Saturday Oct 19th, 3pm - 4pm
Carmen Arroyo founded Femme Body Fitness (Formerly La Femme Fitness & Dance) in 2010 to open the minds of women whom are looking for a more realistic and fun way to stay in shape. Her tough love approach has pushed women to limits never thought possible and allows them to to conquer inhibitions and liberate muscles with workouts that unite pole dancing, sensual movements and other proven sculpting techniques. Femme Body sessions are specifically designed for women to sculpt fitter frames in all the right places- upper body, waist and thighs- without losing their feminine curves. Curvy and strong is the new sexy!
The class was great. Our instructor definitely knew what she was doing. I learned a lot of new moves that I can't wait to try out
I like this class. I would recommend it to my friends.
I loved the class. It didn’t feel exruciatingly long even though it was a Splits class. The instructor let you go your pace but also came around and offered some one on one.
Pros: Very hands-on. Definitely teaches some sexy moves and the teacher tailored the class based on the interests of the students (like type of music). Cons: The teacher was late as CourseHorse apparently didn’t notify her. She texted a lot. And while I loved that the teacher showed the moves in as much of a professional manner as possible for this type of class, it would have been nice if she asked if it was ok to be in our personal space.
Wonderful class and great teacher
The teacher is perfect!!!
I enjoyed the dance routine and appreciated the time we used stretching, but I really wish we danced to a song and I wish that we didn’t rely on the pole so much because most of us have chairs at home but not poles. I wanted it to be something I can do at home. Loved our instructor!
The class was a real workout. I worked up a sweat. The song selection was great, felt like the perfect seductor's music. The moves were challenging so it was great that we were able to repeat the routine over and over again. My only criticism was that the poles seemed too close to each other for beginners who are trying to swing their bodies and sweep their legs around the pole.
In the lesson description it contained: "No pole spins or crazy inversions" and "Ideal for beginners", but it was not. In class, I was the only beginner, and although the dance was beautiful, the teaching method was not good: passing very fast and many movements at the same time. I did not have the time to get all of it. In addition, some movements required a sliding floor, which there wasn't.
It was fun, but not quite what I expected. The instructor was nice enough, but I told her at least 10 times I didn't have the upper body strength or even the desire to do pole poses where I was holding myself up off the ground, she kept telling me to "try again." I found this pointless, hurtful, and even a little offensive. I told her this was just a fun class for me, to learn how to dance sensually like the description said, and instead it felt like I was being shamed and ignored for my strength level. The instructor should be more adaptive to people who can't or don't want to do certain poses, rather than telling them to keep doing it. The rest of the dance was fun, though, so I have no idea why she didn't just stick to that for the entire class.
Saturday Oct 19th, 3pm - 4pm
Friday Oct 18th, 5pm - 6pm
Saturday Oct 19th, 1pm - 2pm
Friday Oct 18th, 8pm - 9pm
Thursday Oct 17th, 6pm - 7pm
Thursday Oct 17th, 8pm - 9pm
Thursday Oct 17th, 5pm - 6pm
Thursday Oct 17th, 7pm - 8pm