Yeni Lucero

Cardio Dance, Afro Urban

oakland

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YSTYLE

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Developed by Yeni Lucero Rivera, YSTYLE is a AFRO-FUSION dance conditioning program that allows you to change and grow to your highest potential. This class challenges your entire body with the creative aspects of rhythm, music and phrasing, allowing you to sculpt your body the way a professional dancer would, through choreographic understanding and development that go hand in hand with strength and technique. YSTYLE is for the working mover who wants to build strength and see results, through creative dance moves and high paced cardio.

Developed by Yeni Lucero Rivera, YSTYLE is a AFRO-FUSION dance conditioning program that allows you to change and grow to your highest potential. This class challenges your entire body with the creative aspects of rhythm, music and phrasing, allowing you to sculpt your body the way a professional dancer would, through choreographic understanding and development that go hand in hand with strength and technique. YSTYLE is for the working mover who wants to build strength and see results, through creative dance moves and high paced cardio.

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Monday

6:00p - 7:00p

All Levels

Monday

6:00p - 7:00p

All Levels

Saturday

9:00a - 10:00a

All Levels

Saturday

9:00a - 10:00a

All Levels

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About Yeni Lucero

Yeni Lucero was born in the small town of Chalchuapa, El Salvador. Coming to the Bay Area later in life, she began her training in West African dance at the age of 15, and soon pursued a more versatile training at San Francisco State University, in which she obtained a BA in Dance and Choreography. Ms. Lucero also had the opportunity to extend her training at the Alvin Ailey School, summer of 2006. She is a professional dancer, instructor and an up-and-coming choreographer. She has performed work by Diamanou Coura/West African dance company, Paco Gomes, Annie Rosenthal, Jacinta Vlach, Robert Moses’ Kin, and most recently Ron K Brown. Ms. Lucero has taught at Lines Ballet/San Francisco Dance Center, teaching intermediate Afro-Modern.