Jazz, a fun and stylistic class, will involve warm up, stretching, isolations, progressions of turns, leaps, kicks, and jumps across the floor, and combination in center. Dancers will learn proper technique that will stand as a foundation in their training.
The latest and very popular form of dance. This upbeat class focuses on choreography and basic forms of hip hop including, popping, locking, and breaking
A combination of ballet, jazz and modern, lyrical /contemporary focuses on technique and using movement that is very expressive. Ballet is required to take this class.
Tap class will provide basic to intricate training in steps, rhythms, terminology and timing. Also coordination and syncopation through tap sounds. Dancers will be exposed to classic and traditional training as well as contemporary tap.
An introduction to tap, ballet, & tumbling. Class is full of creative movement songs and exercises teaching coordination, rhythm, and balance, all while having fun!
Jazz dance based with focus on acting and singing. Dancers will learn about well known musicals and acting skills including acting out scenes, characterization, and improv.
Focus will be on increasing flexibility and mastering tumbling skills including walkovers, back handsprings, aerials, and front aerials.
Mommy & Me
It's never too early to start exploring music and movement! For ages 6-24 months. This 30 minute class is perfect for the tiniest dancers. Parents will join as we introduce ballet concepts, creative movement, and stimulate listening skills, balance and coordination.
A class specifically for 2-3 year olds to introduce them to dance and creative movement. Class will involve tap, ballet, and jazz while incorporating games and activites to keep young dancers learning and having fun!
Ballet is the foundation of all other dance styles. Through exercises at the barre and center, dancers build strength, poise, and balance. Ballet teaches discipline through the practice of graceful movement. All levels available and pointe available for qualified students.