2018/2019 Recreational Classes
Classes for all ages with the focus on having fun and learning new skills. These classes will have 1 or 2 performances and will not go to competition.
Me and my Tot
12 week session
Ages: walking- 3 years
Is a parented class where you and your child work together helping them develop gross motor skills and play! We will work on basic skills such as marching, skipping, tippy toes, jumping, singing, and more and incorporate them into a dance setting.
Ages: 2.5-3 years
A great class for our young ones. We use music they know and love while learning beginner dance moves. We learn all about warming up, stretching, nursery rhymes, role playing and obstacle courses to foster a love for dance and enhance gross motor skills. In this class they will be introduced to different dance disciplines such as jazz, hip hop, acro, and more!
Music in Motion
Ages: 3-4 years
A class for our older, but still little, kidlets. The music for this class is fun and familiar to them and expands on the techniques learned by our younger classes. We do some warming up, stretching, progressions across the room (including skips, kicks and basic turning skills) as well as putting together various dance combos. In this class they will be taught the fundamentals of different dance disciplines such as jazz, hip hop, acro, and more!
In this class students will be learning the basics, beginner-intermediate steps, and technique in various styles as well as building on their sense of rhythm and their confidence when it comes to performances. Our dancers love dancing to popular, age-appropriate music!
Ages: 7-10 years
In this class students will be learning the basics, intermediate steps, and technique in various styles as well as building on their sense of rhythm and their confidence when it comes to performances. Our dancers love dancing to popular, age-appropriate music!
Ages: 5+ years
HiiiiiYahhhh! This All boys class is a combination of acro and hip hop and is sure to be a blast! Learn tumbling, flipping, parkour, beginner break dancing, different styles of Hip Hop, and combinations set to fun and upbeat music!
Available to some of our competitive ballet students
Ever see those beautiful ballerinas up on their tippy toes?! Those are called "Pointe shoes."
This class will be used the strengthen ankles and the proper leg muscles, working towards the goal of getting up "En pointe." Every student has different strengths and learn at a different rate. this will be kept into account when deciding who is ready to go up on pointe shoes as the safety of our dancers is our number one priority.
For Recreational and Competitive Students
Ages: 6+ years
This Alixa Flexibility class is a must have addition for your competitive classes or for those recreational dancers who want to further their strength and flexibility.Targetting different muscle groups to lengthen and strengthen, our Alixa Flexibility Certified instructor, Miss Vickie will work with students in a group and one-on-one to reach those personal goals!
Progressive Ballet Technique
For Recreational and Competitive Students
Progressing ballet technique is a unique and essential approach to the art form that is ballet. For the longevity, safety, muscle memory, flexibility, knowledge and preservation of the art, to come across progressive ballet technique is visionary and something all young dancers should be aware of and I urge them to embrace this revolutionary support system.
Progressive ballet technique is a unique and essential approach to the art for that is ballet. For the longevity, safety, muscle memory, flexibility, knowledge and preservation of the art, to come across progressive ballet technique is visionary and I encourage all dancers wanting to see a large growth in their dance progress. It is sometimes difficult for students to feel what muscles initiate the correct alignment in ballet their training. However, as the fit ball is continually mobile under the student’s’ body it gives the students a proprioception for their posture and weight placement whilst feeling each correct muscle groups. Each exercise has been developed with care and guidance. The programs have received positive feedback from teachers’ and students worldwide.