Charlotte Bachelorette Party

Partying with all of your favorite ladies is the best way to enjoy a bachelorette party, especially when everybody is so busy in this day and age. This is a memorable period of time in your life, and it deserves to be celebrated in the best fashion possible. Charlotte is an especially great place to plan on celebrating your bachelorette party, as there is a scene for everybody to enjoy. Whether your group of friends is creative, active, glamorous, or a little bit of everything...there's an activity or destination in the area that is sure to help you make the best memories.


Vibe Dance Studio

We recommend saving this activity for the period before you plan on drinking to be safe! Physical activities like Zumba and Vibe classes offer an empowering way to step out of your comfort zone with your best friends. Plus, it's the perfect excuse to indulge in some dessert or an extra drink later in the night!


Wine and Design

If you've never participated in and paint and sip night like the ones that are offered here, you're really missing out! Your bachelorette party is the perfect reason to enjoy a creative adventure here. A local artist instructs you step by step, and this takes all of the intimidation out of the process. Plus, you'll get to sip on your favorite beverage as you paint with your friends. It's a win-win situation.


Bar Hopping

Charlotte has a night life scene that's out of this world! It's easy to find hip spots to have dinner and a drink or take advantage of impressive happy hours. Some of the most popular choices include the Imperial, Tilt on Trade, the Underground, and Infused. However, if there's a specific atmosphere you're looking'll be able to find it.


Transportation plays a big role in any night out, especially when alcohol is involved. The safest route is reserving with a Charlotte Limousine Company. Not only will you have a designated driver who is knowledgeable of the area, but you'll also have a meeting spot through out the night and the ability to customize your itinerary exactly how you'd like. It will make your celebration memorable for all of the right reasons!


Limos Charlotte

2335 Farmer St

Apt M

Charlotte, NC 28208

(704) 981-6704

Tips for a safe workout



In my class, you are going to sweat, sweat, sweat!! Here are some good choices for clothing material:

- Cotton: Great for soaking up sweat and easy on the wallet. Be careful with cotton tights because when working out, sweat can show through the tights!

- Synthetic fibers: Better than cotton because not only does it soak up sweat but keeps the skin dry too! Can be easy on the wallet as well depending on where you go. Kate Hudson has some super cute tights and shirts that are not expensive!

- No sweats! Sweat pants can not only make your legs feel like they are in an oven, but also can slow you down! Sweats are generally make of polyester and not made for dance fitness. Stay away from joggers as well!



We do a bunch of sliding, jumping, and shuffling and you will need the proper shoe to support these movements. Here are my recommendations for proper footwear:

- No Running shoes! Running shoes have a thick sole at the bottom and is not for moving side to side. They are for running forward! Wearing these can easily cause an ankle sprain. 

- Make sure you have good cushioning under the heel and the ball of your foot. 

- Nike's training shoes are my go to. They are light and comfortable and are very flexible!

- Socks are very important! Wearing the proper fiber will help with absorbing sweat and preventing blisters! Look for socks with synthetic fibers (acrylic or polyester) I like the footies. They are cheap and you hardly notice you have them on .



My class is very intense and monitoring intensity is very important for safety reasons. There are a couple of ways to monitor intensity. You can either do it yourself with a heart rate monitor or follow my guidelines below:

Throughout the class, I will periodically ask "How are you feeling?" "Are we good?" These actions should be taken depending upon your response:

- If you can shout "YES!" or "I feel great!" Your intensity is fine and you can keep going at the same or a higher intensity.

-If you can barely say "yes" and cannot say a simple sentence, Your intensity is a little too high and you need to slow it down. You also need to slow down if you are sweating profusely and your mouth is dry. Grab a drink of water and ease back into the workout slowly.

-If you cannot say anything at all and your face feels hot or you are feeling dizzy, you need to stop immediately and have a seat. Also, please notify me.



Please do NOT drink a full bottle of water during class. This will not only slow you down, but can also cause cramps. Here are some recommendations for fluid intake while exercising:

2 hours before you workout - 17 - 20 oz

Every 10 - 30 min during class drink based on how much sweat you lose. This can vary because everyone is different but this should NOT be more than 10 oz of water.

After exercise, drink at least 16 oz for every pound lost.



Based on experience, I recommend not eating anything 2 hours prior to class. I also recommend not coming to class starving either. If you have to, eat a small wheat peanut butter and jelly sandwich or something similar 1 hour at the most before class. Eating too soon before class can slow you down and also make you feel sick.