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A variety of classes are offered to meet each dancers needs. We take great pride in our unique style of dance, training techniques, and implementing each dancer with strong core values. We recognize each dancer as an individual and focus on improving their natural talents and abilities in a fun encouraging and supportive atmosphere! The curricullum is carefully planned to help guide each student and give each dancer the best opportunity to achieve their goals. Classes are run to help build self-esteem, learn about the art of dance, and most of all for FUN! We are very proud of the instruction we provide and strongly believe you will feel the same way. Our studio specializes in smaller classes, which provide students with more personal attention.
In order for teachers and students to fully benefit from the dance classes it is encouraged that all dancers follow the dress code to maintain an ordered and successful dance class environment.
girls- pink ballet shoes, ballet tights, black or pink bodysuit, hair in a neat bun away from the dancers face.
boys- black shorts, black or white plain T-shirt, black socks.
girls- pink ballet canvas shoes, ballet tights, black bodysuit, hair in a neat bun away from the dancers face.
boys- black fitted shorts, black or white plain T-shirt, black ballet shoes.
|Jazz & Contemporary||
girls- beige jazz shoes (for jazz), black socks (for contemporary), black leggings or shorts, black bodysuit, hair in a neat bun away from the dancers face.
boys- white tank top or fitted tight T-shirt, black jazz shoes and black shorts.
|Hip-Hop||girls and boys- indoor running shoes, sweat pants, tank top or T-shirt, hair in a ponytail.|
|Adults||dress code is optional, but recommended and proper shoes are required|
|Latin & Ballroom||
girls- black bodysuit, black short skirt (latin), black long skirt (standard), latin or standard shoes (depending on the class), hair in a neat bun away from the dancers face.
boys- dress pants, white fitted shirt, latin or standard shoes (depending on the class).
girls- leggings, tank top (everything black), tap shoes, hair in a pony tail.
boys- shorts, T-shirt (everything black), tap shoes.
girls-black bodysuit, leggings or shorts, hair in a neat bun away from the dancers face.
boys- shorts and a fitted T-shirt.
|Breakdance||girls and boys- indoor running shoes, sweat pants, T-shirt/long sleeve shirt, (girls hair in a pony tail)|
Dance sweaters and leg warmers are acceptable.
The shoes listed here are generally what will be worn HOWEVER, double check with your instructor before purchasing any shoes, be sure to keep your receipt, and please bring your shoes to your instructor so they can confirm the style.
Hair for ALL CLASSES:
Hair must be firmly secured away from the face and up off the neck. Ballet students are Required to have hair in a BUN.
NO Jewelry, and no Gum Chewing.
NO STREET SHOES & NO FOOD OR DRINKS ALLOWED IN THE DANCE SPACE.