Ballet, Jazz Combo:
Students will learn ballet positions, basic vocabulary and proper arm and leg movement. Jazz style dancing is a up beat style of dance that incorporates ballet positions and vocabulary.
* NEW CLASS: Rhythmic Gymnastics*
Students will learn gymnastic skills and beginning rhythmic gymnastics apparatus: balls, ribbon and hoops. The sport combines elements of dancing, jumping and calisthenics. Fun for all ages!!
Lyrical dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, and classical ballet. Lyrical dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movement.
Students will learn tumbling skills based on his/her level and age. Students will practice beam, bars, floor, trampoline and beginning vault movements. All equipment is moveable. Crash mats, panel mats, bar and mini trampoline. This style of gymnastics is great for the gymnast wanting to learn more recreational style vs. a competitive gym.
Broadway Musical Theater Jazz:
Musical theatre dancing is less of a particular style, and more of a description of dancing that is rooted in the diverse history of Broadway musicals. Relying on knowledge of ballet, and jazz, musical theater dancers are, first and foremost, actors and singers a high focus on musical interpretation. Props will be used. So much fun for those students wanting to learn to sing and act.
Rock Tot Tumble Parent and Me
Parents will have the opportunity to assist their children in the gymnastics class, basic tumbling and balance skills will be introduced. The class will incorporate puppets, singing and dancing. Fun of the littlest gymnast not ready for a first class on his/her own yet!
Dance and Tumble
This class is fun for the recreational child just getting his or her feet wet in tumbling and dance. Basic tumbling and variety of dance styles will be introduced while on tumbling mats. No shoes are required for this class. A fun low key class for children just wanting to have fun! No focus on performances. Perfect for the child not ready to take a focus on a certain variety of dance or gymnastics.