其他热门女子课程

Zumba是一种健康时尚的健身课程,目前是风靡世界健身操的一种,融合了热辣性感的有氧运动,结合了拉丁美洲舞蹈、巴西舞蹈、西班牙舞蹈、Salsa、哥伦比亚舞蹈等等的风格总会,它将音乐带有民族特色的节拍与动感易学的动作还有间歇有氧运动融合在了一起,速度的变化将塑身训练、力量训练、有氧训练等等练习流畅的编排连接在一起,而且舞步简单,激情洋溢、火辣性感,一个小时的训练之后,这个锻炼在灵感下自发内心的快乐传播基础上进行了无与伦比的享受,脂肪变成了优美的肌肉线条,性感的翘臀不想要都不行啊!你不美丽谁美丽!

这个舞蹈训练结合了New jazz,Jazz,Hip-hop等等。亚洲代表性舞蹈以韩国乐坛流行的性感热舞,韩国风格性感舞姿妩媚妖娆,倾向性感小野猫路线。欧美代表性就是美国爵士舞蹈,舞步融合刚与柔的特性,爵士舞节奏比较强劲、充满动感、灵活、富有趣味的肢体活动,动作的本质是一种自由而淳朴的表现,直接把内心的感受表达出来,舞蹈动作及音乐极富节奏感,动作力道十足,以动感劲舞而闻名,因为风格不同但是又有相似的性感而火辣的肢体舞动,故广受有性格的女性朋友的喜爱。在享受舞蹈的同时经常练习可以达到身体的放松及运动的效果,也达到了修塑身形的美感,而且效果非常显著。

这是年轻人狂热追捧的舞蹈,流行动感的音乐,变化无穷的舞步,高潮的技巧,足以让观看者的眼睛享受动感的冲击,不断出现的鸡皮疙瘩足以让人的血液沸腾到极点,一种要跳动的神经已经按捺不住,还等什么!马上加入!让自己亲身感受那种Duang Duang Duang

其中有搏击操、踏板操、跳绳操、健身球操、哑铃操、弹力带操,这些健身操是有氧运动的一部分,简单易学,没有高难度技巧和技能,运动量比较大,在个性鲜明的音乐节奏里肢体运动达到了自己身体素质的一种正负荷,汗水流过之后身体所得到的一个兴奋点,足以展现自身的价值,大脑里互相激发的运动后的兴奋部分会让你因为学习和工作所给你另一部分劳累的大脑得到足够的休息,第二天大家会以更充沛的精神去学习和工作。

弗拉明戈是一种源于西班牙南部安达卢西亚地区的艺术形式,包括歌曲、音乐和舞蹈。弗拉明戈的形成深受安达卢西亚地区的摩尔人和犹太人的影响,还吸收了大量罗姆人(吉普赛人)的艺术元素。当代著名的弗拉明戈舞蹈家大多是罗姆人。由于西班牙政府以此推动旅游业,弗拉明戈舞蹈已经成了西班牙舞蹈甚至西班牙文化的代表。弗拉明戈音乐有50种,每种有自己的节奏模式。弗拉明戈舞蹈是一种即兴舞蹈,没有固定的动作,全靠舞者和演唱、伴奏的人以及观众之间的情绪互动。近年来,由于弗拉明戈舞是一种很个性化的舞蹈,有助于缓解都市人的紧张生活,弗拉明戈舞在世界各地非西班牙语的国家中也得到了迅猛的推广。在亚洲,日本、韩国、香港、台湾,以及中国大陆的上海、广州等地弗拉明戈舞成了一种新型的娱乐健身方式。光在东京就有上千家弗拉明戈舞蹈学校。台湾歌手蔡依林在演唱歌曲《海盗》、郑中基在演唱歌曲《第一眼的爱情》、南梦宮的射击电玩《空站奇兵:贝尔卡站役》时就伴以弗拉明戈舞。

