Spring 2021 Classes
Options for all ages, levels and abilities both online and in-person.
Creative Movement uses imagination, props, and music for fun creative expression for kids in early childhood (ages 3 through 6)
Youth Modern teaches the staples of modern dance technique with additional elements of jazz and ballet for youth ages 7 through 14.
Modern Dance is offered at Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced levels. Classes use techniques from Modern, Jazz and Ballet to develop balanced, safe, and expressive dance.
Ballet Basics teaches the foundational techniques of ballet in a relaxed, welcoming environment.
Movement for all incorporates inclusive teaching styles to encourage the unique movement possibilities in all bodies. This class is intended for all types of movers, including those with and without physical disabilities, mobility restrictions, or limited movement.
Adaptive Dance is dance and Creative Movement specifically for individuals with special needs and developmental disabilities. This session, we are offering three distinct classes catered to the interests and needs of different movers. All classes will be online only this session.
Brain Dance is a sequence of dance-based movements and stretches. This class is a great way to wake up the mind and body and bring a little joy into any day!
Learn a Dance is a structured dance sequence for any BODY. This class teaches movement sequences set to fun, energetic music in a fun, accessible and friendly way.
Dance Imagination Movement is creative free-form movement from imaginative prompts. In this class, we will play games, go on adventures, and tell stories all through our own unique movement!
We will be holding classes on all federal holidays this session.
What is Modern Dance?
Plan on having your hair up and out of your face (ponytails and braids work great). Occasionally in Modern, hair will get messy because of floor work so don’t feel like you need to spend too much time getting every hair in place. For Ballet, please wear a hairstyle that leaves your neck clearly visible, like a bun or twist.
Please note: we reserve the right to change class arrangements depending on enrollment numbers and to ensure the safety of all participants.
Our in-person class size is limited to 10 participants and in-person classes will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis.
If we have a large number of students enrolled, we may teach in-person classes on a rotating basis (i.e. group 1 will take in-person class on odd weeks, group 2 will take in-person class on even weeks).
If you are enrolling a returning student, you will be prompted to fill in student information in the parent portal to indicate if you are taking class online or in person.
Because of our limited class numbers, we ask that you talk with your instructor if you are interested in switching from online to in-person classes.
This Zoom link will also be available in the Customer Portal under the “Classes” tab.
All participants will receive a Zoom link for a class, whether they are signed up for in-person or online classes.
Staggering entrance times and using doors directly into the studio to limit congregation in the waiting room and lobby areas.
Taking temperatures, doing symptom checks and requiring hand washing or sanitizing upon student/teacher entrance.
Requiring all instructors and students to wear masks and facial coverings at all times.
Marking out the space at 8 ft intervals to ensure social distancing is maintained.
Mopping the studio floor in between all classes with sanitizing solutions.
Offering all classes on Zoom so students always have the option to participate remotely.
If you have any further questions about how we are addressing the cleanliness or safety of our studio, please call (406)422-0830 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org