Combo Classes: Classes designed to provide dancers (ages 2-5) a strong foundation of dance while learning two out of five disciplines of dance; tap, ballet, hip hop, jazz, and/or tumbling. Training in these concepts will lay a strong foundation for the later development of additional dance styles. These classes are energetic and stimulating.
Ballet: Classes designed to teach awareness, proper placement, graceful & fluid movements, and respect for the body. Emphasis on careful technical training that will enhance all physical endeavors for beginning to advanced levels, regardless of previous training.
Jazz: A mixture of many styles reflecting today's pop culture; identifiable by exciting "tricks" and fast paced movement. These classes place an emphasis on isolating body parts, increased flexibility, and exhibition of individual personality.
Contemporary: A combination of Modern and Jazz, Contemporary is in an emotionally expressive dance style. Dancers movements attempt to tell a story.
Hip Hop: Get pumped up in Hip Hop learning the hottest new street inspired dance moves. Hip Hop encompasses movement that has elements of popping and locking, as well as freestyle movement.
Lyrical: A fusion of Ballet and Jazz, Lyrical dance interprets the accompanying music in an emotionally expressive way. Dancers movements attempt to illustrate the actual meaning and emotion communicated in the song.
Musical Theatre: Exposes students to choreography which are generally only found in Broadway musicals or movies with a strong Jazz foundation.
Pom:This class is recommended for dancers interested in cheerleading & dance line, who are enthusiastic and full of energy! Dancers will follow a Jazz curriculum while incorporating the basic pom skills. Pom motions will be learned as well as mastering the art of performing on a pom team.
Progressions: Progressions is a specialty class designed to teach proper technique for leaps, turns and general dance technique. This class is recommended to be taken along with students regular dance classes, but not in place of.
Tumbling: Classes will offer an introduction to the fundamentals of tumbling. It is a high energy art form that focuses on strength, flexibility, balance and motor coordination. Basic tumbling includes backbends, cartwheels, handstands, headstands, rolls, walkovers, handsprings, aerial tricks, and more.