The mobile map I used threw me for a small loop because when it said "arrived", I was talking to myself saying, "huh? where is it?" I ended up passing a main intersection and having to put the address in another mobile map. The second time around, it was easy to find. The sign was kinda small for the building it was on but again, the map choice was most likely the problem why I had issues seeing it. My daughter found it easily. At first sight, I felt like this studio was spacious. As my daughter and I walked through the front doors, we didn't see any staff around. We did notice 2 women having a conversation but neither one mentioned if they could help so we assumed they were just students/members/hanging out. So we kinda just walked and looked around. I noticed some studios/rooms with sliding doors that were cracked open. I peeked in, my daughter looked too and noticed a guy straight ahead. As he was walking towards us, she mentioned if I thought that was the instructor and I just said, "yeah, I guess". Low and behold, it was and so we walked back with him to the studio. We took Rob Marshall's Hip Hop class. It ended up feeling more like a private lesson. We were the only 2 in class, which was fine because my daughter and I are also instructors so we totally get how attendance can vary. Very thorough and chill attitude Rob has. We enjoyed ourselves.