Adult Dance Classes
Contemporary HIIT with ZK Fitness
This fitness class combines - simple dance sequences with HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) providing the ultimate body workout. Develop your strength, endurance and flexibility.
Where: Bush Theatre, 7 Uxbridge Road, Hammersmith W12 8LJ
Duration: 60 minutes
Who is the class for? : The class is for anyone, no previous dance training is needed.
Price: £100 per 10 weeks term / £15 drop-in
£75.00 per term/ £10 drop in rate concessions
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What’s included in the class?
The class starts with a warm up made up of basic contemporary dance sequences. This enables the body to warm up efficiently and also helps to wake up the body and mind.
We will then move on to four different HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) sequences – it might be a mountain climber, a jumping jack, a squat, and a lunge jump.
Then after that, we’ll move onto our first contemporary dance sequence, based off what we did in the warm up, then back to HIIT. We’ll repeat these cycles throughout the class. Where you’d typically rest in a HIIT workout, you’ll be dancing instead !We’ll end with all the HIIT workouts, back to back, which is where the high intensity comes in. We’ll then finish with a core workout and stretch.
Who can take part?
The class is for anyone, of any level. It’s an all body workout, working your body and mind in a different way. It’s also technique based- I’m all about the technique- which gives everyone, dancer or not, a deeper understanding of the movement.
I’m not judgemental, and it’s not about whether you can dance or not: that’s not the point. That’s why I don’t want people to think it’s just contemporary dance as it enables you to work on a linear and rotational plane– anyone can come and do it and get the benefits.
Kate Mummery trained at Northern School of Contemporary Dance and at The Place. Since graduating Kate has worked as a dancer, choreographer and teacher, performing with companies such as State of emergency, Tavaziva Dance, Avant Garde and Mimbre. Kate is also a qualified reps level 2 and 3 personal trainer and is certified by premier international training. Kate’s teaching and choreographic experience includes work for Rambert Dance Company, Random Dance, East London Dance, London Studio Centre, The Place, Dance City, Sadlers Wells and University of Cumbria. Kate is qualified as reps level 2 and 3 personal trainer and is certified by premier international training.
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