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