Tiny but mighty, these mini movers are ages 3-5 and are just getting started. These classes focus on the FUNdamentals of dance. Certain classes are geared towards play and fun, while others will work towards a performance.
Our beginning classes are aged based and have a range of 3-4 years in each level.
Youth/Level 1: Children ages 5-9 who are ready for structure and expanding their dance skills.
Tween Levels: Tween dancers ages 8-12 just getting started with dance, but want to be with peers.
Teen Levels: Teen dancers ages 13-17 newer to dance and looking to dance with their peers. We are very strict with our teen age requirements - especially for hip hop.
S.T.E.P. ACCELERATED CLASSES
Our accelerated S.T.E.P. classes are meant for dancers 8+ who are ready to excel and grow inside of the
program. Advancement is based on correct placement, skills mastery, and require PLACEMENT.
Placement is not age-based which means classes have variety of age levels. Students spend an average of 2 years in each level before mastering skills. They will receive annual skills testing and evaluation each spring.
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Hip Hop: focuses on choreography and style and class will include older teens.
Hip Hop Sweat: an intensive 1.5 hour workout.
GROOV3: A Choreographed Dance Party. Boost confidence, build communities, and put the fun back in fitness. With the hottest jams and simple combinations made for all levels, GROOV3will change the way you workout!
Below are listed classes that make up the backbone of dance. With so many class offerings, we’re sure you will find the perfect fit.
Acro/Tricks adds athleticism and gravity-defying elements to your dance skills.
Builds strength and flexibility
Learn to take risks
Lends skills for cheer and dance teams
Follows the Acrobatic Arts curriculum
Aerial helps you grow wings and FLY!
Builds core and upper body strength
Increase acrobatic skills
In partnership with The Aerial Studio (Cirque du Soleil and Beyonce Foundation Tour)
Ballet lays the groundwork for all dance and turns hard work into possibility.
Fosters grace and poise
Develops key muscle memory
Delivers basic dance movement
Pointe, non-performance, and performance classes available
Dancers use bands, balls and rings to activate, tone and train.
Combination classes create opportunities to sample jazz and hip hop.
Introduces jazz and hip hop
Reinforces dance basics
Blends technique with fun
Contemporary gives voice to emotions through innovative movement.
Highly technical and athletic
Expressing emotion and story
Disney Dance opens the door into castles of fun with creative storytelling, dress up , and play while introducing jazz and ballet basics.
Blends storytelling with movement
Opportunities for dress up
Hip hop brings the beat and the funk of the music to the mover.
Prep for dance teams
Age-appropriate music and movement.
Hip-Hop music relies heavily on the culture from which it is derived and may contain some mature themes. Age is always considered when selecting music for class and music is always edited, but sometimes the context is unavoidable.
Explore organic movement process and learn the art of self expression.
Develop greater movement vocabulary
Boosts audition skills
Cure for a bad day
Jazz drives the rhythm right down to the feet.
Reinforces basic technique
Introduces a variety of turns and leaps
Prep for musical theater
Performing class - see schedule for details
Leaps & Turns
Practice makes perfect!! A must-take technique class for every dancer
Reinforces basic turns and leaps
Develops dance progressions
Refines dance technique
Lyrical gives voice to emotions through innovative movement.
Improves grace and fluidity
Highly technical and requires enrollment in jazz or ballet
Expresses emotion and tells a story
Mini Moves is a magical introduction to music and movement.
Large motor skill development
Teaches pattern repeats
Work with one of our professional instructors to customize an individual dance program.
Work on skills for advancement
Cross train for other activities: gymnastics, cheer, musical theater, show choir
Tap teaches timing and tempo turning toes into a timpani of sound!
Engages mind and body
Prep for musical theater
All dancers are required to adhere to the following dress codes. We have great sensitivity and acceptance in relationship to gender pronouns. Please assume and apply the words ‘those who identify as’ in front of these terms throughout the information.
Please make sure dancers arrive on time and prepared for class. Dancers must be dressed according to the dress code. Failure to be dressed properly will lead to a warning. After three warnings, dancers may be asked to sit out if the dress code is not followed. We have lockers available for rent if carrying a dance bag does not work for your family.
Dancers should have hair off their face. No jeans or skirts/dresses. Dancers should wear clothes where they will be comfortable in all positions. Boys may feel more comfortable wearing a ‘dance belt’ once they reach intermediate levels.
Hygiene: Due to our physical work that is often done with a partner or in close quarters, dancers should be aware of hygiene and body odor (some dancers as young as 9 may need deodorant!). As female dancers mature, please be vigilant regarding the need to shave (in relationship to costumes).
MINI & DISNEY CLASSES
Fitted clothes (leggings, booty shorts, and fitted tanks or t-shirts).
Jazz shoes in tan. Fitted clothes (leggings, booty shorts, and fitted tanks or t-shirts). All dancers level 4 and up may be required to have both tan and black jazz shoes, black jazz shorts, and a black and nude leotard.
Pink ballet shoes (leather or canvas). Female dancers must wear a leotard, tights and hair in a bun. Jazz shorts and fitted warm ups okay. Boys should wear fitted pants (jazz pants or leggings) and a fitted tank or t shirt.
LYRICAL & CONTEMPORARY
See jazz - jazz shoes (tan), turners (Contemporary B and up), or when appropriate, bare feet. For girls, nude leotard may be necessary for the performance to wear under costume. NO DANCING IN SOCKS!
Sneakers & comfortable street wear that allows your dancer to move. Please, no skirts, dresses, or slip-ons.
Black tap shoes - we recommend our slip on tap shoes available in our store. Comfortable clothes (see jazz). Note: heeled shoes not recommended.
AERIAL & ACRO
Leotard, tights or leggings, long sleeves suggested. In an effort to protect the silks, please no shorts or clothing with zippers, and have children wear deodorant when necessary as the smell transfers to mats and silks.
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BALLET & JAZZ DISCOUNTS
Add a second ballet class and you will receive 10% off the second ballet class. Add three or more and save 5% on each additional ballet class.
Add a second Jazz 1, Tween Jazz, Teen Jazz, or Jazz 2a and you will receive 10% of the second jazz class. Add three or more and save 5% on each additional jazz class.
If we require you to take a class concurrently after placement, we will offer you 50% off the higher level class.
DANCE ARTS VIP CLUB
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Sign up for a 7th class and receive a VIP Swag Bag.
Save 10% on your 8th and 9th class.
Save 25% on your 10th and 11th class.
Save 50% on your 12th and more classes. * Jazz, 2b-Adv Pro Jazz count as ONE class and discounts apply towards the lesser valued classes
Private lessons are available to help you or your dancer excel, establish and meet goals, and work one-on-one with our professional faculty. Kids and adults enjoy personal attention and customized lesson plans to help them become more comfortable on the dance floor.
Lessons range from $75-$85 per hour and $40-$55 per half hour depending on the instructor. Ask about packages!
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