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The Combo classes are a wonderful introduction to tap and ballet for our youngest dancers. It is 45 minutes in length and combines high energy tap with the serene, fluid movements of ballet. A must for any enthusiastic 3 or 4 year old!
Ballet classes incorporate multiple styles of balletic training to create a curriculum that is classical and focuses on exercises at the barre and center. These classes help develop a dancer’s understanding of proper technique, positioning of the feet and body placement while strengthening their flexibility, and core strength. Movement across the floor incorporates turns, jumps, leaps, and footwork.
Jazz class will focus on isolations of the body while improving flexibility. Class curriculum is based on ballet techniques layered with traditional jazz movement. Each class consists of a proper warm-up, stretches, isolations, followed by across the floor combinations, and center floor choreography. Students will have the opportunity to try various styles of jazz, such as Broadway, Contemporary and Traditional.
Tap classes are designed to develop rhythm, style, and sound. Exercises focus on building flexibility in the knees and ankles. With improved coordination and developed speed of movement, students are challenged with increasingly more complex and intricate movements. This is an upbeat and energetic class.
Hip-Hop classes are high energy and fun. This class is influenced by street movements and encourages students to develop their own personal style as they are introduced to various styles of hip-hop. This class builds strength and stamina and improves body conditioning.
Special Needs Hip Hop
This class offers students with exceptionalities a chance to join in a dance class despite their different abilities. A judgment free zone is provided between students and staff for an all-around good time. The main purpose of the class is to encourage movement, provide the student with basic dance skills, and support a better understanding of rhythm. Additionally, music can be very therapeutic and help students that may experience anxiety in group situations.