Dance Class & Pricing

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Students are encouraged to study ballet first and/or along with other forms of dance, as it is the foundation to all dance. Ballet focuses on proper training, body placement and discipline, grace and poise.

Girls’ attire: Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair secured in bun and or away from face. Ballet skirt optional.

Boys’ attire: Black dance pants, fitted white t-shirt, black ballet shoes.

Adult attire:  gym clothes with ballet shoes.

Combine two popular forms of dance.  This is a fun up-beat class where students learn stylized jazz steps and technique that are true to the most popular forms out there. This class will focus mainly on dance combos.  Contemporary combines ballet and jazz for an expressive form of dance where the emotional story within the song is told. Isolation of movement and control are also taught.

Attire: Dance top or fitted shirt, fitted shorts or jazz pants, jazz shoes, hair pulled out of face. Socks or bare feet acceptable.

The contemporary modern dance form that has its base roots in ballet. With emphasizes on the use of the floor for centering and grounding oneself in movement. This class focuses on the breath (inhale/exhale), which brings quality to one’s movement. A ballet class is required due to the intense floor work, stamina and flexibility needed for this class.

Attire: Dance top or fitted shirt, fitted shorts or jazz pants, jazz shoes, hair pulled out of face. Socks or bare feet acceptable.

Class teaches a very popular version of street dancing featured in music videos and by their favorite performers. This genre teaches endurance and coordination.
A high-energy class that uses the latest sounds in rap, R&B and pop music together with movements influenced by some of today’s hottest video choreographers. Hip hop encompasses movement that has elements of poppin’, locking, and breaking as well as freestyle movement to give students the opportunity to develop their own sense of style. Hip hop is urban, it’s street, it’s diverse and forever changing. Please do not wear street shoes into class.

Attire: Tennis Shoes required, loose fitting comfortable clothes such as sweats and t-shirts


 

Class teaches the skills and techniques that will lay down foundational dance principles about the ministry of dance. This class will enhance your dance ministry and also bring clarity to the right now Gospel Message through dance choreography.

Attire: Black tights or sweat pants , t-shirts, black dance shoes, hair secured away from face.

Class teaches the usage and meaning of various praise instruments (i.e. flags, ribbons, tambourines, props, crowns, the throne & scenery) how to skillfully use them as part of your choreography.

Attire: Black tights or sweat pants , t-shirts, black dance shoes, hair secured away from face.


 

The class is split into two studies: ballet which helps develop technique, strength, flexibility, coordination and motor skills and tap for timing, rhythm, coordination and musicality. Students also play games that enhance cognitive and social development and learn classroom etiquette. These two disciplines will jump start your child’s journey into the world of dance as a discipline and an art.

Attire: Dance top or fitted shirt, fitted shorts or jazz pants, jazz shoes, hair pulled out of face. Socks or bare feet acceptable.

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