How I Build a Group Fitness Music Playlist

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One of the the key elements to a great group fitness experience is what you hear. Of course, the instructor’s voice is key because she is giving you direction and, ideally, encouragement. But beneath the instructor’s voice is the music. Read more...

An Afternoon of Music: The Sense-able Gym Celebrates 6 months!

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I’m excited to announce that I’ll be teaching kids yoga classes beginning in 2014 at The Sense-able Gym in Garland (near Richardson)! We’ve written about The Sense-able Gym on Dallas Moms Blog in the past, and the kids and I were able to visit last month to check it out. Read more...

4 MORE Things I’ve Learned from HipHop Music

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It’s been over a year now that I’ve been teaching Lagree fitness classes to music at 140bpm or above, where I listen to far too much hip-hop dance music than is good for me. So it is time for another installment of Things I Have Learned From Hip-Hop Dance Music, you can find Part 1 here.  Read more...

6 Things I have Learned from HipHop music

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Being a fitness instructor who teaches class to songs between 120-140 bpm, I hear a lot of hip-hop dance music nowadays. As I have been exposed to many more hours of hip-hop dance music than ever before in my life, I have learned a few things that I feel compelled to share with you. Read more...

Writer’s Workshop: Quote

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“Smile, like you’ve got nothing to prove. No matter what you might do, there’s always someone out there cooler than you. I know that’s hard to believe, but there are people you meet – they’re into something that is too big to be expressed through their clothes.”– Ben Folds, “There’s Always Someone Cooler Than You”

If I had one song lyric to share with my kids, this would be it. Read more...