Kinder Dance (ages 3-5)
These classes are age specific and are designed to develop basic motor skills and musicality, as well as encourage creative movement and expression. All aspects of training are explored; development of balance, turning, jumping, positions of the feet, classroom behavior and etiquette.
Primary (ages 6-9)
These classes offer a more focused study of ballet and tap, and begin to explore elements of jazz. Training centers around building posture and grace as well body alignment. Teachers introduce basic terminology and traditional barre and centre work for tap and ballet.
Intermediates (Ages 9-13) ; Teens (Ages 14-18)
Classes include traditional barre, centre work, and focuses on building strong technique. Teachers emphasize body alignment, posture, flexibility, muscle memory and control.
These classes build off of the basics of Ballet (balance, flexibility, and control), yet are faster paced. It offers a wide variety of musical accompaniment and promotes individual expression.
Beginner through advanced classes includes both barre and centre work emphasizing musicality and coordination. Technique in both Broadway and Rhythm styles is taught through exercises, drills, and combinations.
Lyrical classes combine the strength and passion of Jazz with the grace and fluidity of Ballet. It emphasizes the performance and storytelling aspect of dance. (Ballet and Jazz are pre-requisites for lyrical classes.)
Hip Hop classes develop strength and stamina along with muscle memory. The classes are fast paced and energetic with new combinations every week. No previous dance training is needed.
Contemporary classes are a mixture of Lyrical and Jazz. It consists of modern technique and movement utilizing a wide range of music.
Learn to pop, lock, rock, drop, and freeze in this high energy breakdancing class taught by nationally ranked BBoys and BGirls. Breakdancing is all about confidence, discipline, and finding your own groove!
Yoga creates a nurturing non-competitive environment where children can connect, explore, and be active. Through postures, breathing exercises, and relaxation techniques, children build a new toolbox for navigating their surroundings.