Ballet provides the fundamentals of technique for all dance forms. Through one on one guidance, students develop a greater awareness of their bodies and its movement potential. Through choreographed floor work, students experience the musicality and grace of the classical ballet.
Contemporary is a dance form that’s source is the unique movement style of the teacher. Contemporary classes introduce students to the modern concepts of contract/release, fall/recovery and isolations. All classes encourage students to develop their unique style of movement through improvisation.
Tap is an art form where the dancer’s feet become the musical instrument. Tap is a uniquely American art form with a rich history of improvisation among masterful tappers creating new steps. Studying tap develops musicality, balance, and coordination.
Hip Hop dancing is an urban dance style where the dancer’s movements express the beats and rhythms of hip hop music. Hip Hop creates body expression and freedom in dance that comes from the individual. Hip Hop dancing is a great form of exercise for anyone who loves to move to music and gives everyone the opportunity to learn to dance.
Jazz dance reflects the energy in jazz music where movements can be sharp or smooth, quick or slow, subtle or strongly angular. Jazz Dance trains the body to isolate moving one part of the body while the rest of the body stays still. Isolations become a wonderful visualization of the syncopations of jazz music. Jazz dance training today also incorporates the techniques of modern and ballet.