A classical form which develops grace, poise, and posture, while at the same time developing muscle tone and control. Students are taught the fundamentals and language of Ballet in an atmosphere of warmth and discipline.
A free style of dance that incorporates street dance. It redefines and reinvents many early jazz dances and movements, backed up by popular music.
A series of regulated and controlled rhythmical sounds created by the movement of the feet.
Based on a class of 45 minutes, the programs are designed for the youngest students stressing coordination, motor skill development, musical awareness and listening skills.
Pointe technique is the part of classical ballet technique that concerns pointe work, in which a ballet dancer supports all body weight on the tips of fully extended feet within pointe shoes.
Modern is a genre of dance emerged from dancers who wanted to do the opposite of classical ballet. It incorporates specific techniques such as Graham, Horton and Limon.
Contemporary is a genre of dance borrowing from classical ballet, modern and jazz styles. It employs contract release, floorwork, fall and recovery and improvisation.