is a percussive style of dance. It’s name comes from the tapping sound made when the metal plates on the dancer’s shoe touches a hard surface.
is structured in technique and uses a vast variety of music all the way from broadway to pop. It is and upbeat style of dance.
consists of floor gymnastics that progresses from forward rolls and cartwheels to advanced tumbling including aerial work. This focuses on flexibility, strength, and team work.
will be a great opportunity to pull out your old tap shoes or start a new hobby! We will have two teachers in the room that will be able to accommodate for the more experienced tappers and the beginning tappers.
*Adult classes will be for movement and fun and each dancer will have the option of performing in the recital. *
class is structured to stimulate coordination and listening skills, music interpretation, and motor development in the youngest dancers. Moms will participate with their dancer in class.
is a fusion of ballet and jazz technique that uses dramatic motion to interpret music and express emotion.
are styles of expressive dance that combine elements of several dance genres.
is offered to ages 5 through 18. Hip hop is an upbeat dance that encourages expression and style. It incorporates jazz, break, and popping and locking. All music selections and dance moves will be age appropriate.
introduce the fundamentals of tap and ballet, while also exploring imaginations through creative movement. Acrobatics is introduced in the combo class at the age of four and then offered as an additional class once they begin elementary school. Jazz is introduced when they begin elementary school and continues through high school. Lyrical is introduced when they reach 2nd grade and transitions to contemporary/modern when they reach high school.
is offered to enhance ones flexibility, strength, and endurance. Time will be spent working across the floor and center work, while focusing on kicks, leaps, and turns.
is a classical dance form that combines grace and precision while employing formal steps and positions. Expressive movement is created through intricate, flowing patterns. Pre-Pointe/Pointe Class is available starting in 6th grade and continues through 12th. Pre-Pointe involves strength training in preparation for Pointe. Once instructors determine the dancer has reached pointe level, the dancer will begin pointe.