Each class, unless noted, is open to all students. When determining placement, we take into consideration their age and their skill level. It is important a student is not only in the correct level that allows for growth but also one that will coincide with their age and maturity level. The Studio Director and Instructors are skilled and trained professionals and it is imperative that it is understood by the student/parent that any class is contingent upon Instructor approval. You will be notified in the event we feel that a different style or level is appropriate.
The studio reserves the right to cancel or reschedule classes.
See below for 6 week class offerings for 2yo through Adult!
*NEW THIS YEAR* 6 Week Tumbling Sessions
In the past tumbling has been an ongoing monthly class, however, we have created instead, 6 week sessions that allow for more focus on specific skills and movement throughout the levels during the season.
Noted are the skills learned in that level’s class. These are the skills the student is working on. Student must have skills listed in previous level to register for or advance to next level.
Forward Roll, Backward Roll, Bridge, Bridge Kickover, Front Limber, Cartwheel, Handstand, Handstand Forward Roll
Round off, Back Walkover, Front Walkover, Dive Cartwheel, Front Handspring, Advanced Bridge Variations
Aerial, Standing Back Handspring, Back Handspring w/ Step Out, Connected Skills (ie. Roundoff back handspring)
Front Aerial, Connected skill variations (ie. Roundoff-back handspring-back handspring), Roundoff back tuck
Standing Back Tuck, Advanced Connected skill variations (ie. Roundoff-back handspring-back tuck), Front Tuck, Pike, Layout
6 Week sessions are as followed and billed every 6 weeks at the start of the new session. Once enrolled into a class, you will automatically be enrolled into the same level for the next session unless you 1. Level up according to the instructor or 2. Ask to be removed from the upcoming session.
Session 1: 9/16 - 10/28 (no class 10/14 for Columbus Day)
Session 2: 11/4 - 12/16 (no class 11/25 for Thanksgiving Week)
Session 3: 1/6 - 2/10
Session 4: 2/24 - 3/30
Session 5: 4/6 - 5/18 (no class 4/20 due to April break)
Cost per 6 week session:
Level 1: $48
Level 2, 3 & 4: $60
Level 5: $48
Acro Variations (level 4/5): $20 (must be enrolled in tumbling levels 4 or 5 as well)
First session: Saturdays September 21st - November 2nd, 10:30 - 11:15, $65
(No class October 12th for Columbus Weekend)
First Session: Saturdays September 21st - November 2nd, 9:00-9:45, $65
(No Class October 12th for Columbus Weekend)
Open to boys only 6+
Session info released soon
We encourage our students to take multiple classes in various styles to give them a well-rounded dance experience. As class hours go up, tuition is discounted to make this an affordable opportunity for our families.
Introduction to Movement - Introduction class for toddlers in which they will be exploring movement, following along with and listening to an instructor, counting to the music, and dancing alongside others. They will begin to learn basic dance terminology while engaging in simple ballet and jazz movements. By using age appropriate activities and music, this fun and engaging class is sure to be loved by your little mover.
Fundamentals of Dance - Designed to introduce students to the art of dance by learning the fundamentals of movement through an emphasis on jazz, tap and ballet. Using specialized curriculum for the young child with age appropriate music and activities, these classes enhance a student’s creative ability, attention span, physical mobility and musical comprehension. Students learn basic dance terminology, body and movement awareness, and also strengthen memory and confidence as they prepare for a year-end performance!
Ballet - As the foundation of all dances, ballet is fundamental to the education of any dancer. While learning technique, students build proper posture and carriage, develop grace and control and gain self-confidence and personal discipline. Ballet classes improve a student's ability and performance in all other forms of dance. The class concentrates on terminology & technique. The intermediate and advanced levels are encouraged to take more than one class per week.
Pointe - The time a ballet student advances to Pointe is determined by the Instructor and is based on a student's individual strength and ability. Students must take a minimum of three years of ballet training to be considered for Pointe.
