Dance conditioning is a practice that focuses on strengthening, toning, and stretching different parts of the body. Within the different genres of dance, students use a plethora of body parts and muscles. The goal of dance conditioning is to provide a regimen of exercises for the development of a dancers physical endurance, strength, flexibility, and coordination. At Center Stage, our dance conditioning classes include a variety of exercises and techniques. Students will work at the barres, on floor mats, across the floor, and more. The teacher typically focuses on isolated body parts to work out for an allotted period of time within each class. While the classes are work-intensive and require a great deal of perseverance, our dancers appreciate the chance to rigorously work out their muscles and thus improve their overall ability.