Classes offered

Combination Classes ages 3-6

60 min Combination Classes

Combinations Ballet, Tap, and Jazz for ages 3-4 and 5-6 year olds.

No previous experience required.

* Students need pink ballet shoes and black

tap shoes.

Specialty Classes ages 7-Up

These classes are for dancers ages 7 and up

Each class is 60 minutes

They are designed to teach core technique, turns, leaps, strength, flexibility, and knowledge of terminology and dance history through barre work, center work, across the floor exercises, and choreography.

Ballet Technique 

Class for ages 7 and up. Previous dance experience recommended but not required.

In the first 2 levels of ballet technique class,
the five basic positions are introduced and the foundations
of ballet are established. Basic terminology, placement,
flexibility exercises, and muscle conditioning work are taught. Advancement is based on teacher recommendation, age, or both.

* Pink flat ballet shoes are required.

**A Ballet class is required to take most other specialty class.


 Pointe and Pre-Pointe

Pre-pointe class offers continuing ballet technique as well
as pointe readiness training. This class focuses on
body alignment and strengthening of the feet,
ankles and legs. The first 2 months are spent in
soft shoes as proper evaluations are made for pointe
readiness. Beginning pointe work begins at the
barre only for stability and safety purposes.
This barre work will continue through the year
and then basic center pointe work will begin.

 To qualify for the class, students must be at least 11 years of age, have a minimum
of three years of ballet experience,
and have attained suitable strength and technique.

*Pink flat ballet shoes and point shoes are required.

**A Ballet class is required to take most other specialty class.


Jazz dance is an umbrella term that can refer to several related modern dance styles. It encompasses isolations of the body,
core development, and progressions towards a new style of movement.
* Black jazz shoes are required.

**It is a requirement to take an equal
level ballet class in order to take a leveled jazz class.

Lyrical/- Contemporary

Lyrical is a slow, expressive type of dance that incorporates
ballet technique. This dance style’s main goal is to interpret
the lyrics of the song through movement.
Students are taught that a lyrical dancer is to use gesture,
facial expression, and controlled movements in order to execute their movements and emotions.  
Contemporary dance is a dance style that rejects
many of the strict rules of classical ballet
but while maintaining a ballet base,
while focusing on the expression of inner feelings,
emphasizing creativity in choreography and performance.

*half sole dance shoes are required

** It is a requirement to take an equal level ballet
class in order to take a leveled lyrical/contemporary class.

 Modern dance employs a special technique for developing the use of the entire body in movements expressive of abstract ideas. It is characterized by body movements and rhythms less formalized than classical ballet, and seeks to discover new ways of using music and sound in relation to movement.

* It is a requirement to take an equal level ballet
class in order to take a leveled Modern class.

Tap technique focusing on rhythms.

Hip Hop

Hip Hop is an upbeat style of dance that utilizes

body isolations, core control, and current dance movements to express emotion through

age-appropriate popular music.

Our hip hop classes are for both classical

and competitive dancers. These classes are full

of funky, fast paced dance moves

and choreography. All classes are taught with clean music and appropriate dance

moves while still learning this popular style.

*Clean street shoes are required

Acro / Tumbling

 available to age 3 and up

60 minute classes

a sport that combines skill sets currently practiced in artistic, acrobatic, and power tumbling into a fun, competitive team environment. Our tumbling classes are for beginners to advanced levels. Our tumbling
program is great for all types of learners allowing students
to progress through classes and levels at their own pace.