HIP-HOP – THE DANCE WAREHOUSE, FORT MYERS
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.