(Fitness classes, Line Dancing, beginning adult Tap and Ballet, etc)
Group fitness classes are ongoing, however, membership periods are each 4-weeks long (unless otherwise noted).
Non-partnered dance & fitness classes are taught as stand-alone classes. We suggest you attend them as a session, but you can also attend them on a class-by-class drop-in basis.
Couples and singles are welcome to attend.
Please read the enrollment info above and our payment and refund policy below before enrolling.
As with all our group classes, you will only pay for classes you are committing to attend within the 4-week session. Because you only enroll in classes you are attending during that session, we do not roll over classes from one session to another or offer any refunds for any unused classes. If you miss a class, we would welcome and highly encourage you to make it up with any drop-in class within that same session.
Please pay for your lessons at time of enrollment in the class(es) by Venmo or exact cash/check.
Detailed information about classes and/or events on the calendar can be viewed by clicking on the class or event name on the calendar below and selecting "More Details".
To protect all our participants we ask that you be able to answer "no" to all of these questions before showing up for any of your lessons:
If you answered “Yes” to any of these 3 questions, regardless of being symptomatic or not, we kindly ask you to remain home for everyone’s health and safety.
In alignment with current mandates, we are not requiring students to wear masks, however, we encourage everyone to participate as they are most comfortable - with or without a mask.
Muscle Up is our resistance training class. It will improve muscle tone, mass & strength. More muscle = more calories burned for a leaner, stronger, sexier physique.!
MobiFlex is our Mobility & Flexibility class focusing on improving range of motion and flexibility in joints and muscles.
Tabata training is our HIIT class guaranteed to improve cardio, strength, and bolster weight loss!
Functional Fitness focuses on the most important and basic movements we use in our daily lives and in our active lives that we need to improve and maintain. We will also work on improving body basics like posture, alignment, agility, stability, and balance - elements that come together to keep us safe in our movements.
Part pilates, part yoga, part callanetics. This class will work on stretching and strengthening the whole body through common pilates, yoga, and callanetics exercises. A fantastic low-impact class excellent for any bodu.
Our fitness program is designed to create a well-rounded and balanced fitness regimen that produces RESULTS! We don't want to waste your time, efforts, or money on anything less than achieving goals! We're here to keep you accountable, and motivate, coach, educate, and guide you on your fitness journey!
Expect we will coach you through past the boundaries of your comfort zone - this is where we find results, and we are all about getting results for the work you put in. Expect we will ask you to work as hard as YOU can, no less, no more. We will offer modifications as necessary for all fitness levels and we don't care where you start in your fitness journey, we care that you arrive at a place where you feel confident, strong, healthy, and even a bit sexy in your own skin. We ask that you always honor your body and do what is best for you on that day - which can vary from day to day. Safety first!
If you would like to know more about a specific fitness class, simply click on the class on the studio calendar and read the "Details" section, or click "more details" for more information. Here you will find specific information on what to expect from the class, equipment used, body benefits, what to wear, and more.
Wear clothes you can move in that breathe. Wear appropriate foot attire (or bare feet) as appropriate for the class. Remember to stay hydrated and bring a sweat towel.
At DioAmore we teach over 25 styles of dances and work
to create a friendly, fun, & supportive learning atmosphere.
VOTE HERE! We teach over 20 styles of Partner dances (ranging from Smooth/Standard - Rhythm/Latin - Social, etc), and several open-level Solo dance styles. We offer Intro/Beginner leveled classes, Open level, as well as Beyond Beginner, and Intermediate/Advanced levels. And we let YOU can vote for the classes you would like to see on our class schedule. Once voting closes for the next session (2.5 weeks into the current session - on a Wednesday night), the top classes are put on the calendar for the next session. The top 2 voted dances generally go on the schedule twice a week. The other top-voted classes will go on the schedule once a week generally. .
Intro classes are designed to give you a small, bite-size taste of the dance. You will be introduced to a few basic patterns and techniques in hopes the experience will whet your appetite for a richer, more fulfilling experience with the dance – like our beginner class. (Intro classes and beginner classes are both the same level, the beginner class just offers twice the number of classes within the session – 8 in the beginner as opposed to 4 in the intro.)
Beginner classes are designed to give you all the basics you will need to be a competent beginner dancer on the floor. Proper form, technique, and basic patterns will be focused on at this level.
Intro and Beginner leveled classes are good for:
** This is not a good level for Intermediate/Advanced students who:
Beyond Beginner Classes
Beyond beginner is the intermediary level to bridge Beginner to Intermediate. Learn important concepts, technique, and patterning that takes you just beyond the beginner level and eases you into the intermediate level.
Beyond Beginner leveled classes are good for:
** This is not a good level for:
Intermediate classes are our faster moving classes. Students are expected to already have mastered their basic skills and should be prepared to learn more complex patterning, skills, and advanced technique and styling.
Intermediate leveled classes are good for:
** This is not a good level for:
Go to "Learn about the Dances" and click on the dance you want to practice. You will find a playlist of music to practice to there
Go to "Learn about the Dances" where we have all sorts of information including playlists of examples of the dance AND music for you to listen and practice to! Want to know more about a class currently on the schedule? Just click on that class on the calendar and click "more details".
(To really get an idea of what to expect, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND you read our "Dance Class Etiquette" page, which will give you a COMPLETE look at what you can expect walking into our dance classes.)
If you would like to know more about a specific dance class, simply click on the class on the studio calendar and read the "Details" section, or click "more details" for more information. There you will find more specific information.
Wear clothes you feel comfortable moving in and appropriate foot attire (dance shoes, jazz sneakers, leather-soled shoes, or even socks). If and when you are ready to become a little more serious, we can order dance shoes for you in a wide array of styles. In the meantime, you want to wear something that stays on your feet (flip-flops, slip-ins, and mules not recommended)! Please no marking soles on our floor! (If you want more information about dance shoes, please take a look at our "Dance Shoes" section.)
I know we addressed this above already, but we'll say it again, NOPE! In a group class everybody dances with everybody, so even if you brought a partner, you'd still be dancing with everyone in the class!