Dance Classes

We offer a wide ranges of classes. Click here to register for a class. Scroll down to view descriptions of classes. Click on each Class Name or READ MORE button to see more information on each class.

This area provides information on Attendance, Class Etiquette, Competitions, Dance Wear Suppliers, Exams, Fee Payments (& Costuming), Hair & Dress Requirements, Solos and Duos, and Workshops. You can Register for a class here.

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acrobaticsAcrobatique is a style of acrobatics used specifically for dancers.  It incorporates the elements of gymnastics, jazz, balancing, and tumbling. Students will learn acrobatic tricks such as handstands, cartwheels, chest stands, elbow stands, walkovers, side and front aerials, and tumbling.  Acrobatique creates a much more versatile dancer.  Dancers will develop a good foundation of strength and flexibility, placing a good emphasis on conditioning, strength and stretch training.  Instructors utilize professional spotting techniques which are necessary to ensure safety and build confidence.

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adultWe provide a couple of classes for Adults including the Adult Stretch and Tone Class, Adult Tap Class, and PiYo LIVE. Availability pending on interest.

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balletThe definition of ballet is an artistic dance performed as a theatrical entertainment by a number of persons. The art of Ballet can trace its origins to the early seventeenth century, when dancers performed to entertain audiences between scenes of an opera. Russia has become the international center of ballet, combining the strength and fervour of Italian style with the softness and fluidity of the French school. Choreographers experiment with both new and traditional forms and styles, and dancers constantly seek to expand their technical and theatrical capabilities. Much of a ballet dancers training takes place at a barre. Ballets can be performed alone or as part of an opera. Ballet is best known for its high level techniques such as pointe work, grand pas de deux, and high leg extensions.

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creativeCreative Movement is a joyful way for children to explore movement through music, develop physical skills, channel energy, stimulate imagination and promote creativity. Creative movement uses body actions to: communicate an image (the wind), communicate an idea (a journey) or communicate a feeling (strength).Creative Movement provides children with opportunities for non-competitive, success-oriented and creative experiences. Through movement, children learn about their bodies, the space around them, and each other. Creative movement activities should encourage all children to participate. Both boys and girls enjoy these classes. All children can benefit, including children with communication, sensory, developmental or physical challenges.

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hiphopA technique all in itself, Hip-Hop combines traditional African movement with jazz and street dance techniques to create an exciting new dance form.

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jazzJazz dance is a dynamic and ever changing dance form always open to snapping up new ideas and soaking up the latest cultural styles. It is a blend of two movements; folk dance of Africa, North and South America and Europe and the theatre dance developed from modern, ballet, and ethnic dance. Today Jazz dance is still in a state of growth and change as it continues to mirror modern-day society. It moves with our ever-changing society and eagerly incorporates new challenges in music, movement, and thought. Jazz dance customs will continue to flourish and expand as Jazz teachers, choreographers, students, and enthusiasts embrace this art form and pass it onto upcoming generations with enthusiasm. Jazz class will include warm-up, barre, stretching, isolations, and across the floor jumps, turns, and combinations.

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pilattes1These classes include Teen Recreational Dance Class, Musical Theatre, Body Conditioning Class, & Stott Pilates.

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lyricalLyrical dance embraces the components of Ballet, Jazz, and Modern. It uses the lyrics of a song and the feelings from your heart and body to make the movements come to life.

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pointePointe is a stage of development in Ballet. Students required extensive Ballet training to begin training on Pointe. Not all students will be able or have the desire to achieve the strength, placement, and technique required to execute Pointe safely and correctly. Students

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tapTap, although not called that at that time, began as a result of early African slaves communicating over long distances with the use of drums. Slaveholders already afraid of revolt forbid the use of drums thus forcing the African-Americans to transfer these rhythms to their feet.

Through the years tap has evolved from

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Freaks.04Dance Sensations Company consists of 19 dancers. These dancers are members of the Pre Senior, Senior & University levels.

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babyballet"You & Me" is an introduction into Dance. It is designed for the very young dancer between the ages of 18 months and 2 years old.
Fine and gross motor skills are developed through the use of music, dance and their favorite obstacle courses! We sing nursery rhymes, stretch and move to the music, and develope physical skills with props, including child-friendly musical instruments, scarves, a parachute, and much more! Parents will love participating as they assist in developing their

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