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Burlesque Fitness: Get Your Sexy On

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Get your "sexy-on" in time for Valentines Day. Burlesque fitness classes are a popular way to learn the art of seduction while having fun, letting loose, and getting in a good workout.

Women from all walks of life take these classes and there's no nudity or stripping involved.

At The Vertitude dance studio in Canoga Park, owner Sergia Anderson says, "we've seen a lot of interest in our burlesque classes, we offer a safe place for women to enjoy movement and free themselves while at the same time tapping into their sensuality. Besides, it's just a fun time all around."

If you don't want to take a class and rather watch professional performers, a burlesque show downtown is an option for Valentines Day. "Tease If You Please" producer Donna Hood says "our show appeals to men but we see more women come through our doors to enjoy a night out. Our show is entertaining and more about the tease than the strip. It's fun, flirty, and humorous." 

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