中国古典舞(Chinese classical dance),起源于中国古代,历史悠久,博大精深,它融合了许多武术、戏曲中的动作和造型,特别注重眼睛在表演中的作用,强调呼吸的配合,富有韵律感和造型感,独有的东方式的刚柔并济的美感,令人陶醉。中国古典舞主要包括身韵、身法和技巧。身韵是中国古典舞的内涵,每个舞蹈的韵味不同,两个人跳一样动作,韵味都不同。身法则是指舞姿还有动作。根植于中国传统文化沃土的古典舞蹈非常强调 “形神兼备,身心互融,内外统一”的身韵。神韵是中国古典舞的灵魂。神在中而形于外,“以神领形,以形传神”的意念情感造化了身韵的真正内涵。中国古典舞的音乐大多采用中国特有的民族乐器演奏的乐曲,如古筝、二胡、琵琶等。中国古典舞的服装古色古香,根据舞蹈的具体要求也各有特色,汉唐舞大多采用传统的汉服

民间舞蹈(folk dance) 起源于人类劳动生活,它是由人民群众自创自演,表现一个民族或地区的文化传统、生活习俗及人们精神风貌的群众性舞蹈活动,所以也称为“土风舞”。 民间舞蹈多为载歌载舞的集体舞,舞蹈动作千姿百态,各具民族及地方特色。这些舞蹈表现的内容有古代原始社会的狩猎生活、战争经历、图腾信仰及生殖崇拜,也有现代生活中各种传统节日里人们表达欢喜之情的娱乐活动,有的则渗透了各种民俗、祭祀、礼仪活动的遗风。民间舞蹈具有鲜明的民族风格、浓郁的地方特色,它没有国家地域的界限,能够沟通世界各国,因此是最社会化、最国际化的舞蹈。中国民间舞蹈是中华民族艺术宝库中的璀璨明珠,它不仅历史悠久、题材广泛、内容丰富、形式多样,而且数量之多也是世界上所罕见的。就其历史发展及现状而言,可分为传统民间舞蹈和现代民间舞蹈,本文介绍的均为传统民间舞蹈,即历史上流传下来的,具有固定舞蹈程式、动作术语,以广场自娱性为主的民间舞蹈。这种民间舞蹈是舞蹈艺术不发达阶段所产生的一种古老原始的舞蹈形式,在历代相传的过程中,人民群众尊重它、爱护它,使之发展至今。

中国少数民族舞蹈是中国各少数民族富有民族特色的传统舞蹈形式的总称,是各少数民族在不同的地理环境、社会生活、风俗习惯和各自的经济文化条件下,经过长期的历史发展过程而形成的。中国各少数民族富有民族特色的传统舞蹈形式的总称。是各少数民族在不同的地理环境、社会生活、风俗习惯和各自的经济文化条件下,经过长期的历史发展过程而形成的。在艺术风格上由于受历史传统和客观环境的影响,各少数民族的舞蹈在艺术形象上都具有自己独特的风格

1) 北方草原的蒙古族、哈萨克族、柯尔克孜族长期过游牧生活,舞蹈中常用骑马时出现的肩部活动,动作刚强,节奏激烈。

2) 南方农业区的壮族、白族、哈尼族、黎族的舞蹈,常表现采茶、舂米、捞虾等劳动生活,动作柔和,节奏轻缓。

3) 从事稻田劳动的朝鲜族喜爱寓意长寿的白鹤,舞步柔韧,慢抬腿轻落地,称为鹤步。

4) 地处丝绸之路的维吾尔族舞蹈,善于活动头、颈、臂、腰,面部表情细腻,不乏古西域乐舞遗风。

5) 帕米尔高原的塔吉克族喜欢鹰,舞蹈中多见鹰的盘旋形象。

6) 傣族、藏族等民族以孔雀为吉祥的象征,故用不同类型的道具或用各种歌舞形式表现孔雀。

这些舞蹈以不同的艺术形象与传统形式,表现出本民族的心理素质和审美习惯,寄寓着本民族人民的意愿,因而多姿多彩,各具特色。中国少数民族舞蹈一直保持着歌、舞、乐三者结合的特点,表演形式以歌舞、跳乐、鼓舞、道具舞、以乐伴舞为主。这几种形式既可独立表演,也可交叉进行。

