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Dance Classes

Ballet & Pointe

We teach classical ballet techniques and emphasize the importance of ballet positions and terminology. We establish correct body posture and carriage while fostering strength and coordination. Barre work is strongly emphasized from the beginning; traveling moves and center work are a part of every lesson as well.

Acrobatic Art & Radartech

Acro technique is designed to promote a progressive approach to create dancers who are stronger, more flexible and fearless.

Master Program

There are two levels of classes in the Master Program. Barre work is stressed in every class (basic level is perfected and holds and turns are introduced) as well as traveling moves (turns and leaps).  Special emphasis will be placed on turns.


We use the Al Gilbert Tap Technique. This establishes a proper foundation of tap technique by using barre exercises and center floor studies. It starts with simple steps and rhythms and grows to syncopated riffs and time steps. Tap promotes rhythm and freedom of movement and sound. Each year new skills will be added to your child's repertoire until they become a skilled tapper.


Tumbling refers to the powerful execution of acrobatic movements seen in gymnastics such as rolls, twists, handsprings, and tucks on floor. Unlike most other disciplines in gymnastics, tumbling does not involve the use of apparatuses.

Pre Professional Program

This is an invite only class.
Develop strength, technique, and artistry. Using a variety methods such as Vaganova, students will learn to perfect their skillset as ballet dancers in a wholistic way. Most importantly, they will learn valuable disciplinary habits to prepare them as well rounded dancers both inside and outside the studio.


Jazz is offered as part of their combo class to children in 2nd grade and up. Jazz is a fun and energetic style of dance that is done to up-beat music. This class will focus on strengthening exercises, turns, leaps, isolations, jumps and runs.


Students will learn basic moves and terminology, along with an appreciation for the history and improvisational aspect of hip hop. Along those lines, we'll spend time on freestyle movement as a vehicle to help students develop their own signature style.

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