JAZZ:​

Jazz dance concentrates on style, technique, formations, combined with the characteristic movements. Jazz dance training helps to develop or improve timing, speed, strength, agility, and coordination.

TAP:​

 

Tap is rhythmical sounds made by the feet, separate and clear, exact and timed on top of the beat.Focus is placed on proper form and technique.

Contemporary:​

Is an expressive style of dance that abandons the rigid, centered aspect of classical forms of dance, and utilizes unconventional movements from styles around the world. It incorporates certain elements of ballet, modern dance, and jazz.

BALLET:​

Ballet provides a strong, solid technical base for all other dance forms. Class begins with barre, working to perfect balance and placement, which leads into progressively more intricate center exercises.  Students are given classical ballet combinations and lyrical material.   Dress Code:  Black leotard, pink tights, ballet shoes hair in a bun.

POINTE:​

(Previous three year ballet experience required) Class for the serious minded ballet student who wants to take ballet class to the next level. Pointe is described as a ballet position, in which the body is balanced on the extreme tip of the toe.

Hip Hop:​

This class revolves around hip-hop dynamics, yet concentrated on today’s video/pop style. The focus of this class comes from the combination of power, energy, style, face, and technique.