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Baby Combo 2-2.9 Years

Your child's first experience in a classroom environment should be positive, fun and creative. A 45 minute class that combines ballet and tap with use of props and fun/engaging music. Not only will your little one learn movement and coordination, they will learn the skills needed to enter into the world of preschool such as sharing, waiting their turn, and socialization. Gross motor skills are key for this age! Taught by the owner or actual pre school teacher, always with an assistant or two in the room, class size is kept to a minimum.

Pre School I 3-4 

The next level for your preschooler. We incorporate fun, energetic music with creative movement and the basic knowledge of Tap and Ballet. We keep them moving for 45 minutes, a packed class for this busy group! They will learn dance terms and start to develop vital cognitive and social skills!

Pre School II 5-6

This class is full of ballet and tap, with an intro to jazz! Students begin to learn to count music, rhythm, and movement.

Tumble Tots

We are offer a tumble class for your little one ages 3-6! Great class for the energetic student who wants to stay moving around! Introducing your child to tumble will not only prepare them to excel in many other sports, as well as acrobatics, but it also encourages the importance of flexibility and good motor skills at a young age! Between 3 and 6 is a good time to learn basic acro movements such as somersaults, limbers, cartwheels, and roundoffs.

Hip Hop

Everyone loves our hip hop classes! For each level there is fun/age appropriate music of today's top 40 or for the littles- KIDZ BOP! The kids will do a warm up, do progressions across the floor, a combination, and for younger groups-games that involve hip hop moves that they learn! * we recommend NO JEANS or tight constricting clothing for this class.

“"Not only have I received amazing dance training from the best teachers, but I have built relationships with the staff and fellow students that will last a lifetime"- Sophia Maynard, alumni


Learn tumbling skills with certified instructors, great for flexibility and to enhance motor skills. This class is filled with stretching, tumbling, and using safe equipment. There are no beams or bars involved.


All styles, some including Broadway, Fosse, and Jazz funk. Students will learn a correct warm up progressions across the floor and a dance combination to incorporate all they have learned in class. A fun fast paced class for ages 7 and up! Class runs from one hour to an hour and a half depending on the age and level of the dancer. * We now offer PRE JAZZ class which is an intro into Jazz learning the basics and fundamentals! This is for ages 5-6


All styles including Hoofin, Broadway, Percussion. Students will learn to creative rhythmic patterns and percussion using music and their feet to various types of music.

/ Pointe

Some of the benefits for taking ballet are: They learn to follow instructions. They gain a sense of discipline through learning new positions. They learn co-ordination, balance and how to control their bodies in motion. We offer both the Cechetti and Russion Methods. Ballet is the most fundamental of all dance forms and a highly recommended starting place for all those interested in studying dance. The class consists of concentrated bar work, floor bar, center progressions and combinations. Pointe is offered to the dancers who have mastered the criteria made by the ballet teacher.


A genre of dance performance that developed during the mid twentieth century and has since grown to become one of the dominant genres for formally trained dancers throughout the world, with particularly strong popularity in the U.S. and Europe. Although originally informed by and borrowing from classical, modern, and jazz styles, it has since come to incorporate elements from many styles of dance. Due to its technical similarities, it is often perceived to be closely related to modern dance, ballet, and other classical concert dance styles.


Lyrical dance challenges choreographers and dancers to use motion to interpret music and express emotion. A lyrical dancer's movements attempt to show the meaning of the music. Lyrical jazz is a very passionate and emotional dance style. It portrays certain emotions such as love, and tells a story through every movement made. Lyrical dance has a relatively recent history and a genesis based on the coming together of ballet with rock/folk/pop/alternative music and a variety of jazz dance styles and modern dance. (To a much lesser degree, punk and swing styles have also been a minor influence.) It is mainly performed to music with lyrics, and the song's lyrics are a driving force and key inspiration for the movement. Choreography is often emotional, gripping, and exquisitely delicate, all at the same time.

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