Alameda's Dance Classes Provider, West Coast Dance Theatre Holds Cardio Fitness Dance Party

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West Coast Dance Theatre, located in Alameda, hosts its Cardio Fitness Dance Party on Fridays and Saturdays.

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Students will enjoy this easy stretching class combined with some simple breathing exercises.

It is time to get off the couch and get your blood pumping again

West Coast Dance Theatre is dedicated to preserving quality theatre on the island of Alameda. Now in its 38th season, Artistic Director Marnell Xavier has provided the guidance and instruction that have endowed many students with skills that benefit them on the stage and in life.

Now, the West Coast Dance Theatre, Alameda’s dance classes provider, is preparing for the Cardio Fitness Dance Party. The event is for men and women of all ages, who are looking to lose weight, tone their bodies and be energized.

"It is time to get off the couch and get your blood pumping again," said Xavier. "There will be those who get the beat and those who live in a no rhythm nation. It doesn’t matter, you will be here every week and loving it."

West Coast Dance Theatre's Cardio Fitness Dance Party will be held every Friday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The workshop costs $40 per month.

"It takes only a song or two to catch on and really start enjoying yourself," Xavier added.

For more information about West Coast Dance Theatre in Alameda, call 510-978-4182 or visit the studio located at 1701 Lincoln Ave., Alameda CA 94501.

About West Coast Dance Theatre

Now in its 38th season, West Coast Dance Theatre is an Alameda yoga and dance studio that specializes in dance classes such as jazz, tap, ballet and hip-hop dance lessons, as well as Yoga for kids three and up. West Coast Dance Theatre also offers adult tap, jazz and hip-hop dance lessons. It provides Alameda’s summer camp for students interested in the performing arts, as well as aerobics, Pilates, zumba and yoga classes.


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