Ballet- An artistic dance form performed to classical music. Dancers will learn proper dance form, terminology, balance, coordination, and self-discipline.
Acro/ Tumble- Dancers will learn stretches, strengthen exercise, mat skills, Gymnastic skills and build balance and coordination.
Contemporary/ Lyrical- This style is all about self-expression, storytelling, and freedom of movement.
Tap- A dance performed wearing shoes fitted with metal taps, using shoes to create a rhythm.
Hip-hop- A range of street dance styles performed to hip-hop dance music.
Jazz-A style of dance usually performed to upbeat songs. Jazz is influenced by several other styles of dance.
Levels- Levels are based on years of training and ability level.
Level 1 is for dancers starting out or having up to a few years of dance experience.
Level 2 is for a bit more experienced dancers who are beg/ Intermediate level. Usually more than 3 years.
Levels 3 and 4 are considered to have 4 or more years of experience. These classes are intermediate to advance levels.
Beginning – This level is for new dancers with 3 years of experience
Intermediate- This level is for a bit more experienced dancers 3 to 5 years
Advanced- Dancers who have extensive training. More than 5 years
IF THE DANCER IS AT THE WRONG LEVEL DANCER WILL BE MOVED BY THE INSTRUCTOR TO A PROPER CLASS THAT FITS THE DANCER'S NEEDS.