TEEN/ADULT PROGRAM

UPDATED! - SAME GREAT CLASSES. MORE FLEXIBLE PROGRAM.

  • Still get first trial class free.
  • Enroll in program for a one time fee of $25. (Waived for those purchasing a $150 class card.)
  • Purchase a card on how many classes you want to take and how much money you want to save:
    4 class card for $60; 8 class for $96 or 16 class from $150.

Great for anyone who wants to take dance classes but isn't in or pre-professional program and doesn't participate in our recital.  Also a great answer for drill team and dancers in other programs who can't come to class on a set schedule.

Dance for Fun & Fitness - Sign Up for a Free Trial Class

People interested in our Teen/Adult classes include:

  • Experienced dancers looking for more studio time to supplement their training.
  • "Former" dancers who want to continue to take class or are returning to class after not taking for several years.
  • Current dance teachers who want to take class from our instructors.
  • Inexperienced dancers 12 and up who want to try out dance and may eventually transition to pre-professional training.
  • All the rest of us who would love to take dance as a fun form of fitness.

While we follow the same general policies and rate schedules for our teen/adult classes as our other classes, there are some variations. 

  • Attire is very flexible.  Any fitness wear is acceptable.  Ballet shoes should be worn for ballet classes.
  • Adult schedules can be erratic.  We use a class card system with a one time registration fee of $25 when you purchase your first card.  Drop in rate is $20 per class with classes less than $10 per class when you purchase our 16 class card.

current list of teen/adult classes

School year (August 19, 2013 - May 30, 2014 except for studio holidays):

  • Monday evenings - Ballet from 7:45 - 9 pm
  • Wednesday daytime - Ballet from 10 - 11:30 am
  • Thursday evenings - Leaps and Turns 4:45 - 6
  • Friday daytime - Ballet from 10 - 11:30 am

Special Events

  • Dance Insights

    "Passe is an action not a position." - Mr. Robert   Robert shares a wealth of information on a variety of topics, especially ballet.  In any class you take from him you are likely to get equal parts of history, pedagogy and current trends while training.  "Pedagogy" is the art and science of education.  So there you are, you just learned something by reading this blog post.

  • It's Never Too Late

    It’s never too late to join a dance class. For students interested in joining our Discovery and Pre-Professional Classes, we are working on recital. Because we focus on training versus competition or performance in our classes, we welcome students whether they participate in recital or not.

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