Ballet: Ballet is the foundation of all dance forms and it provides grace, poise, and technique needed to be proficient in all other areas of dance. Early ballet classes will help dancers with posture, flexibility, turnout, terminology and ballet positions.

Hip Hop: class has a high level of playfulness and exploration through "move-meant" concepts and techniques. Moves that hold meaning and value, informed by personal, social, cultural, and environmental experiences. Hip-hop dance features multiple rhythms and movements. It is percussive, improvisational, where it engages the full body - neck, shoulders, arms, torso, rear end, hips, legs, knees, and feet. It is fluid, and the feet are flexed, not pointed

Jazz:  a fun dance style that mixes many different forms of movement. Jazz dancing often uses bold, dramatic body movements, including body isolations and contractions. This class is for students with a dance background who are wanting to excel and work on strength, flexibility, stamina, professionalism and to expand their skills. Ballet experience is a must.

Lyrical: class is  a mixture of ballet and jazz technique in order to execute a more fluid, interpretive and expressive form of dance. Ballet experience is preferred before entering this class.

Strength and Stretching: Class will be specifically focused on core, leg, and arm strength and overall flexibility. Students will build muscle, obtain balance, and gain more abilities to become stronger dancers.

Technique: Class will primarily be focused on leaps, turns, tricks, and legs. Learning new and innovative choreography to expand the student's dance vocabulary and ability when performing