By: Adrienne Washington
Tagged with: Business, Dance, People
Seattle Dance Fitness’s new Shoreline location instructs social distancing classes with mind, body positive message
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Jessica Gleason, owner of Seattle Dance Fitness, opened her first dance studio last fall after teaching online dance classes since the pandemic began in March 2020.
Gleason first found her love for dance fitness after participating in Zumba classes and teaching little kids’ creative movement classes at her local gym. Now she is transitioning that love to her new studio.
Located in north Shoreline across from Aurora Village, the new dance studio opened its doors to the public in the fall of last year. Dance students can attend via Zoom or in-person at the new location, participating in non-performative hip-hop dance with a mind- and body-positive message.
The studio features dance fitness, an increasingly popular workout where students participate in group freestyle dancing while getting the benefits of a full body aerobic workout...