Don't miss my 80's series during the month of October! Come to any of my classes to join in the fun. Bring your neon and lace and get ready for a Thriller!;)
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Schedule & Events


Let It Move You

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Schedule & Events


Let It Move You

Lose yourself in the music and find yourself in shape.  Experience a one-of-a-kind Zumba class powered by your favorite dance hits, Latin pop and African beats.  

I have been dancing in my own living room since I was old enough to walk.  I finally started taking classes in my 20’s and I have recently decided to make music and dance a priority in my life, right next to my amazing family and friends!

Dance is an innate human activity. In fact, science proves that our bodies are created with the capacity to move in rhythmic patterns. Pair this built-in ability with music and the endorphins are sure to get fired up! The workout is merely a by-product of loving your body, taking risks and letting nature take over. Come join me for a high-energy workout!  There are no judgments in my class, just fun, challenge and inspiration!


Schedule & Events


i will only be teaching this class on October 16, 23 and 30.  If you live in the hood, come by for some zumba and 80's madness!

Mondays
7:15-8:15 pm

PARK SLOPE ARMORY YMCA
361 15th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(Open to members and guests.)


New class starts September 5!

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tuesdays
11:00 -11:50
 am

CONEY ISLAND YMCA
2980 W. 29th Street
Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY
(Open to YMCA members and guests!

 

Wednesdays
10:00 -10:50
 am

CONEY ISLAND YMCA
2980 W. 29th Street
Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY
(Open to YMCA members and guests!)

 

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WEDNESDAYS
7:45 -8:45 PM

PARK FITNESS BK
771 Coney Island Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11218
(Register at parkfitnessbk.com OR drop-ins are welcome, too!)

 
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About


About


Meet Lisa Rochlin

My name is Lisa Rochlin.  I spent the majority of my childhood happily immersed in musical theater, yet I always felt inadequate in dance.   It wasn’t until my adult years, that I began taking the challenge of movement to the next level.   For me, “the next level” meant letting go of trying to look the way I thought others wanted me to look, accepting the limits and potential of my own body, and celebrating “embarrassments” as evidence that I am brave enough to take risks.

Since having my own children 8 years ago, I have stayed home to raise them and continued to dance as a way of feeding my soul.  My 3 girls have grown into amazing elementary-aged children (unbelievable!) and I am using my time to create dance classes for adults who crave music, movement, health and happiness!

 
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Contact


 

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