Creative Dance – Your young one’s natural tendencies to move and express themselves freely to music are nurtured in this lively, creative class.  Basic dance concepts are introduced to widen their movement repertoire.  Locomotor & non-locomotor skills are also enhanced.  Class will also have fun with basic tumbling on mats, trampoline and low balance beam.

Tenderfoot Ninjas- For those younger flipping and flying warriors!  Great, active class for building strength and confidence!

Urban Ninjas- For your older flipper, this class is designed to build strength, confidence, awareness, and courage to stand on their hands, go backwards, dive, and vault themselves through space.

Combo ClassThis combo class offers your younger dancer more dance forms. Dancers advance in barre work and more technical combinations across the floor.  Students learn tap basics as they gain control of their feet and explore different rhythms. In Acro, dancers improve their speed, precision, and strength as they kick, leap, and learn basic acro dance movements. Student choreography is stressed.

Junior Theater – For the younger thespians (Grades 4-6) we are looking for appropriate short scenes or a short 30 minute play for students to perform in March, depending on what the students would like to do. Our short scenes could be musical numbers from Broadway shows or funny theater skits. This will evolve as we work with the students. However, attendance will be mandatory in order for students to perform comfortably in March

Theater Arts – Theater classes are geared for students to build relationships and develop positive self character traits with team building, following directions, and social interaction. 

In the beginning, theater games with the students will focus on building a positive environment for risk taking to occur. Once we gain trust with each other we will continue to play improvisational games, however, more focus will be on how to use your body and voice on stage, deliver lines, and block short scenes.

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