Dance Styles


Acquire training of the Vaganova method and learn how to correctly execute poses and movements in ballet. Barre exercises, centre-work, and across-the-floor combinations are taught to develop one’s turnout, alignment, as well as proper posture and deportment. This art form helps students learn musicality and coordination, increases stamina, and teaches discipline and dedication. Younger children will learn the basics of the ballet discipline and be inspired to use their bodies and imagination through creative movement. It is suggested that parents stay to watch their child if they are under 5 years of age.


Practice repertoire movements similar to modern technique.  Learn to use the back, abdomen, neck, and center of gravity in a whole new way.  This style is ideal for any students looking to belong to the performance company in the future.


Start out by studying the artistry of the classical jazz isolation warm-up.  Progress to the latest style of jazz street dance, called Hip-Hop, relating to arching and contracting of the rib cage and back.  These classes are extremely fun, very upbeat and very energetic.


Modern is structured similar to ballet and uses parallel as well as turnout.  The majority of movement comes from your core while emotions are expressed though contraction and release of the body.  Dancers will explore the many different historical styles of modern dance.


Jazz is a favorite dance form because of its upbeat popular music and stylistic movement.  Your child will kick, leap, and turn to current hits.


Master the rudiments of a dance style that requires an understanding of timing and tempo. Students will study how to change their weight, count music, and use their shoes as an instrument.


Acrobatics combines strength, balance, and flexibility.  Dancers will increase flexibility with our warm-ups by practicing splits, backbends, and more.  They will learn new and exciting ways to balance upside down, starting with headstands, handstands, and chest stands, gaining strength and advancing to forward rolls and cartwheels, ariels, back tucks, and beyond.


Lyrical starts with the ballet foundation but removes boundaries, allowing more freedom to express emotion through dance, all to popular songs.  Always a favorite for young dancers.

Musical Theater

Musical theater is a jazz-based dance class filled with Broadway-style dancing and music. Classes incorporate the style of dance one would typically see on a Broadway stage. This form of dancing emphasizes learning performance skills such as connecting with the audience, facial expressions, and singing.

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