Our classes are all about YOU! We require our instructors to have formal dance training and extensive choreography and teaching experience.
You can expect a supportive, approachable instructor who:
About her Classes
Megan’s infectious smile, encouraging words, and high energy levels will almost make you forget you’re even exercising! She loves to shake it off, but more importantly wants to encourage others to work through “the burn” and squat a little deeper, jump a little higher, and smile because you can. Why not challenge ourselves to push a little harder alongside our closest M Dance friends? She also dares you to try and sweat more than she does!
Megan teaches Zumba, Dance Cardio Combo, and Hip Hop Cardio.
Modern, Jazz, West African, Hip-Hop, Ballet, Tap, Ballroom (Cha Cha, Swing, Jive, Samba, Rumba, Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango)
Megan is a true band geek at heart, having been the Drum Major of the Marching Band, participating in high school through college. She plays clarinet and alto sax. She lived in London for six months and spent two summers working at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland.
Tap, Jazz, Modern, Contemporary, Lyrical, Hip Hop, Musical Theater
Whitney has two ankle joints on each foot! This anomaly came in handy when she was the quick-footed tap coach for the Broadway show Billy Elliot.
About her Class
Hali’s vibe is fun, friendly and very down-to-earth. She uses popular music to keep everyone engaged and encourages everyone to "Be Selfish! These 60 minutes are all about you!"
Hali teaches Power Play, “RV" Yoga (Restorative/Vinyasa combo) outdoor workouts and our Food Fit Nutrition Workshop. She also offers 1-on-1 nutrition coaching.
200-hour Power Vinyasa, Nutrition Coach, BFA in Jazz Dance Performance, CPR/AED
Ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, jumps and turns, stretch and strengthening
Even though Hali has not lived on Long Island in 7 years, her accent is still as thick as ever. With a Father from Queens and a Mother from Brooklyn their influences remain strong. Her friends often ask her to say different words for their entertainment, their favorite of course being "Cawww-feee."