Dancers worldwide spanning the Fame era starring Debbie Allen, to Black Swan starring Natalie Portman, who miss the art form they spent years in, and who, later in life are looking for a fix, should look no further. Wallace is where they can get it.
As a dancer myself, once immersed into that exotic world, I drooled over Save the Last Dance (2001). I took Wallace's class with my collapsed technique and I’m hooked. She considers dance the way Fonteyn did, not as a rare vocation, but as a blessing granted to all who have the inclination to enjoy it. -- Christine F.
I love Bonnie's classes because it is a head to toe workout. I come so that I can stretch out every single muscle in my body, starting with my head and neck, all the way, systematically done to my toes. The dance aspect to the workout frees my mind and spirit. I feel uplifted moving to the powerful music you have selected as the backdrop of the experience. I absolutely love Bonnie Wallace Dance! -- Tara G-H.
I like the time flexibility - 60 or 90 minutes. The stretches are an entity in themselves not just a prelude to activity. Some of the stretches are included in my physical therapists’ recommendations for my hip and groin. I enjoy the choreography portion as it provides an opportunity to translate stretching and technique into movement/action to music. One is allowed to infuse one’s own interpretation and character into the combo, in lieu of dancing behind the teacher like a robot. -- Adrienne B.
Taking Bonnie's dance class allows me to connect to my inner self; awareness of breath and connection to the body is achieved every single week through her guidance and instruction. When I am unable to take her class during the week, I suffer physically and emotionally. I find that I am sore and unable to connect to my body in the same way! It is truly transformative and I look forward to it each and every week! - Lindsay D.