Lyrical/Contemporary - This class explores body and spacial awareness, movement, rhythm, and improvisation. Lyrical dance combines the grace of ballet with the stylization of jazz to create a form of dance that allows students to express emotion through movement. With the foundation of this style being ballet and jazz, it is encouraged that dancers are also enrolled in those classes.
Stretch & Technique - Non-recital - This class focuses on stretching, across the floor progressions, center work, leaps and turns. In all exercises, students develop muscle strength, flexibility, and further their jazz technique. Designed to take in addition to Jazz for the upper levels.
Jazz - Students will be exposed to various styles of jazz such as Broadway, Street and Contemporary to help develop a well rounded dancer. Class can include stretches, across-the-floor progressions, and combinations. Upper level Jazz dancers are asked to take Leaps & Turns along with their jazz class.
Hip Hop - Fun and energetic! This class focuses on age appropriate hip hop dancing and music that students will love. They will not only learn high energy hip hop choreography but also rhythm, coordination, isolations and breakdancing! Students will be introduced to many different styles of hip hop enforcing well-rounded hip hop dancers.
Tumbling - Non-Recital - This class will focus on fundamental acrobatic technique. Dependent on level, students will learn such things as handstands, elbow stands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, handsprings, aerials, etc. This class is great for students looking to enhance their agility, flexibility & strength.
Tap - Students will learn technique, clarity of sounds, tempo, combinations and the basic moves of tap such as standard time steps, shuffles, flaps, etc. This class offers students the opportunity to focus on their coordination and musical awareness. A mix of music styles such as Broadway show tunes or pop may be used. Classes include warm-up, progressions, and combinations.
Musical Theatre - Incorporates dance (jazz & tap), voice, acting, and the use of props to help make a well rounded performer. It is a great class for students who are looking to acquire the elements needed to perform roles in their schools and community theatre productions. This class is a wonderful learning and confidence building experience.
Clogging - Modern clogging is inspired by traditional styles but performed to a wide variety of music, including bluegrass, modern country, pop, and hip hop. Clogging shoes are unlike tap shoes in that they have double taps and it’s high energy style of movement is loved by dancer and audience alike! Irish step dancing, hard and soft shoe, will also be explored in this class.
Street Jazz - Not your average jazz class! A unique combination of hip hop and jazz is taught in this class by instructors that create choreography that is fresh and exciting! Focus is placed on stylization, performance, energy and precision. Class will consist of stretching, warm ups, combinations and unique drills/activities to boost confidence, stage presence and to bring out your own personal style.
Yoga - Whether you wish to grow strong, release tension, or just turn off the mind chatter, our yoga classes will provide you all of the above. You will be guided through transitions focusing on a healthy alignment of the spine, as well as strengthening the musculature that supports the body. Ambient music and visualizations will help promote relaxation and peacefulness. Come wake up, expand, explore and energize your body.
Student Yoga - Alive with flowing sequences, balancing poses, breathing exercises, and creative relaxation techniques, this class allows students to gain a deeper understanding of the physical and philosophical aspects of yoga. Partner poses and cooperative yoga games inspire positive peer interactions that they are sure to carry into their everyday lives. Journaling, group discussions and valuable activities create a positive environment that supports self-esteem, body appreciation and tools for stress management.
Strength and Conditioning for dancers - Dancers ARE athletes! Dancers use every single muscle of their bodies and it is crucial to build flexibility, strength and control in all of those muscles. Great for all levels of dancers to help each individual become stronger, physically fit and help prevent against injury.
Cardio Dance - This isn’t zumba folks… it’s better! An awesome workout that will leave you toned and feeling like you’ve learned some new moves too! Explore different styles of dance each week from hip hop, to jazz, to country line dancing! Our instructors keep you moving for a great cardio workout and keep it fresh with new music and styles each class. Basic moves make this class fun for anyone… even the non-dancer!