Class Levels

Tiny Tots                           
Ages 2-3.  No previous training. Emphasis is on creative movement. Class time is 45 minutes. Solid color leotard (can be one with attached skirt), pink tights, pink ballet shoes.

Wednesday Afternoon Ballet   

Ages 2-4. No previous training. Emphasis is on creative movement. Class time is 1 hour. Solid color leotard (can be one with attached skirt), pink tights, pink ballet shoes.
  
Evening Ballet Ages 4-5, Daytime Ballet Ages 4-7    
Basic ballet steps and creative movement.  Class transitions to 1 hour. Class wears this Pink Ballet Leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes. Skirts allowed. 



Evening Ballet Ages 6-7, Evening Ballet Ages 4-7
Basic ballet technique with little or no prior training. Lavendar Ballet Leotard
, pink tights, pink ballet shoes. Skirts allowed. Class time is 1 hour.



Ballet 1 Evening, Daytime 
Ages 8-9. Basic ballet technique with 1-2 years prior training recommended. Blue Ballet Leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes. Optional skirt in light blue.  Class time is 1 hour.

Beginner Jazz 

Age 8-13. Class time is 45 minute class each Wednesday. Dancers can wear any style solid color leotard, pink tights, and jazz shoes. Similar to Musical Theatre Jazz, this jazz class will take some steps from the ballet curriculum and will include isolations (learning to accent movement sharply with one hand or leg), and learning about syncopation (accenting an offbeat measure of music), as well as learning swings and kicks. 

Contemporary 

Ages 11 and up. Class time is 45 minutes. Dancers can wear any style solid color leotard, pink tights, and ballet shoes. This introductory class will have steps similar to jazz, but also add moves from modern, lyrical, and ballet.The focus of the class is to connect emotion to movement. 

Tap 1 

Ages 4 and up. This introductory class is a half hour, and goes through basic beginner tap steps. Dancers should wear a black colored leotard, with pink tights and black tap shoes. 

Tap 2 

Ages 11 and up. This intermediate class is a half hour, and goes through more intermediate tap steps. Dancers should wear a black colored leotard, with pink tights and black tap shoes.

Ballet 2
Ages 10-12.  Beginner-intermediate. 3-4 years prior training recommended. Class transitions to 1 hour 15 minutes. Burgandy Ballet Leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes.Optional skirt in burgundy. 



Advanced Ballet
Ages 13-18. 5-6 years recommended. Black Ballet Leotard,  pink tights, pink ballet shoes. Optional skirt in black. Can also find the same skirt and leotard in child sizing. 

​Adult Ballet 
Ages 18 and up. Comfortable clothing you can easily move in. Optional, not mandatory, solid color leotard. Skirts allowed. Pink ballet shoes required. 

Beginner Hip Hop 

Ages 8-12. This introductory class is 45 minutes. It will focus on basic beginner hip-hop steps and getting the dancer comfortable with a new style of movement. The last half of class time will be reserved for learning combos where dancers will combine the techniques they have learned to a short section of music every few weeks. Focus of the class is to learn how to move in new different ways, body awareness, choreography retention, and of course fun! Dancers will learn how to find and move to the beat of the music while also adding their own individualism to the steps. Dress code is anything the dancer can move comfortably in and feels confident in (no jeans). For footwear, clean sneakers only to be worn to dance class are preferable.

Intermediate Hip Hop

Ages 13 and up. The intermediate class is an hour long. It will focus on improving basic hip-hop steps and getting the dancer comfortable with a new style of movement. The last half of class time will be reserved for learning combos where dancers will combine the techniques they have learned to a short section of music every few weeks. Focus of the class is to learn how to move in new different ways, body awareness, choreography retention, and of course fun! Dancers will learn how to find and move to the beat of the music while also adding their own individualism to the steps. Choreography in this class will be taught at a slightly faster pace to allow for more improvement in choreography retention. There will be more room in this class to make the choreography your own, while still learning a structured combo. Dress code is anything the dancer can move comfortably in and feels confident in (no jeans). For footwear, clean sneakers only to be worn to dance class are preferable. 

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