JAZZ

In our jazz classes, dance steps are a up beat, sassy & full of fun. Students enrolled in these classes will learn choreographed routines as well as techniques to help their balance, strength and stamina through turn, kick & jump work and how to fully extend those limbs to get the desired lines we all love to see in a jazz routine.

In our jazz classes, dance steps are a up beat, sassy & full of fun.
Students enrolled in these classes will learn choreographed routines as well as techniques to help their balance, strength and stamina through turn, kick & jump work and how to fully extend those limbs to get the desired lines we all love to see in a jazz routine.

What to wear to Jazz class…
Jazz students will be required to wear a black jazz uniform that includes a:

- Leotard or fitted black tee/singlet

- Bike Shorts

- Stockings

- Jazz Shoes

- Headband (if dancer has a fringe, this is good to ensure all hair is off face)

Hair is to be in neat braids or plaits for all classes.


HIP HOP

In our hip hop classes, dance steps are a free, funky and soulful expression of movement. Students enrolled in these classes will learn choreographed routines as well as techniques to help their balance, strength and stamina through groove work, freestyle dance & floor work.

In our hip hop classes, dance steps are a free, funky and soulful expression of movement.
Students enrolled in these classes will learn choreographed routines as well as techniques to help their balance, strength and stamina through groove work, freestyle dance & floor work.

What to wear to Hip Hop class…
Hip Hop students will be required to wear certain clothes that includes a:

- A fitted tee or singlet

- Leggings, shorts or pants that can be moved in easily (no denim)

- Sneakers (no strappy shoes, boots or thongs/sandles)

- Headband (if dancer has a fringe, this is good to ensure all hair is off face)

Hair is to be in neat braids or plaits, or a sleek ponytail for all classes.


CONTEMPORARY

Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Students enrolled in this style will learn to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements, as well as learn contemporary dance technique.

Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet.
Students enrolled in this style will learn to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements, as well as learn contemporary dance technique.

What to wear to Contemporary class…
Contemporary students will be required to wear a black contemporary uniform

that includes a:

- Leotard

- Bike Shorts

- Stockings

- Footundeez

- Headband (if child has a fringe, this is good to ensure all hair is off face)

Hair is to be in a sleek, neat braids or plaits, tucked and pinned for all classes.


BALLET

Allowing our twinkle toes dancers to progress with their ballet skills as well as have a younger stepping stone into our lyrical classes.

Allowing our twinkle toes dancers to progress with their ballet skills as well as have a younger stepping stone into our lyrical classes.

What to wear to Ballet class…
Ballet students will be required to wear a black ballet uniform that includes a:

- Leotard

- Skirt (wrap or pull on)

- Pink Stockings

- Pink Ballet Slippers

- Headband (if dancer has a fringe, this is good to ensure all hair is off face)

Hair is to be in a sleek, neat bun for all classes (hair doughnuts make it easier!


PRE-SCHOOL DANCE

A stepping stone to our junior dance levels, guiding students on how dance class works in a fun and supportive environment. Offering ages 3-5 yrs styles of Ballet & Hip Hop.

A stepping stone to our junior dance levels, guiding students on how dance class works in a fun and supportive environment. Offering ages 3-5 yrs styles of Ballet & Hip Hop.

What to wear to my pre-school dance class…
Attire for pre-school commercial must follow the hip hop style guide and attire for pre-school ballet must follow the ballet style guide.


ACROBATICS

Learn how to do your cartwheels, somersaults, round offs & walk overs safely, while learning new tricks & flexibility tips in this fun-filled class! As acrobatics is a sport in itself, incorporating strength & flexibility training plus much more, it is required that students also be enrolled in a dance class in order to gain the choreography and dance skills needed that cannot all be taught within the acro class itself. Discounts available on multiple classes.  * Lakes Entrance only

Learn how to do your cartwheels, somersaults, round offs & walk overs safely, while learning new tricks & flexibility tips in this fun-filled class!
As acrobatics is a sport in itself, incorporating strength & flexibility training plus much more, it is required that students also be enrolled in a dance class in order to gain the choreography and dance skills needed that cannot all be taught within the acro class itself.
Discounts available on multiple classes.
* Lakes Entrance only

Acro-Tech A 
The option for children and dancers ages 8 & up wishing to learn how to do bridges, round-offs, head stands & more correctly and safe! 
Great for kids who LOVE to cartwheel but want to learn more!

Acro-Tech B 
For the more avid dancers and gymnastic enthusiasts. 
This is a progression class and is open to students with sound knowledge of their body (a minimum of 12 months of gymnastics or similar training must be completed - instructors may request students begin in our Acro-Tech A class for general assessment first)

Both will focus on body awareness using acrobatics, circus & ballet techniques to ensure students gain a sound understanding of body alignment, how to hold their own body weight safely and tips & tricks to use when executing their skills. 
Dance class as an addition to this class is strongly encouraged to improve students' overall progression and motor skills. This can be discussed with instructors upon enrolment if we feel your child would benefit more from this option. Multi-class discounts available.

What to wear to acrobatics class…
Acro students will be required to wear an uniform

that includes a:

- Leotard/Fitted singlet or tee

- Bike Shorts/leggings

- Bare Feet

- Headband (if child has a fringe, this is good to ensure all hair is off face)

Hair is to be in a sleek, neat braids or plaits, tucked and pinned for all classes.