教练教授生活中自卫、防身技能,掌握这个技能是现在社会里一种自我保护的知识,同时也是健身运动。现在中国各大院校和社区都在火热学习这种自我保护技能,一举两得。教练都是获得专业高等级别的人员。

这个课程是针对身体较胖的女性,由于各种自身原因一直不能减去身上多余的脂肪,想减肥就是坚持不下来,减食法只能把自己的身体搞垮,而且越减越胖。很多人建议去健身房但是面对那些庞大的“铁家伙”不知从何做起,如果自己没有一个练习的计划,而且也不知道什么样的器械可以练到什么部位,偶尔有教练指导,但是基本上效果不大,因为健身房不是你一个人需要指导,盲目的练习到时候只能把自己的身形练变形了,这个大家一定要注意!!!加上平时有很多自己的应酬,交钱参加了一个季度的会员期间锻炼的时间几乎非常少数,浪费钱不说还没有达到自己预期要减肥的计划,得不偿失!其实人本来就是有一种惰性的,如果要克服这种惰性那就必须有人督促。我们的这个健身计划非常合理,不会让你的健身枯燥无味,不会让女人练成“猛男”同时会有专业中医师和营养师给你一个饮食保健的指导,让你在减肥健身的同时还会学到怎样按照自身的状况保养自己。

那么对于刚刚生完孩子的妈妈们最苦恼的事情莫过于9个月孕期里增加的脂肪怎么减掉,大部分的女性生完孩子都会有多余的脂肪堆积在身体的腹部、腰部、胳膊、大腿、臀部,要想把这些讨厌的肥肉减下去真的不是一件容易的事情,有人说:不用减肥,等孩子长到1岁自己也就忙的就瘦下来了,我们的回答是:错!不但瘦不下来,而且还会失去最佳时期的回复阶段,因为女性在怀孕到生产期间身体外形在改变,内分泌在改变,骨骼在改变,皮肤在改变等等,孩子生下来以后还要不分昼夜的喂奶照看,其实一直在消耗和劳累,重要的是这个时候是女性恢复期的最佳时间,我们的身体非常奇妙,会自动修复一部分受伤的部位,这个时候如果借用外在的力量和内在的调养,那么,一定会恢复到一个非常理想的身体系统。我们中国传统的把这个时间段叫‘坐月子’其实祖辈的一些习惯和习性是需要改变的,整整一个月的时间要躺在床上,不能过大的活动,还要补充很多营养的食物,只会给身体健康加大负担,等一个月之后也过了最佳恢复时间段,再不注意饮食,再不运动,只能是让自己之前苗条的身材成为永远的梦!现在肥胖的身材照镜子自己都觉得非常难看,穿什么衣服都不会再美丽,生孩子是女人神圣的作品,并不是把自己送进丑陋的行列,如果女人自己不去注意外形的魅力,在你丈夫眼里可想而知你是什么了!如果想要保存目前的生活状况,只能合理的安排自己的时间,让孕后肥胖的身体在短时间里恢复到你之前美丽的身形,不仅找回自信,还有另一半的爱!因为有孩子的女人更有一种成熟的韵味!可是在西方国家没有坐月子,女人生完孩子休息一个星期接着开始了一系列的恢复期的运动计划,因为她们知道自强、自立、自信都是女人必须要保持和遵守的一个规则,失去了自我,等于失去了一切。辣妈们开始行动起来吧!调养饮食,滋补身体之前失去的营养,循序渐进的加强身体的本体功能,这些都是你要做的,绝对不能忽视!不要再找借口说:没有时间!只要你去做,时间永远都在你的身边,看你怎么安排了!

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无论您是否有没有练习舞蹈的经验,或是想要尝试一种新的锻炼方式,在这里您能够享受到一流教师指导的课程和舒适的氛围,并且能够得到充分的锻炼。

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Other dance courses for women

Popular all around the world, Zumba is a zesty fusion of elements from Latin American dance, Brazilian dance, Spanish dance, Salsa, Colombian dance etc. With fast-moving, passionate musical rhythms, and easy-to-learn moves with aerobic exercises interweaved throughout, it really is the best workout ever.

