ODC is expanding initiatives to enable all bodies to access wellness through movement training. ODC fit is a 3 dimensional and holistic approach to fitness with the intention to educate and transform, enhancing the Mind / Body / Soul connection and elevating your ability to perform throughout life. Classes include strength, cardio, mobility and flow. We’re bringing together innovative specialists across the fitness, wellness, and dance industries to provide a fitness offering specializing in the power of movement to promote your physical and mental health, creativity and longevity.
As of January 1, 2022, all ODC fit classes will be included as part of the ODC Dance Commons class cards. In addition to ODC fit, your class card includes access to all adult dance classes, including the popular Rhythm & Motion Dance Program. Classes are suitable for all levels.
ODC fit class cards and monthly unlimited cards will no longer be available for purchase in 2022. If you have a current ODC fit 4 class card or unlimited monthly pass, those classes will roll over into 2022.
Classes are held in person at ODC Dance Commons, virtually via Zoom, and on-demand on ODC Connect.
In-person classes at the ODC Dance Commons:
- 1 in-person single class: $18
- 5 in-person class card: $80
- 10 in-person class card:$150
- 20 in-person class card: $280
Online classes via Zoom:
- 1 online single class: $12
- 3 online class card: $30
- 6 online class card: $57
- 12 online class card: $111
- $16 Household (2 or more individuals on one device)
ODC Connect classes on-demand:
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 1-on-1 Fitness Coaching
Get personalized fitness coaching through ODC fit with new 55-minute virtual sessions that can be scheduled on your own time, at your own pace. Work 1-on-1 with one of our fitness experts to set specific fitness goals and achieve them based on your individual needs and schedule. Areas of focus can include strength training, cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, cross-training, weight loss, weight gain, general nutrition and more.
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- FLOW: Agility | Stability
Increase agility and coordination by exploring natural movement patterns and flow between them. Learn simple movement patterns and explore transitions and level changes, such as jumping and floor work. . This class often utilizes larger movements that occupy more space. Yoga mat recommended. All levels.
- FUSION: Full Body
The full package! This class incorporates all the elements of a balanced workout routine: strength, cardio, agility, and flexibility. If you are already familiar with each modality and want an extra challenge, or if you have time for only one class, this is a great option! Yoga mat recommended. All levels.
Meet your Coaches
- Cristina Florez
Bronx-born and West Coast raised, Cristina Maria Florez is a Colombiana and Puertoriqueña who first fell in love with the art of dance before she could even walk. She has trained in styles such as jazz, vogue, salsa, contemporary, whacking, hip-hop, and other movement forms. Amidst recovering from two back to back knee surgeries, Cristina discovered her love for fitness and it's immense importance in keeping the body agile and optimal. She's taught fitness classes at Millennium Dance Complex LA, Playground, and more. She is so excited to be with the ODC fit team spreading more love and wellness help.
- Mackenzey Franklin
Mackenzey Franklin believes that conscious movement and bodily awareness guide us toward balance as we explore and navigate the world. Born in Simi Valley, CA, Mackenzey earned her BFA in Dance from Loyola Marymount University LA and has taught movement classes internationally. In addition to her studies in Kinesiology, Mackenzey has continued her education in Trigger Point and Myofascial Release Techniques. She believes that strategies to help ourselves feel better - the relief of pain and tension, feeling more present, more lively - don’t have to be a mystery.
- Arina Hunter
Arina holds a strong passion for movement, wellness, dance, and helping others live and enjoy their best life. She received her BFA in Dance from the University of Montana and expanded her knowledge base in personal training, pre and post natal fitness, corrective exercise, mindset coaching, and nutrition. You can find Arina dancing, choreographing, hiking, enjoying nature, video editing, and snuggling with her pup Noodle. She believes in the magic of movement to energize, connect, help reduce pain and stress, prevent injury, and increase overall health, happiness, and sustainability.
- Kirsten Olshan
Kirsten Olshan's love for dance started when she was very young going to ballet classes in Great Falls, Virginia with her twin sister. She loves the health and physical benefits of Jazz and the athletic, full bodied nature that jazz dance develops. When Kirsten wasn't dancing, she was taking voice lessons and or acting classes. Kirsten toured nationally in Children's theatre, musical theatre and performed in the Shakespeare Theatre summer program in Washington DC. Kirsten's love for movement and alignment progressed from studying modern dance and the work of Horton Technique, Cunningham and Tywyla Tharp. Pilates training was a part of her performing arts training as an actress, along with the Alexander Technique, yoga, and other movement-related work. Kirsten has danced, choreographed and taught fitness classes throughout the Bay Area and is a wellness coach and educator in the health and wellness industry nationally and internationally. Kirsten's focus is on holistic athlete health management.
- Luis Uzal
Bay Area local Luis Uzal’s background in movement began in the circus industry, performing and coaching various acts. He went on to receive an associate’s degree in dance, and several national personal training certifications. Through rehabbing his own injuries post retirement from the circus industry, and experimenting in different modalities, he discovered a passion for strength training, and sharing the magic of intentional movement with others. Luis approaches fitness from a body-positive, trans-positive, and joy-seeking lens.