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Dance Teacher - Robin Dunn: How I Teach Hip Hop For Beginners

Dance Teacher - Robin Dunn: How I Teach Hip Hop For Beginners

The moment she walks into the studio, Robin Dunn transforms her beginner hip-hop class into a party. Her adult students at the Ailey Extension in New York City are a mix of first time drops-ins and longtime regulars. "My agenda is big," says Dunn, a native New Yorkers. "Its more than just 'Come sweat and have fun' - I want everyone to feel better about themselves, to feel fit and cool."

SELF - Afro Flow Yoga Helped Me Connect To The Rhythm Of My Ancestors And View Fitness In A New Way

SELF - Afro Flow Yoga Helped Me Connect To The Rhythm Of My Ancestors And View Fitness In A New Way

Now, I’m totally hooked on the flow. I consider myself a person that’s pretty invested in exercising—I pay for a gym membership and actually use it, and I’ve started to enjoy running outdoors now that I’ve found a few favorite sneakers and sports bras that make me feel secure. But like many people, I have a hard time getting active when it’s cold out. Between the months of December and March, I tend to go into workout hibernation. I’d just rather stay in my apartment and Netflix and chill (literally) than swing a kettlebell.

The New York Times - Rhythm And Yoga, In Deep Conversation

The New York Times - Rhythm And Yoga, In Deep Conversation

Afro Flow blends West African dancing, vinyasa style, live drumming and singing. Inside a glass-enclosed dance studio at the Ailey School in Hell's Kitchen in Manhattan, a diverse group of New Yorkers, stripped down to sports bras, T-shirts, tights and bare feet, stretched in a circle. Light drumming and singing accompanied a gentle, yoga flow.

News 12 - Ready, Set, Fit: DanzaTone

News 12 - Ready, Set, Fit: DanzaTone

News 12's Lenneia Batiste jumps into Jose Ozuna's DanzaTone, a workout class offered at the Ailey Extension that combines fun dance moves with toning your body.

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