For 3 1/2 year-olds, this class involves yoga, large muscle movements, and basic rhythms. The class is 30-minutes long, meeting once a week for 8 weeks. Children should wear comfortable clothing that they can move in and have bare feet. Hair should be tied or pinned back from the face.
For 4 year-olds, this presents basic ballet skills with large muscle movements. The class is 45-minutes long, meeting once a week for 8 weeks. Children should wear a black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes (canvas or leather). Their hair should be in a bun. No jewelry. No gum.
Based on the Russian school, 5 year-olds and up, the children progress at their own speed. This hour-long class includes a full barre, centre floor, and locomotive exercises complete the class. Students should wear a black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes (canvas or leather). Hair should be in a bun. No jewelry. No gum.
Based on the technique of Jose Limon, the class accepts students age 8 and above. Students may wear and color of leotard and tights with bare feet. Hair should be in a bun or pulled back from the face. No jewelry. No gum.
This class revolves around Broadway-style dancing and is for students 8 and above. Classes include warm-ups, locomotive exercises, and centre floor. Any color leotard and tights are allowed (jazz pants/shorts are optional) with black jazz shoes. Hair should be in a bun or pulled back from the face. No jewelry. No gum.
Taught by a middle school dance team coach for students 8 and above, this class is high energy. Students should wear a leotard of any color, athletic shorts, and jazz shoes. Hair should be pulled back from the face. No jewelry. No gum.
This class is based on American Tribal Belly Dancing. Students under the age of 18 must have parental permission. Students should wear comfortable clothes (ex: belly dance or yoga pants) with bare feet. A hip scarf or something to wrap around the waist is preferable.
Designed to develop rhythm, style and sound. Students will learn a variety of tap styles. Exercises focus on building flexibility of the knee and ankles, coordination, and speed of movement.