Recreation Programs

Lansdowne Parks & Recreation, Spring 2023 Program Guide

Unless otherwise noted, all classes held at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 South Lansdowne Avenue. Please contact instructor(s) for registration and/or changes to schedule

  1. Adult Classes
  2. Youth Classes

Spring 2023 Program Guide


Meet me on the Zumba Party dance floor.

Zumba® is a Latin-inspired dance-fitness PARTY that incorporates

Latin and International world music and dance movements. It

combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body,

DO YOU AND DANCE AT YOUR OWN PACE. Dances include Salsa,

Merengue, Reggaeton, Belly Dancing, African Dancing, Cumbia,

Samba, aerobic moves and more. You will SHAKE, RATTLE AND

ROLL. Come ready to party, dance, have fun and enjoy the music.

Move your body according to the way the music makes you feel.

I have no doubt you will laugh and smile all while having fun and

getting fit. Please wear smooth bottom dance sneakers and bring

plenty of water.

When: Saturdays, 10:30 – 11:30 am; Ongoing. 
Email instructor to be added to the mailing list for updates to the schedule.

Fee: First class $10; every class after $7. After 10th class,

you earn a free class. Bring a friend, you get $1 off.

Instructor: Vonda Pearson, Certified Zumba Instructor

267-902-9887 or


Learn several dances with our instructors.  Come fellowship and burn calories at the same time!

When: Saturdays: Apr 8; May 20, June 10, Noon – 4 pm

Fee: $10

Instructor: Vonda Pearson, Certified Zumba Instructor

267-902-9887 or


Dancing with a Purpose! This is a beginner’s line dance exercise

class. Line dancing provides low impact exercise, great fun and

energy, and is a way to eliminate stress, meet new people and

express yourself. Please wear comfortable clothing; bring some water and a towel.

When: Tuesdays, 7:00 - 8:30 pm; Ongoing.

Fee: Drop-in $5/class; Please pay instructor directly, cash only.
Instructor: Kathy Ausby 267-251-0028


Come explore and connect with the joy of your body moving! No

dance experience or skill needed; no steps or routines to follow –

just let your body lead you. Share in the journey of

self-discovery and fun in a non-judgmental environment. Come enjoy 

the ever-changing playlist and…dance.

When: Class Dates to be announced, Spring 2023; Please follow us on Facebook:

DanceOn MovingArts

Fee: $15 per class; Due to a limit on class size, please pre-register with the instructor

Facilitator: Melanie Lewis Rosalsky, Wellness Practitioner, (610) 328-9293

DRAGON SPIRIT ARTS Yogic & Mindful Movement
Our offerings range from Vinyasa Flow Style Yoga to Yin Meditations and Back to Basics with accessibility to all levels, while including the introductory teachings for Brand New Yogis/Beginners. For those with limited movement, like active seniors or pregnant mothers, we offer Mobility Flow classes, plus community outreach practices in Recovery/Trauma Informed Yoga, Tween/Teen Yoga & Baby & Me/Family Yoga. In addition, we offer the Internal/Martial Arts practices of Qigong & Tai Chi, accessible to all bodies, at any age even for those with physical restrictions. 

Enter this practice with a “beginner’s mind.” This class focuses on the fundamental principles of alignment and breath work in a flow of postures linked together by the breath. The intention is to create a healthy practice to help avoid injury that may be encountered at a more advanced stage by building a solid foundation that will support a sustainable practice in years to come. The flow / Vinyasa aspect of this practice is slow paced, incorporating simple variations. Students will be introduced to yoga postures through step-by-step verbal description and demonstration. Bring your own yoga mat. Props (Blankets, Straps, Blocks, etc.) will be provided. Modified poses & posture flows will be offered as needed (please be sure to give advanced notice prior to attendance if there are any mobility issues, so we can plan accordingly). While this practice is geared toward Beginners, it’s appropriate for all levels of experience.

When: Sundays, 10:00 – 11:15 am; 4 Weeks, April 2-30 (No Class 4/9); May 7-June 4 (No Class 5/28)

Fee: $75/4 week session
Instructor: Verita Bonner/RYT Certified Teacher


This Mindful Movement Meditation practice cultivates centering the Mind, steadying the Heart and aligning the Body with the Breath. Expect an Internal Arts approach to a practice in balance with the Martial Arts systems from which it originated. The sessions incorporate excerpted movements from various Traditional Chinese Medical Theory & Taoist Qigong (Chi-kung) techniques, as well as T’ai Chi forms. This movement practice is accessible to most everyone, often using the entire space to take movements across the floor space & other times using a small amount of standing space, which allows for modification in seated position if needed (please be sure to give advance notice prior to 

attendance if there are any mobility issues, so we can plan accordingly). Appropriate for Experienced Beginners & Intermediate Practitioners.

When: Mondays, 11:00 am - 12:00 pm; 4 Weeks, April 5-26; May 3-31 (No class 5/10) 

Fee: $75/4 week session

Instructor: Gabrielle de Burke, Experienced/Certified ERYT + NQA TeacherTO REGISTER FOR CLASSES WITH DRAGON SPIRIT ARTS: Please make fee(s) payable to “Dragon Spirit or 215-914-5614

For additional information about classes or instructors, please visit

www.lansdowneborough.comUnless otherwise noted, all classes held at the Twentieth Century Club, 84 South Lansdowne Avenue. Classes may be cancelled due to low registration.  Please contact Lansdowne Parks & Recreation at 610-284-1493 to confirm attendance in a class.