|Aerial Silks||(also known as aerial ballet in silk, or aerial contortion) Aerial Silks is a new and impressive dance form popularized by Cirque du Soliel. It combines elements of ballet, gymnastics, contortion and climbing sports. Learn to climb, wrap, twist and drop while improving your strength and flexibility. It’s an awesome total-body workout.|
|Ballet||Ballet is the foundation of all dances. It is important for students who wish to further their education in dance to take ballet. Ballet includes traditional barre and center work. Students will learn proper ballet technique which will build graceful, strong bodies. It is mandatory for all students to wear ballet shoes, leotard and pink tights. Hair should be pulled back in a bun.|
|Broadway Jazz||This class teaches children music, choreography, and performance technique from Broadway Shows. This class will include warm-up exercises that will encourage many different feelings and attitudes through show tunes.|
|Contemporary Dance||A blend of modern, lyrical, hip-hop, jazz, and ballet movement.|
|Hip-Hop||A high energy blend of street style dance. Students learn fun, energetic dances which include sharp, isolated, stylized movements. It is recommended that dancers wear jazz shoes and clothing they can move in.|
|Jazz||A style of movement all its own. Students learn isolations, kicks, turns, leaps and a jazz combination. Using contemporary music, dancers are introduced to different styles of jazz dance. Jazz shoes are mandatory. Clothing should be fitted so the student can move freely.
A leotard and jazz pants are recommended.
|Leaps, Jumps & Turns||A class designed to challenge the student on progressing in their leaps & turns technique and is intended for the intermediate or advanced dancer only.|
|Lyrical Dance||A combination of jazz, ballet, and modern. Students learn to move by telling a story through their body with the lyrics of music. Lyrical dancing expresses feelings and emotions. Lyrical dancing is done to music that is slow, powerful and inspiring. Students learn control and flexibility of their bodies. Students can wear jazz or ballet shoes or choose to dance barefoot. Clothing attire should be fitted so the dancer can move freely.|
|Minis Combo||Classes explore the movement of Ballet, Tap, and Jazz. Students learn motor skills, flexibility, rhythm and balance. Each class is divided into three sections of ballet, tap, and jazz. This provides an excellent foundation for further dance studies. Ballet and tap shoes are recommended for this class. Clothing should be a leotard and tights.|
|Modern Dance||Teaches the student many different styles of movement from Martha Graham to Lestor Horton and more. Modern dance, like jazz, is multi-faceted. It is stylized and students learn the technique and body placement to further their education in classical modern dance. Class consists of a warm-up, across the floor and a combination. Like ballet, it is recommended that students wear a leotard and tights. Modern dance is performed barefoot.|
|Tap||Is popular all around the world. The name comes from the tapping sound made when the small metal plates on the dancer's shoes touch a hard floor. This lively, rhythmic tapping makes the performer not just a dancer, but also a percussive musician.|
|Tiny Tots||A creative movement class geared for the three year old. It is a 45 minute class that emphasizes learning gross and fine motor skills, following verbal direction, and introduction to dance and fitness. Tiny tots learn movement games, simple and creative dances, and social interaction. Clothing attire for this class is anything your child feels comfortable moving freely in.|