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No Dance Experience? No Problem!

The following disciplines do not require enrollment in other dance technique classes.

 

CREATIVE MOVEMENT (ages 3 – 4)

The creative movement class uses imaginative, fun musical activities to build strength, flexibility, and body awareness; and improve gross motor skills, coordination, and posture. Special musical activities help develop the child’s sense of rhythm and an awareness of the rich language of music. Children also learn to share space, time and attention with their classmates.

This class combines an introduction to the basic ballet techniques as well as creative jazz movements. This unique blend of discipline and fun is sure to keep your little dancer on their toes!

 

PRE-DANCE (ages 4 – 5)

This class introduces children to ballet and tap or jazz basics and terminology. It is more structured than the creative movement class and includes simple barre and center floor work, to help develop strength and flexibility.

This class aids in the development of creative thinking skills and encourages self-confidence and self-esteem. The children will learn an immense amount about rhythm and music and will gain a foundation of the artistry of both the ballet and tap or jazz disciplines.

 

ACRO/TUMBLE TOTS (ages 3 and up)

 

The dance acro combines the smooth and graceful transitions between dance and acrobatics. In this class students will learn acro basics including cartwheels, aerials, handstands, walkovers, handsprings, and other acrobatic elements.

 

 

 

 

HIP HOP (ages 5 and up)

Hip Hop is a class for the person that loves the funk in dancing! While dancing to today’s popular music, you learn the ultimate coordination and rhythm by combining movement of the arms, legs, hips, shoulders and head, all at once!

 

MUSICAL THEATER (ages 5 and up)

Musical Theater combines music, song, dance and spoken dialogue. This class will focus the student on incorporating all these elements to create a story using feeling, movement, and dance techniques.