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A wide variety of classes for everyone!

Combination
Our Combination classes are generally aimed toward the younger dancer. Class consists of about 25 minutes of ballet, followed by a 10 minute session of gymnastics, then 25 minutes of tap.

  • Beginner levels are available. Starting age for beginners is 3 years old.

Ballet
Lower Intermediate/Intermediate
The next step out of combination classes comes full ballet classes. The lower intermediate and intermediate classes build technique and introduce new terms into the students' ballet vocabulary. The classes are more basic, yet they cover a wide variety of steps, technique skills, and placements.

Lower Advanced/Advanced
Students enrolled in the lower advanced/advanced classes are expected to know the basics of ballet structure (positions, steps, vocabulary). The advanced classes work at a faster pace and have more challenging barre and center exercises.

Tap
Beginner/Intermediate
The beginner and intermediate tap classes focus more on the students to get used to the style and feel of tap.

Advanced
The advanced tap classes introduce more intricate techniques, steps, and combinations. The students who participate in the classes are more attuned to certain rhythms and can use their feet to translate the beat.

Hip Hop
Beginner/Experienced
No dance experience is necessary to sign up for our beginner hip hop classes. Hip hop is a fun and energizing way to express music through dance moves, and are highly recommended for those who are interested in dance with attitude.

Advanced
Focusing more on the precision of the style, the advanced classes are based off students who can experience more difficult styles and techniques. Advanced competition classes are applicable by audition only.

Jazz
Beginner/Experienced/Intermediate
The younger levels of jazz focus more on building strength and technique into the jazz style. Students experience many different types of jazz. Strength and flexibility are built throughout the year.

Advanced
Certain techniques and steps are required to participate in the advanced jazz. Classes tend to be more difficult and fast-paced. Endurance, flexibility and technique skills are practiced.


 
 

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