This dance style combines New Jazz, Jazz, Hip-hop etc. It features symbolic dance styles from both Asia – the sensual, charming contemporary dance of South Korea, and the West – American Jazz dance which merges the hard and the soft to perfect balance in its powerful rhythms and dynamic movements, and is sure to get all the ladies having fun on the dance floor.

It’s very easy to see why so many young people are all about this style of dance; contemporary, upbeat music and ever-changing steps, all leading up to a climax that drives both the dancers and audience wild – what’s not to love? Join us now to experience the passion!

Includes combat, pedal, skipping rope, fitness ball, dumbbell, and elastic band exercises. These aerobic exercises are easy to learn and have no overly complex techniques – it is the strenuous amount of exercise that some may find challenging, but of course, you should always be up for challenges! After getting in touch with the positive energy within your body, you’ll be sure to head to school or work the next day in high spirits.

A performing arts style which originated from the Andalusia region in Southern Spain, including song, music, and dance. The development of Flamenco was deeply influenced by the Moorish and Jewish populations of Andalusia, as well as many artistic elements from Romani culture – many famous modern Flamenco dancers are Romani. Due to the Spanish government’s use of Flamenco to promote tourism, it has become a well-known symbol of Spanish dance and even Spanish culture itself. There are 50 types of Flamenco music, each with its own mode of rhythm; Flamenco dance is improvised and without set moves, depending entirely on interactions between the dancers, singers, and accompanists as well as audience members. In recent years, because of its individualistic nature and what it can offer to ease the hustle and bustle of city life, Flamenco dance has become widespread in non-Spanish countries across the world. In Asia, Flamenco dance has arose as a new form of fitness entertainment in Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, as well as cities in Mainland China such as Shanghai and Guangzhou – there are over thousands of Flamenco dance schools just in Tokyo.

Chinese classical dance – originating from ancient China with a profoundly lengthy history, it combines moves and aesthetics from martial arts and Chinese opera, emphasising use of the eyes in the performance and synchronisation of breathing, having a strong sense of rhythm and encompassing the unique Oriental beauty that combines the tough and the gentle. Each dance move is distinct in the sense that even two people performing the same move are said to have different “flavours”. Chinese classical dance can be said to be very spiritual, having a strong emphasis on the unity of body and soul, of the internal and the external. The musical accompaniment usually features traditional musical instruments of China e.g. guzheng, erhu, pipa. Costumes are of a traditional style, and varies depending on the specifics of each performance. Dances of the Han and Tang Dynasties usually require traditional Han costumes.

Chinese folk dance – originating from ancient times in human history, the genre encompasses many styles of dance from various peoples and cultures, each expressing their very own traditions, customs, and lifestyles. Usually involving group performances heavy with song and dance, there are thousands of different moves and routines depending on culture and location. The themes these folk dances often cover include the prehistoric hunter-gatherer lifestyle, recounts of war and battle, Totemic beliefs and fertility worship, but also the celebratory activities of modern-day festivities. Some of these dances are thematically permeated by the residual elements of ancient rituals. Being the most culturally unique and symbolic dance style, folk dances have no political borders and, as such, can be considered the most socialised and internationalised dance style. Chinese folk dance is a shining pearl within the treasure chest of Chinese cultural arts, and not only because of its vast history and substance – the number of sub-genres under the umbrella of Chinese folk dance is exceptionally high. Based on its historical developments and current conditions, Chinese folk dance can be categorised into traditional and modern folk dances. The aforementioned descriptions are of traditional folk dances which have long histories and structured routines and techniques, and consists of mainly group performances for leisure. It is wonderful that people have preserved and loved these dance styles to the present day, and it is very important that we continue to do so.

Chinese ethnic dances – the minority ethnic groups of China each have developed their own unique dance styles, made distinctive from one another by their varying geographical environments, societal organisation, cultural customs, and economic activities throughout history.

