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A gymnastics version of dance that combines dance techniques with acrobatics. It is very athletic in nature and takes a lot of physical strength, control and flexibility. Classes focus on strengthening skills to allow the dancer
to eventually execute tumbles, contortions, and flips. Acro is the perfect class for dancers that demonstrate a lot of athleticism and flexibility.
A highly technical form of dance that is the root of all other dance terminology. Classes focus on strict technique, graceful movements and are typically the quietest of all dance classes. Ballet is great for danders as it
strengthens technique, posture and form.
An introductory form of dance for children ages 18 months to 2 years. Creative Movement is rooted in ballet and jazz, and focuses on the basic movements. It is typically performed to children’s popular nursery
rhymes and sing-a-long songs. Children have the opportunity to explore dance, while adding the elements of song and dance-like play. Creative Movement is perfect for preschool dancers.
Primarily performed to hip-hop and popular music, it combines elements of jazz, street, and break dance. Hip-hop is perfect for dancers that have a lot of personal funk and flair.
The basic elements of jazz are rooted in ballet, however this style of dance is much more up-tempo. Concentrates on jumps, turns, and total body control. Jazz is perfect for energetic Dancers.
A style mixed with elements of Jazz and Ballet. Dancers learn to tell a story through their movements and emotionally connect with the music. Lyrical is perfect for the dancers who love to express their feelings in dance form. *Note: Required to have at least 1 year of Jazz or Ballet experience.
A style where acting and dancing collide, just like the broadway musicals. This style is a great way for dancers to enhance their confidence and stage presence, Dancers will perform in character to convey a story. This is great for the dancers who are outgoing and love to act.
A very musical and rhythmic form of dance. Children learn how to make music with their feet. It’s performed to upbeat music and the lessons focus on footwork. Tap is great for dancers that love to make noise.