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Classes

Dance Class Descriptions & Schedule

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Please find a list of our regular dance classes. Click on the arrow to expand the definition and see the days the class is offered.

  • Creative Dance

    Perfect for 3 to 4-year-olds, this class is an introduction to dance. The class will explore movement through music, stimulate students' imagination and promote creativity. It will also give them an understanding of the classroom community, improve social skills and develop fine motor skills all while having fun!

    Class Elements
    • Basic Technique
    • Musicality
    • Motor Skills
    Required Attire
    • Leotard
    • Tights
    • Hair Tied Back
    • Ballet shoes or Dance Slippers
    What To Bring
    • Water Bottle
    NOTE: Students are expected to master the basics at each level before progressing to the next, and are admitted into upper levels only with prior experience or approval of the instructor.
  • Classic Ballet

    A highly disciplined training in which a standard progression of exercises builds the strength and flexibility required for classical positions and steps. Posture, alignment, and centre of balance are reinforced concepts taught throughout all ballet levels. Each class will focus on the importance of extension, strength, and flexibility. These concepts are vital to all other dance forms.

    Class Elements
    • Basic Technique
    Required Attire
    • Black leotard
    • Pink tights
    • Pink ballet shoes
    • Hair in bun
    What To Bring
    • Water Bottle
    NOTE: Students are expected to master the basics at each level before progressing to the next, and are admitted into upper levels only with prior experience or approval of the instructor.
  • Hip-Hop

    For dancers of all ages. Students will learn a commercial style of hip hop, the kind you would see in music videos. The objective of this course is to learn a choreography where the student can add their style and attitude.

    Class Elements
    • Basic Technique
    Required Attire
    • Sweat pants, baggy basketball shorts
    • Baggy t-shirts, jerseys, tank tops
    • High top basketball shoes
    • No jeans, shorts above the knee, tight pants, sandals or bare feet
    What To Bring
    • Water Bottle
    NOTE: Students are expected to master the basics at each level before progressing to the next, and are admitted into upper levels only with prior experience or approval of the instructor.
  • Jazz Competitive

    For dancers who want to compete or be a part of a developing competitive team and participate in community performances. Dancers who participate in the competitive program will take a variety of classes in areas such as ballet, tap, jazz, and hip-hop. It is a program that requires hard work and commitment. We expect dancers and parents are team players and work together for the success of the entire studio!

    If you are interested, please speak with Michelle Brownlee.

    Class Elements
    • Warm-ups
    • Technique
    • Across the floor work
    • Dance combinations
    Required Attire
    • Jazz pant, biker short, dance top or leotard
    • Jazz shoes
    • Hair tied back in ponytail or bun
    • No tennis shoes or bare feet
    NOTE: Students are expected to master the basics at each level before progressing to the next, and are admitted into upper levels only with prior experience or approval of the instructor.
  • Ballet Jazz

    This class combines the best of both worlds. Children learn ballet technique while developing posture, poise and grace and then let loose with dramatic and energetic jazz moves. Age appropriate material is presented in a fun and exciting manner.

    Class Elements
    • Basic Technique
    Required Attire
    • Shirt or Tank
    • Booty Shorts or Jazz Pants
    • Foot Undies
    • Hair up or in bun
    What To Bring
    • Water Bottle
    NOTE: Students are expected to master the basics at each level before progressing to the next, and are admitted into upper levels only with prior experience or approval of the instructor.
  • Jazz Fusion

    Students will explore ways in which the body responds to and expresses emotions. They will develop their imagination, body coordination, and musicality, all leading to higher levels of technique and increased body awareness. This class incorporates jazz, contemporary, lyrical, and commercial jazz styles.

    Class Elements
    • Warm-ups
    • Technique
    • Across the floor work
    • Dance combinations
    Required Attire
    • Jazz pant, biker short, dance top or leotard
    • Jazz shoes
    • Hair tied back in ponytail or bun
    • No tennis shoes or bare feet
    NOTE: Students are expected to master the basics at each level before progressing to the next, and are admitted into upper levels only with prior experience or approval of the instructor.
  • Theater

    Gives dancers the opportunity to experience the world of musical theater in a performance-based class where students learn the basics of dancing, acting and the visual arts. Rehearsal time is designed for dancers to prepare pieces for a theatrical Rockin’ and Rollin’ version of Beauty and the Beast which will take place December 28th and 29th at La Scene Tremblant in collaboration with Imagine Premiere Productions.

    Class Elements
    • Dancing
    • Acting
    Required Attire
    • Shoes
    What To Bring
    • Water Bottle
  • Adulte Intro Dance 1, 2, 3

    It’s never too late to learn. This class was created out of a growing number of requests for an adult class that would start at the very beginning, assuming no prior knowledge or experience in movement. This class is the perfect introduction to the fundamentals of dance. Develop your skillset in traditional dance elements in a non-competitive, fun environment. Classes will include a warm-up, technical training, work across the floor, and experiences with learning different choreography styles. There will be no end of session show for this class, it’s just for the love of dance.

    Class Elements
    • Dance Technique
    • Choreography
    Required Attire
    • Shoes
    What To Bring
    • Water Bottle
  • Tap

    Tap dance is the use of both feet as a musical instrument. The object of this form of dance is to master the use of the body and feet in playing melodic patterns and drumming out rhythms. Students will need tap shoes.

    Class Elements
    • Warm-ups
    • Technique
    • Across the floor work
    • Dance combinations
    Required Attire
    • Jazz pant, biker short, dance top or leotard
    • Tap shoes
    • Hair tied back in ponytail or bun
    NOTE: Students are expected to master the basics at each level before progressing to the next, and are admitted into upper levels only with prior experience or approval of the instructor.