Capoeira. Dance. Fitness.




To help kids build confidence, social interaction and body positivity through movement, music and mindset.

I’m Strong in my Heart!

I’m Strong in my Mind!

I Love my Body!

I’m One of a Kind!



Need a Playcation? Drop your little one off at our class so you can find free time for yourself again and your kid can have a fun workout!

Our program combines the Brazilian martial art of Capoeira with physical fitness and dance to help kids build confidence, social interaction and body-positivity through movement, music and mindset. We focus on playing with intention so that your kid has fun and burns off some energy!

Our programs are 6-weeks consisting of one or two 50-minute classes per week. Classes start with Circle Time to share positive moments from the week, followed by a movement warm-up with Dance, Yoga and stretching. Next is our Capoeira section where kids burn off some energy and learn the basics of this fun, Brazilian martial art! After a water break is our Fitness section where agility cones and other equipment are used for fun, interactive games. We end with a cool-down of breath work and our body-positive Playcation Mantra.

Ages 5-10 and all fitness levels are welcome! We look forward to working with your child and helping them reach goals and skills they will use for the rest of their life.




As a former celebrity trainer on NBC’s The Biggest Loser, author and creator of The 20 Minute Body and founder of Sweat With Soul, Brett is an established fitness and motivation expert who was named one of the world’s “Top 100 Health & Fitness Influencers.”

An overweight teen and lifelong martial artist, Brett practices the Brazilian martial art-dance Capoeira and promotes a body-positive fitness philosophy.

“Fit isn’t a look. It’s a feeling.”


Robin Mock has been moving and grooving her entire life. She started ballroom dancing at 14 years old, taught collegiate ballroom dance at Indiana University.

Robin has competed and performance in ballroom, salsa and hustle dance styles. She recently added acroyoga to her life and loves the similarities between partner dancing and partnered acroyoga.

“Learn to lead and follow on the dance floor and in life and you will always be able to dance!”