Key2Dance was founded by Huayla López a former professional speed skating champion for the Cuban National Team. She opened her studio in 2013 in Key Biscayne at 180 Crandon Blvd., suite 115
Our programs are tailored to help you meet and exceed your fitness goals
This aerobic workout combines dance choreographies in all music and dance genres that flow into different intensities throughout the one-hour fitness class. The dance style is very feminine with special attention to small details in movement that result in major muscle group toning. All world rhythms are explored but emphasis is placed in Latin steps such as Rumba, Samba, Tango, Bachata, Reggaeton etc. The goal of the class is to allow everyone to express herself or himself, disconnect from daily routines, exercise the brain through the constant learning of new choreographies and coordination as well as to obtain cardiovascular endurance and muscle toning.
This program is a non-choreographed workout based on fast, repetitive movements, using resistance bands to tone your entire body.
This technique is a variation of Pilates Methods. Combines exercises of elongation and strength through muscle contraction.
A toning focused class that consists of body weight exercise that focus on your core and various other equipment for strength, balance and flexibility training to bring body changing results.
A total body fitness system that incorporates martial arts techniques such as kicks and punches.
Our program uses the motions of martial arts at a rapid pace designed to promote fitness.
Huaylando tailored for teens while focusing on the rhythm of latin music and allowing them to express themselves.
The fusion of real combat techniques of boxing and martial arts.
Combines high intensity intervals of strength and cardio through the rhythm of the music. Based in the science of synced music motivation.
Huaylando tailored for kids while focusing on the rhythm of latin music and allowing them to express themselves.
Personalized dance and fitness sessions focused on helping you develop your areas of interests.
“Mens sana in corpore sano”
Meet once a month with moderator Colombian writer Rosaura Rodriguez to discuss the book of the month.
During this class we learn how to shine on the dance floor while adding some arms styling, body movement, and attitude.
Vinyasa yoga (centered in alignment)