Youth Recreational

We have beginning levels of ballet, jazz, modern, contemporary, and aerial for youth who want to give movement a try. These classes do not require ballet twice weekly, but will give you a solid foundation if you decide you want to pursue the pre-professional ballet curriculum.

Come get some exercise, meet some people, have some fun, and learn a little something along the way!

While there is no required uniform for Recreational Division classes, we do ask that you adhere to the DRESS CODE.

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Youth Dance Classes

Session Tuition: Tuition is calculated based on 12-weeks of training and divided into 3 equal monthly payments. The first tuition payment is due on August 25 or at registration with subsequent payments due every four weeks. 

Youth Aerial

Session Tuition: Tuition is calculated based on 12-weeks of training and divided into 3 equal monthly payments. The first tuition payment is due on August 25 or at registration with subsequent payments due every four weeks. 

Youth Aerial Foundations Workshop

Workshop Tuition: Tuition is based on 6-weeks of training and due at registration

Foundations:  introduces you to silks and builds strength getting you off the ground 

Continuing Beginning Silks: This class builds on skills developed in Absolute Beginning and adds split roll-up, double helix, footlocker climbs, footlocker in the air and more.

 

Beginning Intermediate Silks: This class builds on skills developed in prior levels and adds monkey foot, hipkey in the air, v-up from ground, thigh hitch, ankle hang and more

 

Intermediate Silks: This class continues to build on skills adding the bicycle climb, same side & opposite side thigh wrap, cross back straddle, and more.

Aerial

Students' training includes methods of climbing, foot locks onto the fabrics, and learning basic movements on the fabrics and aerial safety. Students then extend their working repertoire of aerial movements, their core strength, their stamina, and their body control. As students progress they will learn new climbs and locks, as well as additional movements including inversion all based on having a fundamental control in silks. Students will explore staying in the air and combining several movements in order to build a base for future performances.

You'll find our school culture very welcoming, non-competitive, and fun.