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Class Descriptions


Ballet
We strongly believe that ballet is the core of all dance technique. Dancers will learn grace, elegance, technique, discipline, flexibility, stamina, and endurance as well as classical ballet form, positions, turns, jumps, and leaps.

Tap
Dancers will learn rhythms, timing, and leg/foot coordination done to various types of music. We teach all types of tap from standard basics like “Gene Kelly”style to more new-age styles as seen on So You Think You Can Dance, Syncopated Ladies, etc.

Jazz
Dancers will learn sharp, fluid movements to create styled aesthetics . This style is usually done to pop music and includes body isolations, stretch, turning, leaping and other techniques.

Lyrical
Dancers will learn a fusion of ballet, jazz, and modern with expressive movements to songs in an effort to tell a story. Strong ballet and general technique is recommended; lyrical usually starts at an intermediate level of dancing

Hip Hop
Dancers will learn fun, upbeat music and choreography (with no suggestive lyrics/movements) to develop the dancers’ coordination, rhythm, flexibility, and self-expression. This is a popular style with many and helps gain confidence

Contemporary
Dancers will build off ballet technique and movement to explore different patterns, torso articulation, and body connectedness. Strong ballet and general technique is recommended; contemporary usually starts at an intermediate level of dancing and is one of the newest styles sweeping studios worldwide
 
Pointe
A classical form of ballet, the dancer supports all body weight on the tips of fully extended feet within pointe shoes.