Dance Styles

We teach a variety of dance styles at our studio.

Ballet – Classes combine British Ballet Organisation syllabus with dances choreographed for performances. Ballet focuses on building a strong foundation of technique for dance, developing turnout, strength and flexibility and assisting dancers to move with grace and poise/elegance.

Jazz – Choreography taught in jazz classes is high in energy and lots of fun. Typically taught to upbeat music, jazz combines unique movements to music, fancy footwork, big jumps and quick turns to show style and originality.

Tap – Classes combine British Ballet Organisation syllabus with dances choreographed for performances to teach students rhythm, style and timing. Wearing shoes that have metal toe and heel plates, tap develops balance and assists students in understanding the manipulation of timing and pace to music.

Hip Hop – Hip-hop is a very energetic form of dancing and is unique in that it allows its dancers to perform with freedom of movement. Classes combine slow, free flowing movements with sharp popping and locking movements, teaching students to move with the different elements of music.

Contemporary – Unlike the strict and structured nature of Ballet, Contemporary classes use a variety of music styles to teach improvisation and creativity. Combining elements of other styles of dance, Contemporary is a genre of dance which focuses on expressing feelings and emotion through freedom of movement.

Acrodancer – Classes combine basic dance technique with floor gymnastics, in order to develop students’ ability to perform a variety of tricks not traditionally taught in dance classes. A key focus of Acrodancer class is to teach smooth, graceful transitions between dance and acrobatic movements.

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