A child may not know which direction he is going, but when he is attached to you, he doesn't feel lost.
- Gordon Neufeld

Who We Are and What We Do!



Join other moms in a class geared just for you and your little one. Dancing while wearing your baby adds weight and resistance to really help get you back to your pre-baby self. This class will work on posture, strength, poise and musicality. Each class will feature a ballet barre and floor work, abdominal exercises, and yoga-like stretching. Musical choices will vary throughout class from childhood favorites like Wheels OnThe Bus, to your favorite top 40 hits, to more traditional classical tunes. Your baby will love the gentle rocking and turning, as well as having some extra time to snuggle with you! Have an older child who doesn't like to be worn the whole time? No problem! When they get antsy, take them out and allow them to explore movement right along with you. (This class would be great for daddies or other babywearers, too!)

Dress Code: Mommies should wear clothing they feel comfortable moving in and either barefoot, socks, or ballet slippers if they choose

Our Schedules and Locations



Pure Health & Fitness
13281 Prospect Rd
Strongsville, OH 44149

Tuesday mornings: 9:30 - 10:30am

Ana Lobe Ballet Academy
2525 East Royalton Rd
Broadview Hts, OH 44147

Wednesday mornings: 9:30 - 10:15am

Please visit her studio website for more information! ALBA also offers an amazing ballet curriculum for every age dancer, so please check out her classes for your children as well.
Sun Tone Tanning & Fitness
6444 Pearl Road
Parma Heights, OH 44130

Wednesday evenings: 5:30 - 6:30pm

Also offering additional dance classes for you and your children. For more information, visit www.movinanddancin.com.


Christina Yoder

Owner/Instructor
www.misschristinayoung.com


Christina is a native of Portersville, PA. She received numerous awards and scholarships for dance as well as performed in the half-time show of the Pro-Bowl. Christina went on to pursue a BA in Dance and Psychology from Muhlenberg College where she had the opportunity to choreograph for and perform in numerous concerts in both formal and informal settings. Her choreography has been seen at the American College Dance Festival regional gathering, and she performed another student's work at the ACDF national festival at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

Post-college, Christina moved to New Jersey and then Ohio where she taught at several studios and really allowed her love of teaching to develop. She has shown her abilities as a versatile teacher, being able to instruct her students in all levels of tap, lyrical, jazz, ballet, and also voice. Her students have been recognized for their impeccable technique and emotive dance qualities and have been seen not only on the competition dance stage but also in commercial and print work. They have gone on to win regional and national titles including Best of Show at Adrenaline. Some have also booked national tours, are pursuing dance in college, are on nationally ranked college dance teams, professional basketball dance teams, and are division I cheerleaders. As a choreographer, Christina's work as been recognized with choreography awards at numerous competitions such as Cathy Roe and Adrenaline.

Christina has appeared in several regional theater productions, as well as performed as a member of multiple professional dance companies. Mpre recently, Christina completed two national tours with Vee Corporation's Sesame Street Live where she helped Ernie and then Baby Bear with their dance moves. She was also an understudy, having to learn and perform any of 13 different roles in certain situations. Her last tour was an international journey to Asia where she performed with Baby Bear in Hong Kong, China, Singapore and Malaysia.
It's important that moms stay active and healthy and exercising with baby is a good way to stay healthy... finding creative ways to do this can give you the stamina you need as a parent.
- Dr. Sears
It's a positive thing that maternal physical activity levels can influence the activity level of their child... if more time is spent moving, then activity can increase in both.
- Kathryn Hesket

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