Tap is a form of dance that deals with rhythms of the feet. Many types of music are used. Tap shoes are required for all levels.
AcroFlex is based on safe and effective progressions with proven results in five divisions of AcroDance: Flexibility, Strength, Balancing, Limbering and Tumbling. AcroFlex covers contortion, artistic gymnastics, rhythmic gymnastics, sport acrobatics, yoga, acro yoga, pilates, hand balancing and more. The AcroFlex lesson plan will make your dancer stronger in all styles as it uses dance technique to train students for clean acrobatic tricks. Simple thoughtful progressions take the beginner preschool level dancer from log rolls and summersaults to the advanced dancer tumbling effortlessly across the stage!
Hip Hop is the style of dance often seen in most music videos. In this class students develop isolated control of their body and strength needed to execute tricks. The Hip Hop curriculum consists of groves, b-boy, breakdancing, along with any popular/viral moves and dances.
Jazz is a more funky form of dance. The body is used in many different ways and is not as restricted as in ballet. Jazz is danced to more popular music.
Contemporary is based off ballet but is not as funky as Jazz or Hip-Hop. It uses a greater range of body movements by the use of energy, breath phrasing, fall and rebound contraction and release. Improvisation is integrated into this class, as well. This style is wonderful for finding a dancer’s center placement and strength. Various forms of music are used.
Ballet is the basis for all dance forms. It teaches the strong foundation and terminology that is needed by all dancers. It is danced to classical music. Our curriculum is based on the Vagonova technique and training method.