Classes

Class Levels .
 
Ballet      
Tiny Toes                      

Ages 2-3.  Emphasis is on creative movement and classroom skills such as following direction, listening and working with others. 
 

Tiny Tutus       
Ages 3.5-5. Emphasis on  basic ballet steps, creative movement and classroom skills such as following directions, listening and working with others.  



Pre-Ballet
Ages 5-6. Basic ballet technique with little or no prior training.



Ballet 1
Ages 5--7. Basic ballet technique with 2-3 years training



Ballet 2
Ages 8-12 Beginner-intermediate with 3-4 years prior training. 



Ballet 3
Ages 9-12. Intermediate with 4-5 years prior training.

Ballet 4
Ages 11 and up.  Intermediate with 5-6 years prior training. Emphasis on pointe preparation. 

TEEN BALLET

Ages 13 and up.  Beginner to Intermediate



Point
Ages 11- up.  Intermediate - Advanced with emphasis on pointe technique. Ballet 4 required. Must have teachers permission.

Tap/Jazz/Lyrical

Tiny tap

Ages 3-5.  Emphasis is on creative movement, basic tap steps and classroom skills such as following directions ,listening, and working with others.

Beginning Tap

Ages 5-9. Basic tap steps 

Intermediate Tap

Ages 8 and up. Basic tap technique 

Pre-Jazz

Ages 5-6. Basic jazz technique

Beginning Jazz

Ages 7-12  

Intermediate Jazz

Ages 9-12

Teen Jazz

Ages 13 and up

Lyrical/Contemporary

Ages 9-12. Ballet required

Teen Lyrical/Contemporary

Ages 13 and up Ballet required

Hip Hop

Lil Hip Hop

Ages 3-5.  Emphasis on rhythm, musicality,  and 

basic footwork along with classroom skills such as following directions, listening, and working with others.

Beginning Hip Hop

Ages 5-9 and under.  Beginner

Hip Hop

Ages 8-12Beginner-Intermediate

Teen Hip Hop

Ages 13 and up

 

Leaps and Turns

Beginning Leaps and Turns 

Ages 5-12

Intermediate Leaps and Turns

Ages 9 and up

Musical Theatre

Ages (8-18). Musical Theatre is a combination of dance genres, and usually portrays a story with emotion. There is a lot of creative freedom. Its a dance style that includes dance technique and acting to songs from broadways and musicals.

Cheer/Pom/Tumbling

Petite Poms/ Tumbling

Ages 3-5. Emphasis on rhythm, musicality, and basic footwork with the use of pom poms, and basic tumbling, along with classroom skills such as following directions, listening, and working with others.

Poms

Ages 5-10. Pom dance can be performed with any type of dance style such as jazz, hip hop, and lyrical, and may contain tumbling. Pom routines include synchronization and visual effect, clean and precise motions  using pom poms. Visual effect includes level changes, group work, and formation changes. 

Gymnastics 

Tiny Tumblers/Tumbling Toddlers 

Ages 1.5-5. An introduction to basic tumbling skills and body positions that help develop coordination using simple gymnastic equipment which helps build strength and develop better balance while learning classroom skills such as following directions, listening, and working with others.

Ages 5+

Level I

 For the beginner student who has little or no experience. 

 

Level II

For those who are workings on back bends, kick overs, and round offs.

Level III

For those who have mastered their back bend kick over and round offs, working on walk overs, front limbers and back handsprings.

Level IV

For those who have mastered back handsprings, working on back tucks (Must have  teachers permission.)

ACRO

Acro Dance is an art form that incorporates the fluid movements of dance with the exciting tricks from acrobatics,

 

It s "gymnastics for dancers", where students develop specific strength, flexibility and technique, to learn how to execute acrobatic tricks, to then be used in dance choreography,

The training students receive in their acro dance classes helps to reinforce the technique in all other dance genres.

Adding acro dance is the next-level training that will develop a specific skill set, and creates well-rounded and versatile dancers.

KInderacro Divisions

Toddler KInderacro: 18 months-3 years old

Students will develop their gross and fine-motor skills. explore foundational acro positions, and learn to follow instructions from a teacher, take turns, and have fun in the studio. Parent assist

Preschool Kinderacro: 3-5 years old

Students will develop gross and fine-motor skills and control, learn introductory acro body shapes and tricks, and develop kinesthetic awareness.  At the same time, children will learn how to be in a a class, and develop their focus, listening, and

co-operative skills.

Pre-junior Kinderacro: 5-6 years old

This is an an "in-between" level that bridges the gap between KInderacro and the Junior Division. Students will learn Development Tricks to set up their training foundation, plus Body Positions, Jumps, and Motor Skills Development items.

Junior, Intermediate, and Advanced: 7 years and up

These levels require ballet or jazz 

 

 



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