Viva La Femme

UPDATE: NO CLASS MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND, 5/25/2017.

Viva La Femme is a sensual, upbeat afro-latin dance fusion performed to an eclectic playlist of R&B, Neo-soul, 70’s Funk, deep House, Latin Jazz, and Afro-Beat. Dancers will develop a sense of rhythm, flexibility, presence, and a fierce repertoire of sexy, elegant moves. Viva La Femme is taught in an intimate, dimly lit room, under the glow of red lights.

Class Attire:

Heels are suggested, particularly those worn for ballroom/salsa classes, or a practical heel with ankle support, like a bootie. You may also wear whatever makes you feel comfortable, like a soft dance shoe, dance sneaker, or even bare feet! Please keep in mind, this is an aerobic, sensual fitness class. You will burn calories and sweat!  Wear  comfortable dance/yoga attire and shoes.

Glam is encouraged! Feel free to let your hair down and wear something that is sexy, flirty, or sparkles! It’s about you!

Location:

Afro-Brazilian Cultural Center of New Jersey

554 Bloomfield Ave. Bloomfield, NJ 07003

Thursday Nights 7-8 PM

***Rear Entrance & Public Parking Lot behind our building. PARKING IS FREE after 6:30 PM***

Price:

$15/ Class

 

 

ABOUT AYESHA

Ayesha K. Faines is a writer, tech-entrepreneur and dancer based in the greater New York City area. She is the founder of Women Love Power, a digital brand centered around her life mission– helping women acquire real power by leveraging their unique feminine strengths. A former TV reporter, Ayesha presented the news in both Florida and New York before taking the entrepreneurial plunge. Ayesha’s first love is dance. She studied ballet intensively with both the New Jersey School of Ballet and the Dance Theater of Harlem, and performed professional roles before matriculating at Yale University where she received her BA. In addition to working as a dance instructor and choreographer for the past decade, she has also continued her dance education, adding Latin style ballroom, Belly Dance, Salsa, West African, and Afro-Cuban to her repertoire. As an adult her study of movement shifted away from performance, and towards personal growth. Since the beginning of time, women have used dance as a means of enhancing their creativity, vitality and sensuality. Dance is a pathway to unleashing our divine spark! Viva La Femme and P.O.P. were developed with this concept in mind. Ayesha is thrilled to enter a new chapter in her life, uniting her extensive knowledge of feminine power and holistic healing with dance, in a way that serves women— helping them to step into their highest potential.