6-week Live Online Session

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the uncertainty of our future ability to congregate, we have decided to discontinue in-person classes for the rest of the session.

While we are not going to be holding in-person classes, we are opening up a six-week session of live online classes via Zoom. Classes will run from April 6 - May 15 and we are also working on organizing a virtual end-of-session recital for all interested. 

  • Each class meets two or more times a week and archived videos will be available to class participants (students must be enrolled to receive access to class videos).
  • Since we cannot provide the individualized attention and in-person feedback we value in our classes, we are offering this 6-week session on a sliding scale, asking you pay what you can towards our teaching fees.
  • Minimum enrollment is needed to continue classes. This proposed schedule is based on what we think will work best for our community; times and classes may shift depending on participant preference/availability and enrollment demands. 



What are the Session Dates?

Creative Movement, Modern Fusion, Modified Technique and Ballet:

January 6 - May 1 (no classes March 30-April 3)

Adaptive Dance:

Session 1: February 4-March 11

Session 2: March 17-April 29


What Level Class should I register for?

For questions about which class level you or your student is best suited for, please click here. Please contact us for any questions.

What should I/my student wear for dance class?

We recommend wearing something that allows you to move freely and comfortably - some suggestions are athletic wear, leggings, t-shirt, leotards. You can feel free to bring layers to help keep you warm. There are no street shoes allowed on the dance floor unless you have communicated beforehand about a medical or personal need. Modern - You can wear socks in class but be aware that your teacher may ask you to take them off for some exercises. Ballet - Feel free to wear ballet or jazz shoes, foot undies, or socks for Ballet Basics. Intermediate Ballet it is recommended to wear ballet shoes.

Can we come try out a class before committing?

Yes! When you register, please select “Yes” under “I would like to trial this class.”

Do you offer financial assistance?

Yes! We offer unlimited, non-competitive financial aid to any families in need. To learn more, click here.

There is an overlap of ages in the Youth and adult Adaptive classes. Which should my child register for?

Each of our Adaptive Dance classes offer a slightly different curriculum that focuses on different needs. Each of the classes have a brief description in the registration menu. But if you have questions about which is the best fit for your student, please feel free to call (406)422-0830 or e-mail for more information!

How do monthly payments work?

In the online registration form, there will be an option for you to select that you prefer monthly payments. Monthly payments are due at the first class of each month. Tuition setting need to be approved manually by Cohesion staff, so don’t worry if your statement does not immediately reflect this change. If you enter your credit card information, you will be automatically charged at the beginning of each month. Otherwise, you can pay by cash or check at the studio.

Do you do automatic payments?

Yes! If you would like your account to be charged automatically, please enter your card information when you register. Please note: When you enter your credit card information on the registration page, you are providing your account information to be charged according to the payment schedule that you select.
Classes with Cohesion Dance Project are for all abilities, experience levels ages 3+

Community Outreach Master Classes

When available Cohesion Dance Project sponsors outreach classes with visiting guest artists through the Myrna Loy Center's Performing Arts Series' and through Cohesion's own Shira Greenberg's Nutcracker on the Rocks.  Check back often to see when these classes are available.