Our goal here at the studio is to educate the young dancer in both technique and terminology. We hope to challenge all students so they too, will be inspired to be the best they can possibly be. We want to provide each student with a solid dance foundation so they will have the confidence and respect to further their personal and educational dreams!
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Students will learn tricks and floor tumbling while enhancing acrobatic skills. Arco will improve a dancers flexibility, balance, strength and coordination.
Taught by: Miss Keri
Our Ballet class consist of barre work, progressions and variations in both Classical and Contemporary Ballet techniques.
Pointe will only be offered by invitation only to the advanced Ballet student.
Taught by: Miss Molly & Miss Lauren
Contemporary dance is a fusion of Lyrical Jazz, Contemporary, and Modern Jazz. A strong Ballet background is a requirement.
Taught by: Miss Mary
This style of dance is constantly evolving. Hip-Hop is an expression of the urban culture. Hip-Hop consists of isolated movements combined with street funk and jazz.
Taught by: Miss Lauren, Miss Kim, Miss Olivia and Mr. Will
Jazz & Tap
Our Jazz class consists of stretching, progressions, technique- drills, and center combinations in both Broadway and Modern Jazz styles. Both Broadway Tap and Rhythmic Tap are taught here at the studio. Tap dancing consist of learning rhythmic sounds and techniques that allow you to execute steps with or without music.
Taught by: Miss Keri, Miss Kim, Miss Lauren, Miss Mary and Miss Olivia
Senior Companies: Miss LeAnne
Intermediate Levels – All students are placed in a class by level and age. This class is considered a combination class consisting of Ballet, Jazz, and Tap. Children learn the basics in barre, technique exercises, and center combinations.
Taught by: Miss Lauren, Miss Kim, Miss Mary and Miss Olivia
Company students are selected by audition and/or invitation only. Each student must be enrolled in a Ballet class. Students are evaluated separately and are placed in a class that best suits their ability and level. All company members are considered advanced and are expected to commit to all of their dance obligations first.
Taught by Miss LeAnne, Miss Lauren, Miss Mary and Miss Molly