What to Wear
The most important thing we want you to wear is whatever makes YOU comfortable (as long as you are not naked - we're sure you look great but we wouldn't want you make lesser physical specimens feel inadequate). Truthfully, though, we do not require certain clothing or specific shoes for any of our classes. We do, however, get asked all the time about what most people usually wear to class, so here are a few tips and recommended footwear:
Hip Hop & Hip Hop Cabaret:
comfortable, loose-fitting clothing, such as sweats and tees, hoodies, track jackets (go get 'em, gangsta), etc. And we highly recommend athletic shoes on your feet!
Tease n Tone and Flex:
most people rock whatever they would wear to the gym or yoga. The workout can be high impact at times so we recommend athletic shoes.
Burly Q, Jazz, Street Jazz, Lyrical, technique, Modern:
Again, most people wear what some might wear to yoga. You want your movement to be easy, comfortable and free from restrictions. As for your tootsies, people wear anything from sneakers, to bare feet, to jazz shoes, to little dance paws. You will see more bare feet than anything, so don't rush out for special shoes until you know what you want or need, if anything at all.
While we don't require specific clothing, we do hope you are able to see your body, and that your clothing gives you ease of movement. The teacher wears ballet slippers, and so do some students, but they are not mandatory. She can help point you in the right direction if you need advice!