FELDENKRAIS® Classes with Krista Langberg and Jeffrey Wells

In-person FELDENKRAIS Awareness Through Movement® classes with Krista Langberg and Jeffrey Wells.

Monday evenings, 6:00-7:00pm
Friday mornings, 9:00-10:00am

Drop in any time to our ongoing Monday evening and Friday morning classes at East Lake Aikido in the Longfellow neighborhood in Minneapolis. With Krista Langberg or Jeffrey Wells, alternating weeks.
$10-25, sliding scale per class.

These classes are meant for anyone who is interested in deepening their self-awareness and possibilities of action, regardless of previous experience in the Feldenkrais Method. The space will be open 10 minutes before class begins. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early, especially if you are new to class, to sign in and familiarize yourself with the space. Wear comfortable clothes that are easy to move in – having a long-sleeve layer is helpful to adjust to temperature shifts. We provide blankets to practice on and any props needed for specific lessons.

Questions? Email us!

Yoga for Men – Spring Series with Kevin Kortan

Yoga for Men – Spring Series with Kevin Kortan
former Trisha Brown Dancer, and Yoga Therapist and Teacher

Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm
10-week series, March 23 – May 25
$150 for the series, or $210 with optional private instruction

Drop-in Class: $25
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This class is made for men like you who want to:
grow stronger
be more flexible
increase your balance
connect with other men
have peace of mind

“It is always a very relaxing and intensely focused body experience.
 I love how the whole evening and all the movements are connected to the breath.
 See you next week!” 
– Mike Fricke, PT

These breath-centered classes capitalize on your strengths and focus on increasing flexibility in a way that is effective, safe, and enjoyable. The classes are taught so that men of all levels of experience, ranging from total beginners to long-time practitioners, will find the class to be challenging and rewarding.

If you have any questions, feel welcome to email me: kevin@evolutionaryyoga.com

MotionArt Adult Modern Dance Classes

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MotionArt’s mission is to share the art of dance and the joy of movement with people of all ages and abilities. We strive to enrich lives by fostering creativity, body awareness and self-expression in a fun, non-competitive, welcoming environment. We offer ongoing dance classes in-studio, on Zoom and outside (weather permitting).

Paying the regular rate helps keep our organization afloat; however, no one will be turned away for inability to pay. There is also an option to pay what you can.

Please go to motionartmn.org to sign up for classes, or contact Pam Gleason for info.

Ageless Dance
Monday, 4:00-5:15pm – Center for Performing Arts, Studio #105
Thursday, 4:30-5:45pm – Center for Performing Arts, Sunroom

Beginning Modern Dance
Tuesday, 5:00-6:15pm – Zoom only

Intermediate Modern Dance
Wednesday, 10:30am-12:00pm – Center for Performing Arts, Sunroom

Mixed Level Modern Dance
Tuesday, 7:00-8:15pm – Center for Performing Arts, Studio #105
Saturday, 4:00-5:30pm – Hybrid: Center for Performing Arts, Sunroom, and Zoom

soma club

Sundays, 6:30-8:30pm
March 19-May 28

soma club is a low-light, intimate yogic offering limited to six people at a time, held at the Center for Performing Arts Chapel rehearsal studio weekly on Sundays, from 6:30-8:30pm. Please RSVP by following the link to the website, or via email!

The Chapel is a quiet and private space with stained glass windows, 1930s pendant lights, sprung maple floors, mirrors, and original woodwork. Located on the second floor East Wing, it is not ADA-accessible.

soma club is a labor of love and held in the spirit of generosity and collaboration with no one turned away for lack of funds, however, a suggested donation of $15-$35 or more is welcome.

Please reach out to offer other forms of energy exchange, trades, and healing opportunities.

Keane Sense of Rhythm Tap Classes

If you’ve ever thought, “I’ve always wanted to do that,” or, “I miss dancing,” you’ve come to the right place.

Whether you have two left feet or blazing fast feet, we have a class for you! At Keane Sense of Rhythm, students and professionals alike can share, grow, and explore rhythm and movement while having fun.

Our offerings include:

  • Tappy Hour 1, 2, 3, and 4
  • Dance Fit
  • On Broadway – Kids’ musical theater and tap
  • Rhythm Makers – Kids’ tap for ages 8-12
  • Youth Tap Ensemble – Intermediate and advanced training for kids interested in exploring the historical and professional world of tap dancing

Community Movement Collective Open Classes

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CoMoCollective offers small group classes for professionals and adult dancers alike to keep us moving together!

Wednesday, March 22
Foundational Ballet with Kendall Kramer – 12:00-1:15pm

Thursday, March 23
Ballet with Genevieve Waterbury – 10:00-11:30am
Accompanied by Susan Hsu

Friday, March 24
Postural Restoration and Ballet with Maryann Johnson – 9:30-11:30am
Accompanied by Pat Lyles

Spring Break, March 27-31. Classes resume Monday, April 3!

$15/class. $130 for a 10-class card. $10 for barre.

Pre-registration is required and appreciated at least 12 hours before class start. Classes do fill up to a week in advance, sign up early! Virtual option offered upon request.

Come join us!

Young Dance offers Summer Classes and Camps

Young Dance is excited to announce Summer 2023 programming, June 6–August 31.

Creative Movement and Dance Together classes will be offered in three sessions, meeting once per week on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. We also offer camps for ages 4–7, or half-day and full-day camps for dancers ages 8–18.

Camp offerings include Music as Movement, Dance + Social Justice, Dance + Photography, Choreography, Dance a Story, All Abilities Dance + Stories, and a unique collection of dance styles in each Variety Dance Camp.

More information and the full brochure can be found on our website.

Registration is open!

Threads Dance Project: Modern and Ballet Open Company Class

A light-skinned dancer and a dark-skinned dancer lunge in opposite directions with arms out stretched

Threads dance project is happy to invite professional/advanced dancers to our company class every Monday and Tuesday morning.

Adult/Professional Modern 
taught by Karen L. Charles / Karen Christ Aalgaard, and various guest artists
Mondays, 9:00-10:30am

Adult/Professional Ballet
taught by Karen L. Charles / Karen Christ Aalgaard, and various guest artists
Tuesdays, 9:00-10:30am

All classes are drop-in, $15. For more information, including class descriptions and registration links, visit our website.

Adult/Teen Drop-In Classes at Ballet Co.Laboratory

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No matter if you are a veteran dancer or slipping on your first pair of ballet shoes, Ballet Co.Laboratory is an artistic home for everyone. With 11 different adult drop-in classes offered each week, including conditioning and Pilates, we know we have the right class for you! 

Join us in-person or virtually via Zoom.
All dancers must sign-in on Mindbody.
Class sign-in will close 10 minutes before class begins.
Single class and 10-class cards are available, and parking is always free! 

Learn more or sign up for a class here.

Contact Improvisation Jam

We meet every Monday, holidays included, at The Center for Performing Arts in room 105w. Entrance through the new wing on 38th Street.

6:30pm: Opening circle, short guided warm-up/exercise followed by an open jam
8:20pm: Closing circle
8:45pm: Entire jam wraps up

Suggested donation of $5 for space rental. The building recommends masks in dance spaces and a signature on their liability waiver. We don’t require masks but do provide N95 masks if wanted. We have that waiver available when you first walk into the dance room. We also ask you to read the Contact Improvisation Twin Cities’ Values and Guidelines.