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Our Dance Program is designed for every child.
Our aim is to foster a love of dance and enhance each child's self esteem.


Sweet Peas Ballet

Sweet Peas 1: Age 3                                                
Sweet Peas 2:
Age 4
Sweet Peas is an introduction to dance. The primary goal is to foster a love of movement, as the creative component is quite large. It focuses on basic technique through the foundation of ballet dance and movement.

What to Wear: 
Girls: Pink bodysuit, pink footed tights, ballet skirt, pink ballet shoes, and hair in a bun*.
Boys: Black pants, white t-shirt, and white or black ballet shoes.

*We recommend our Revolution Dancewear for our Sweet Peas. They are great pieces to start with and they provide a comfortable base that can be used for several of our classes if your child decides to carry on in dance. You can conveniently purchase girls' bodysuits, tights, and skirts for a complete outfit at our  studio. 



Tap
Pre-Tap is an introduction to basic tap dancing technique. The curriculum is based on the skills set forth by the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing (ISTD). This syllabus is designed for each age and ability of the student with a focus on fun and movement.


What to Wear: Bodysuit or form-fitting shirt with form-fitting shorts or capris, black tap shoes, and hair off of the face.

Hip Hop

Hip Hop is the dance form you see in most music videos; it incorporates floor work, upper body strength, and is great aerobic exercise. There is a focus on movement and performance in the preschool levels.


What to Wear:

Loose clothing, like sweatpants or basketball shorts and a t-shirt, with non-slip, clean, indoor running shoes.


"Absolutely love how excited my daughter is to go to class every week. She asks what day it is, if it's Saturday yet. She has so much fun in her class and loves learning and following her teacher. They always welcome us and are always so sweet to my daughter. I hope to keep her dancing here for years to come!" - Mom of Natalie P


Jazz
Jazz follows a specific vocabulary. It is similar to Ballet in the regard that students progress through levels increasing difficulty and complexity with age and ability. Students learn skills such as turns, kicks, balances, jumps and traveling sequences. The skills learned in Jazz incorporate many levels of space, movement patterns and formations. Jazz vocabulary is performed to popular music.

What to Wear: 
Bodysuits or form fitting tanktops or shirt with shorts or capris, black jazz shoes, and hair up.