All ballet classes emphasize on correct placement, coordination and control; students
learn vocabulary of classical ballet and are placed in the proper level for maximum
progress. It is mandatory to take a minimum of two classes a week.
Creative Movement (Early Ballet)
Designed to introduce your child to rhythm and movement through music, helping develop
Pre-ballet 1 and 2 (Beginner and Junior Ballet)
An introduction to ballet beginning with placement of body and progressing through
basic steps, developing movement quality and musicality and preparing the child
for the excitement and discipline of the art of Ballet.
Ballet Preparatory (Intermediate I)
These classes are designed to work on control of the body to develop the correct
technique for the future. Introduction to the cuban and russian ballet school methods,
high discipline and a strong work out of the muscles is emphasized.
Ballet technique for students who have developed special abilities and conditions
and have the commitment to work their best. Girls must take extra classes to be
initiated in Pointe.
Classes are designed to prepare the serious student to dance complete classical
ballets. Training includes Pointe Classes, Adagios, Variations, Pas de Deux and
An extension of ballet technique, which covers all aspects of pointe (toe) work.
Introduces the student to the contemporary "show style" and to extend the classical
Bar Workout is a revolutionary fitness program that will help you to develop
lean abdominals, firm buttocks, a contoured waist, sculpted legs, slim thighs, strong
arms, perfect posture, flexibility, and the grace and poise of a dancer.
Musical Theater is a form of theatre that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting,
and dance. Students learn to communicate stories through the words, music, movement
and technical aspects of the entertainment as an integrated whole.
Teaches the street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have
evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily
breaking, locking, and popping which were created in the 1970s and made popular
by dance crews in the United States.