Creative Movement — AGE 3 TO 6
A 45 minute class designed to introduce students to the fundamentals of dance. Boys and girls learn the basics of movement and rhythm as well as social skills. Age appropriate material is presented to help children develop gross motor skills, self expression and self confidence.
Small Fry- Age 3-6
Our small fry program is a 45 minute classes designed for dancers ages 5-6. These classes are more technically advanced and structured than our Super Small Fry classes and are the next step in your child's dance development. Small Fry is geared towards dancers ages 5-6 with minimal or no previous dance experience.
Mini Program-Age 6-8
The mini program is an hour long class in different dance forms.
Level 1 Program- Based on ability (all dance forms listed below)
Level 2 Program- Based on ability (all dance forms listed below)
Level 3 Program- Based on ability (all dance forms listed below)
Level 4 Program- Based on ability (all dance forms listed below)
Classical yet vibrant, traditional yet evolving, the technical training of ballet is the basis of all dance movement. Ballet training is essential to all other dance styles, and develops grace, poise, posture and musicality.
Tap works the ears as well as the feet. Rhythm skills are essential to building a solid dance education. Emphasis is placed on precision, speed, and clarity of sound with an upbeat and fun approach to rhythm and dance.
A funky, contemporary form of jazz with a sharp, street-smart edge that will add another dimension to your level of performance. This high energy class will focus on musicality and style as well as the history and culture of hip hop dance.
Jazz dance ranges in style from the excitement of funk to the bravura of Broadway. Jazz technique develops strength, coordination, and the controlled movement of each part of the body. We also often incorporate lyrical jazz combinations into our jazz dance classes.
Acrobatic training teaches flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, and above all, discipline and concentration. Basic tumbling skills such as cartwheels, walkovers, handsprings as well as more challenging tucks and aerials will be incorporated with strength training and conditioning.
Pointe — (By invitation only)
The technique of performing on toe (pointe) for classical and contemporary ballet. For advanced students with several years of ballet technique, upon recommendation of the instructor only. Students must be enrolled in a ballet class in addition.
The idea of gradually increasing flexibility through various exercises.
We also offer Novice classes for older students.