There weren't any mats of any color.
On the trip home, I said "Tell me one good thing about Physie."
She said "One bad thing is that there was a LOT of marching!" ( doesn't that sum it up succinctly! :)
But later on, she did ask to practise marching and toe pointing, posture, etc.
I actually thought it was great. They would go step by step through a series of movements, practise it through a couple of times, before then performing it to music. There was a lot of hard work, mainly all standing up during that hour, but the teaching style was excellent and I think Diva will decide to go back (see the first lesson is free)