Little Dancers: Ages 2-5
Dancers from ages 2-5 are invited to participate in recreational classes that allow for creativity, physical exploration and fun! Tiny Tots is a program offered to munchkins ages 2 to 3 who are itching to get moving! Baby Ballerinas, Tappin Toes and Jazzy Hop programs offer dancers ages 3-5 a chance to explore specific forms of dance and make some friends too!

Little Dancer Programs Fall Schedule
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Recreational and Competitive Dancers: Ages 6-18
Classes are constructed to challenge the dancers weekly with varying styles, music and material and still allow them an opportunity to perfect specific skills. All classes include warm-up and stretching, strengthening exercises, movement across the room and a combination of movements to challenge both their physical endurance and memory.

Teens and Adults: Ages 13+
These classes are not only physically challenging but will also improve your memory, health and your personal level of fitness. We offer adult classes in Hip Hop, Ballet, Contemporary/Modern, Jazz, Tap and Musical Theatre.

Technique Classes
These classes enable students to build a dance vocabulary, improve posture and technique and learn musicality and creativity. Classes are made up of both competitive and non-competitive students and are offered from beginner to advanced levels. All dance forms offered are designed to teach a specific vocabulary in various styles at each level.

Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D.) Ballet Syllabus
The R.A.D. syllabus is an international and well recognized association. The syllabus includes ballet, character, free movement and pointe at various levels. This method is taught to all ballet students and examinations are optional.

A.D.A.P.T Syllabus for Jazz and Tap
Brian Foley, a well known Canadian choreographer, director and dance teacher developed ADAPT; a certified "dance syllabus" in the dance disciplines of Tap and Jazz. ADAPT represents an elite group of dance teachers who follow the ADAPT Syllabus. ADAPT dance teachers are leaders in quality dance training. They teach the love of dance and movement not only to the elite student, but to the recreational dancer as well. ADAPT and the ADAPT Syllabus System is taught by over 150 Canadian Dance Studios from coast to coast.

Competition Classes
Participation in competitions enables students to broaden their dance experience through a variety of choreography. Students utilize skills developed in technique classes, enjoy friendships with team dancers and experience the challenge of competition. Students can compete in solos, duets, trios, groups and "Dance Attack" (our production number). Dancers enrolled in three technique classes may be invited to join our competitive team.