  • The Mongolians, Kazakh, and Kyrgyz of the northern grasslands have traditionally lived a nomadic lifestyle. Their dance moves are quite powerful and their rhythms intense, often featuring shoulder movements frequently occurring during horse-riding.
  • The dances of the Zhuang, Bai, Hani, and Li from southern agricultural regions often feature movements from daily labour e.g. tea picking, rice sifting, prawn catching. The moves are usually slow and gentle.
  • The Chinese Korean who traditionally worked in rice fields admire the white crane, which symbolises long life. The “crane-step” is a supple movement raising one’s leg slowly and landing softly.
  • The Uyghur from along the Silk Road are particularly good at movements of the head, neck, arms, waist in their dance, as well as detailed facial expressions. The remnant artistic influence of ancient Western China is evident.
  • The Tajik from the Pamir admire the eagle. Their dances often feature circling movements similar to that of the eagle.
  • The Dai, Tibetan etc. use the peacock as a symbol for good fortune, and thus use various props, song and dance to represent the peacock.

Each of these dance styles expresses a culture’s interpretation of beauty and will to articulate it, which truly shows the extent of cultural diversity across China. In regards to performance, Chinese ethnic dances have always maintained the intersection of song, dance, and instrumental music, the main performance formats being song + dance, hopping, dancing with drums, props, instrumental accompaniment of dance etc. These formats can be performed standalone or crossed over with each other.

Everyday self-defence for women –self-defence techniques applicable in daily life, both as a way to protect yourself and also as exercise, now widespread throughout campuses and communities across China. All of our instructors are highly qualified.

Geared towards women who are overweight, who have intended to lose weight but have been unable to for whatever reason. Many would suggest going to the gym, but many also have no idea what to do with all those intimidatingly huge metallic equipment there. If one does not have a well-structured plan, knowledge of the exercise equipment suitable for the training of each body part, or regular advice from coaches instead of only occasion, their efforts are unlikely to be effective; blindly training may as well produce the opposite effects of what you want! Considering that and the busy lifestyles plenty of women lead, not many of them would be utilising the time they bought with their gym memberships very well at all. It’s the unfortunate truth that there is an inherent laziness in most humans, and as such, supervision is required to defeat that inherent laziness. Our fitness plan is highly practical and interesting, and you won’t be bored for a moment. We also have professional practitioners of Chinese medicine and nutritionists to provide you with dietary guidance, so that you can learn to take care of your health via both eating and exercise

One of the main concerns shared by many new mums is over how to shed the weight earned during the 9 long months of pregnancy, which often leaves fat tissue on the stomach, waist, arms, thighs, bottom, and elsewhere. To “shake it off” can certainly be a difficult thing. Some may tell you that the “baby weight” would automatically be lost once the child turns 1, but this is incorrect. In fact, the optimal opportunity for weight loss would be gone by then, as many things change during the prenatal and neonatal periods – your endocrine changes, your bones change, your skin changes… Plus, once the child is born, you’d expect to lose plenty of sleep looking after that little one night and day. Our bodies are fascinating in that it is during this time that it repairs itself, and if we embark on positive external and internal conditioning during this time, this restoration process would be carried out even more effectiveness. Traditionally in China, women must stay in bed for an entire month after childbirth, not being allowed to move around a lot and having to eat a lot. This only puts more pressure on the body, and after this optimal one-month window, the body you used to have might just be a dream. Childbirth is a sacred, delightful thing, and should not block your way to health and beauty. Take a look at the West’s attitudes to childbirth, where new mums make fitness plans for just a week after bringing a child into the world. It is important for every woman to be strong, independent, and confident. Your world shouldn’t revolve around the baby so much that you forget yourself, because you lose everything when you lose yourself. Get moving now, stop making excuses, time is always on your side, and it just depends on how you use it.

Application requirements

Regardless of whether you have prior experience in dance or not, or if you want to try a new way to get fit, you can expect to enjoy first-class instruction and a comfortable atmosphere, and get really great exercise into your routine.

In order to ensure that our training is of high quality, and for every individual student to receive the most thorough guidance and attention, all our classes have tight restrictions on numbers.