Art of The Catwalk

624 W Tennessee St TallahasseeFL32304
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Art of the Catwalk showcases the most TALENTED Group X Fitness instructors and the toughest personal trainers and best new methods out there. We work out those hard-to-reach areas, & help you reach your goals and maintain your new sleek sexy body.

We offer a safe judgment free training environment for ladies of all ages, shapes, sizes, and fitness levels. Our Staff is dedicated to making sure...
by merchantcircle on November 18, 2018 from merchantcircle

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This is an amazing place with a great variety of classes. You are sure to find something that is a perfect fit for you! Friendly staff and well-qualified instructors make for an experience that is well worth the price! ...‎
by Marion on September 02, 2009

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If you are looking to tone up, have fun, and meet new girl friends then Ladies I have the place for you. They offer about any class that you can imaginable from Pole Dancing, to Hautebody Pilates, Yoga to Bellydance, Jamaican Dancehall, Hip Hop, Zumba, Kittyboxing... you name it they have it or they will come up with something even better than you could have ever dreamed. The owner is super...
by insiderpages on August 22, 2013 from insiderpages
Art of the Catwalk showcases the most talented Group Fitness & Pole instructors. We will help you reach your goals and maintain your new sleek sexy body.
by foursquare on April 01, 2013 from foursquare
At Art of the Catwalk we specialize in Pole Dance and Pole Fitness, Pilates, Burlesque Style Dance, Zumba, Break Dance, Mat Pilates, Vinyassa Flow Yoga, Hip Hop, Core Fusion, Toning classes, Strength Classes, Cardio Dance, Technical Dance, Personal Training, One on One Private Lessons.
by facebook on February 13, 2013 from facebook
Just walking into a gym can be so intimidating. Why does it make people nervous? Because we worry about being judged by others or not knowing the proper way to do what we are there to do WORKOUT. In a world where the drive to look practically perfect in every way extends way beyond the covers of magazines, it's not shocking that anyone would consider "fixing" a perceived flaw instead of working...
by yahoolocal on July 29, 2012 from yahoolocal