The method of ballet taught at our school is the Royal Academy of Dancing, one of the world’s most influential dance education organizations.
Jazz has become one of the most popular dance styles. The dancing is fun and energetic and enjoyable to watch.
Our TAP classes follow the A.DA.P.T. syllabus, a certified dance syllabus offering yearly examinations in the dance disciplines of Tap and Jazz.
Kinderdance is an energetic and fun introduction to ballet involves co-ordination & rhythm exercises, music appreciation & mime for children 3-4yrs.
Have a child in constant motion at home? Bring them to Tiny Tots, for ages 2 years. Tiny Tots builds confidence, co-ordination, and basic motor skills.
Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture.
Students learn acrobatic tricks such as handstands, cartwheels, chest stands, elbow stands, walkovers, side and front aerials and tumbling.
Contemporary is anything current. It’s more of a style, but rooted in technique, because it’s a fusion of several techniques—ballet, jazz, modern.
Lyrical dance is characterized by fluidity and grace. It gets a message across using lots of emotion. Lyrical is not as fast as jazz, but faster than ballet.
Musical Theatre is a Broadway style, jazz-based class that blends music, acting, and dancing to tell a story. Students build on their performance skills and theatrical expression.
Progressing Ballet Technique (PBT) is an innovative body-conditioning and strengthening program that has been designed to enhance students’ technique by focusing on training the muscle memory required in each exercise in all forms of dance.
Stretch and strength class is designed to increase control, flexibility and strength of all dancers. Flexibility is one of the most important aspects of dance training, since dancers’ bodies are under constant demand to maintain a degree of flexibility.
We offer year-round workshops and camps for young children, seasoned dancers, adults and teachers.