Term 1 starts Monday, September 14th 2020. Most classes are being run in "parallel", meaning that they are being offered simultaneously in-studio and online. You may choose whether you wish to come in to the studio, or take your class online through Zoom. In order to address requirements concerning the COVID-19 virus, we are limiting the number of students who can be in the studio at any given time and we are implementing physical distancing and sanitation guidelines.
*Please note that the following schedule is subject to change depending on interest and registration. Additional semi-private or private lessons are also available.
|CM Sat||10:00-10:45am||Sep 19 & 26||*|
|JR BL Wed||5:15-6:15pm||Sep 16 & 23||*||*|
|(ages 7-9)||PR BL Sun||1:15-2:00pm||Sep 20 & 27||*||*|
|AD BL Wed||8:15-9:15pm||*||*|
|AD BL Fri||5:30-6:30pm||*|
|JR HL Tue||5:15-6:15pm||Sep 15 & 22||*||*|
|JR HL Sat||11:00-12:15pm||Sep 19 & 26||*||*|
|JR HL Mon||6:00-7:15pm||*||*|
|AD HL Wed||6:30-8:00pm||*||*|
|AD HL Sun||10:30-11:45am||*||*|
|AV HL Mon||7:30-9:00pm||*||*|
|SR HL Sat||1:00-3:00pm||*||*|
|SR HL Tue||6:30-8:00pm||*||*|
|SR HL Wed||8:00-9:15pm||*||*|
Creative Movement is a program aimed at pre school-aged students taking their very first steps in a dance class. Students learn general classroom skills and work on their basic and fine motor skills in an energetic and imaginative environment. Focus is on participation, ability to understand and follow instructions, and fostering an early love and appreciation of movement.
Ballet is a fundamental dance style emphasising long and strong movements and lines while keeping poise and grace in motion. As a program, Ballet works to provide proper posture and alignment throughout all movements, beginning from the most basic and progressing to more advanced turns and jumps. Conditioning is offered as a complement to other dance disciplines. Using Ballet as a base, the conditioning program provides exercises emphasising the training of specific muscle groups to enhance control and technique.
Highland is a traditional Scottish dance form requiring strength, endurance and grace, accompanied by the rich variety of Celtic music including bagpipes and fiddle. Students learn the many highland and national dances including the Fling and Sword Dance. Classes also include a choreographic component based on the traditional movements and technique. Dancers can pursue competition, examinations, performances, or simply enjoy dancing recreationally.
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