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Stephanie Kohn walked into the Dance Trance Jacksonville studio in 2007 and has been obsessed ever since. She became an instructor trained by the Dance Trance creators, Jay and Beth Handline, in 2009 and when she moved to Winston-Salem in 2010 she brought DT with her creating the first Dance Trance in North Carolina. Relocating back to Jacksonville in 2012, she left DT Winston-Salem to a new director and continued her passion for teaching DT at both the Jacksonville locations. Stephanie has now moved back to her home town of Pensacola, FL and has brought Dance Trance to Communio in East Hill owned by Katy McKenzie.
Communio is a beautiful fitness studio dedicated to helping people reach their highest and healthiest self while also creating a space for community. Dance Trance classes at Communio feel like a night out dancing with your closest friends with choreographed routines to the hottest hip-hip, pop, rock and alternative music on and off the radio! If you love to dance but have grown tired of the same ol’ same ol’ — this is where you want to be! Not only will you work up a sweat and get a great workout but you’re sure to feel like a backup singer/dancer ready to go on tour by the time we’re through with you!
Monday 9:00 – 10:00 am Dance Trance
Wednesday 5:30 – 5:30 pm Breakdown
Wednesday 6:00-7:00 pm Dance Trance
New to Dance Trance?
The DT choreography is created in a manner that allows students to pick up combinations as they learn. There are no tricked up combinations that are difficult to follow. No add-on choreography that makes it impossible to learn. You will get to see and practice the routines in every class. You can follow this class without knowing a single step! The key to Dance Trance is repetition, so the more you come in to any class, the better your execution and your workout!
What do I wear?
Students wear dance pants, tees, and anything they feel comfortable dancing in. Gym or aerobic shoes are required for this class. The smoother the sole, the better for turning purposes, but you also need shoes that aren’t too slick in order to have some traction.