Ballet is the basis for all forms of dance. Dancers learn proper terminology and technique for their appropriate age and level. Ballet enhances balance, core strengthening, and mental focus.
An expressive form of dance that is not as technical as Ballet or Jazz. Contemporary style uses the entire body with fluid movements to tell a story.
Hip Hop is a form of street dance promoting balance, coordination, and flexibility while moving to the beat of popular Hip Hop music.
An advanced form of Ballet using pointe shoes to dance on top of the toes. This is for advanced dancers and participation is determined by the director.
A class emphasizing terminology while learning rhythm. Tap uses your feet as an instrument to make rhythmic sounds.
Prepares dancers for upper level classes. These classes include Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Lyrical introducing terminology and coordination.
This combo class offers dancers the lessons of both Jazz and Lyrical. Jazz is a technical form of dance combining rhythm of music and Ballet technique that emphasizes body alignment, placement, strength, and flexibility. With building on lessons from Jazz and Ballet, Lyrical builds a more expressive form of dance using the body to tell a story. It utilizes both forms of technique with less limitations of music style.
A class focusing on flexibility. Emphasis is given to body alignment for proper flexibility to ensure the safety of dancers in more complex choreography.