We offer a variety of classes for all ages. Find a description of our styles below!
Ballet is divided into appropriate levels, and students are placed by skill level. We offer ballet classes of thirty minutes to two hours for ages 4 and up.
Tap is a percussive style of dancing. Its name comes from the tapping sound made when the metal plates on the dancer's shoes touch a hard surface. We offer tap classes of thirty minutes for ages 4 and up.
Jazz is a style of dance that is structured in technique while taking many shapes and forms. It can be performed to a vast variety if music from Broadway to Pop. We offer jazz classes of thirty to forty-five minutes for ages 4 and up.
Baby Let's Dance
Baby Let's Dance (BLD) is a thirty minutes class for our youngest group of dancers. If your child can walk, then they can dance! Students will explore the beginning stages of ballet and creative movement all while using props, games, and fun music. This class if for walkers to two year olds.
Hip Hop is an upbeat style of dance performed to popular music. Although, hip hop's roots came from urban street dancing, it has become increasingly popular in the entertainment industry. All music and dance movement are age appropriate. We offer classes of thirty minutes for ages 4 and up.
Funky Jazz is new, fun, and upbeat style of dancing! It's a fierce style that takes elements of both Hip Hop and Jazz. This class is part of our forty-five minute combo classes for ages 4 and up.
Lyrical is a fusion of ballet and jazz dance techniques that use dramatic movement to interpret music and express emotion. We offer classes of thirty minutes for ages 8 and up. It is highly recommended to take this class with at least two years knowledge of jazz and ballet technique.
Tumbling is a gymnastics discipline in which participants perform a series of acrobatic skills. Younger students are encouraged to take a combo class, the class includes forward and backward rolls, back bends, cartwheels, and fundamental acrobatic strengthening and coordination skills. Older students will incorporate Acrobatic Dance moves and progressions.
Everybody Dance Now
Everybody Dance Now (EDN) is a program designed for students with Special Needs. This forty-five minute class will include a warm up, stretching, opening song, and across the floor jazz technique to help promote gross motor skills development. The dance routine will help to promote creative expression and encourage exercise. Dancers will also spend five to ten minutes of socialization time with students, parents, instructors, and peer buddies.