Tap Ballet/Pointe Jazz Contemporary Hip-Hop Pom-Pon Cheerleading
Baton Acro Polynesian (Hula, Tahitian, Maori, Samoan) Technique(Turns and Leaps)
Classes for Students with Special Needs
Tap: Incorporates mainly rhythm style tap and some Broadway styles and focuses on the feet as a percussive instrument and musicality.
Ballet: LPDC incorporates a number of ballet techniques and methodologies including Vaganova Russian technique, Cecchetti and others. Ballet 3 and 4 may include some lyrical works as well. Students will learn ballet fundamentals and terminology while developing strength, confidence, balance, and flexibility. Other techniques are occasionally presented as well.
Pointe: Ballet on pointe shoes. Must take ballet many years consecutively and have directors approval to advance to pointe.
Jazz: Touches on many forms of jazz dance including character, Broadway, Funk, Fosse, and Musical Theatre.
Pom-Pon: Cheer or Dance Team style dancing with the use of pom-pons.
Cheerleading: Includes jumps, stunting, gymnastics, cheer and dance.
Baton: Baton Twirling.
Hawaiian: Authentic Polynesian dancing including Hula, Tahitian, Maori, Samoan and Tongan.
Hip-Hop: A street style dance form rooted in Hip Hop music.
Contemporary: A fusion of jazz, ballet and modern dance.
Acro: Acrobatics class focusing on flexibility, strength and tumbling.
Barre Fit: An adult exercise class using the fundamentals of ballet barre technique and incorporation of Pilates method exercises to build strength and muscle tone.
Special Needs: A class which incorporates dance and creative movement. This class is for any student, child or adult, with special needs either physically or otherwise. We believe that dance should accessible and available to anyone who wishes to participate.
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