When people dance, they come alive.

 

 

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Life is too short to not dance, so we made this space for you.

 

It is way too hard to find a dance studio that is both made for adults and feels welcoming, so people are forced to choose a life without dance, burying a part of their creativity.

When people dance, they come alive. They feel connected, expressive, and experience uncomplicated joy. 

We provide both online and in person dance classes just for adults, because everyone deserves a happy place.

 

IF YOU'VE EVER: 

Had trouble finding a studio just for adults.

 

Struggled with getting "stuck in your head".

Felt intimidated at the thought of starting.

 

We got you. 

What makes working at Infuse so special?

 

It is way too hard to find a dance studio that is both made for adults and feels welcoming, so people are forced to choose a life without dance, burying a part of their creativity.

When people dance, they come alive. They feel connected, expressive, and experience uncomplicated joy. 

We provide both online and in person dance classes just for adults, because everyone deserves a happy place.

Are you positive, proactive, and creative?

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History:

Who are we and why did we do this?

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Studio:

What's this place all about?

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Classes:

What do we offer and who's it for?. 

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WHAT WILL I BE DOING?

While every position is different, we are all are all on the same mission.

At Infuse, we do three important things every day:

 

Learn:

We are forever curious and always listening and ideating. 

Create:

Whether it's choreography, events, or projects-- we are creators. 

Engage:

Converse, connect,  grow the community.

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Look at the worst thing that’s ever happened to you and ask “How is this the best thing that’s ever happened to me?"

- Tony Robbins

Hi, I'm April MacLean, founder of Infuse Dance Studio. This quote seemed like the most fitting way to sum up to story of Infuse. 

In 1994, I went into foster care. 22 homes latter I was living in my car, wondering if I was worth anything more.

At 25 years old I decided to try school, so I enrolled in a community college and decided a Jazz class sounded like a good way to fulfill my PE requirement.

It was an instantaneous love affair. Dance was the first therapy that made sense to me. It was so all-encompassing. I couldn't be anywhere else but in the moment. It gave me full control over my body. It let me express without talking. It was magic. 

Dance has been my world ever since. I ended up getting my degree in it and opened the studio in 2011 for two reasons:

1. There was no place for adults to dance in my city and

2. All of the studios I'd tried had felt weirdly competitive and shallow. 

I wanted to create a space where all levels and bodies felt welcome. The way that dance changes your spirit is universal. It should be felt by anyone who wants it.

I now spend my time as Creative Director on lots cool projects like this or this.  I also nerd out on books, podcasts, drink a lot of coffee, and watch Impractical Jokers on repeat.

I am so proud of this space and the people in it. You can learn more about me here

The Studio

What is like to dance here?

Infuse started livestreaming all classes in Spring of 2020. So the meaning of "studio" now has two parts:

In Studio:

It really is a happy place. Check out this video of our open house-- an event we hold every January. 

We're all about diverse classes, a welcoming environment, and lots of opportunities: We have performance teams, competitive teams, summer flashmobs, holiday parties, a teacher training program, and more.

Dance is really powerful, so we see so many ways to use it past a standard class schedule. There's always room for more cool ways to get dance into our lives.

 

We also have quite a few performance opportunities.

Online:

 

Over the years, lots of dancers have moved away and wrote us to talk about how hard it is to find dance. The solution was simple: live stream all of our classes. 

We have a live cam in both of our studios and also took the opportunity to start working with satellite teachers. Teachers we've always wanted to work with but couldn't because of proximity. Teachers like this one, or this one, and definitely this one

 

April MacLean: Contemporary 2/ Contemporary Floor Work

Jasmine Cortez: Community Director

Hannah Wolgemuth: Jazz/ Tap

Michael Recon: Zumba

Michelle Owusu: Contemporary

Morgan Davison: Ballet

Kevin Tenorio: Hip Hop Fundamentals

Tasha Peterson: Full Out

Jesicris: Hip Hop

Ericka Brown- Jazz Funk

Brandon Son: Hip Hop & Bachata

Kristle Younger: Groov3

Coflo: House

Michelle Nichols- Creative Expression

Ashley Urbina- Hip Hop

Venessa Rowa: Social Media

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