2018-2019 Season

Location Name Class Days
Competition Team (Invitation Only)
Our dance company is a group of dedicated, dynamic and versatile young people who enjoy and love the art form of DANCE. Members of the company take the required number of dance classes for their assigned company each week thus building strong dance technique. At the weekly company rehearsals new choreography is taught that includes, jazz, lyrical, Broadway, musical theater, ballet and tap. These routines are rehearsed and performed in the annual company show, recitals and special appearances throughout the year.
Ages 0-20
Monday
3:45 PM to 4:45 PM
Sep 1 to May 31
Kimura Studio
Hip Hop, Ages 7+ NEW Class
Brent Koki
This class teaches rhythm, musicality, coordination, and age-appropriate hip hop choreography. Hip Hop is upbeat and great for kids who like to move. This is an excellent class for high-energy kids who want to take a fast and fun dance class. Students are challenged to think on their feet while enjoying an energetic and fast-paced dance class. Our Hip Hop dancers develop focus, strength, and agility while having fun.
Ages 7-18
Monday
4:45 PM to 5:45 PM
Jul 30 to May 31
Ballet I, Ages 6-7
Brooke Haskins
This class is full
Technique is taught with a contemporary flair.  The emphasis is on creative phrasing, while increasing strength and technical ability.  Objectives include moving through the five positions which wire the ballet system of movement.  This class begins with activities to help prepare for learning and improves social and behavioral skills through the teaching of ballet classroom etiquette.  The aim is to boost brainpower through exercise, increasing blood flow and oxygen to the brain through dancing, so the students can be challenged both mentally and physically.  Getting started at the barre is a critical element to this class and emphasis is placed on plies and tendu and degage exercises from first position. Activities center floor focus on breathing, being a visual versus a tactile dancer (dancing with and without the mirror), and working both the core and the distal lines of the limbs.
Ages 6-7
Tuesday
3:00 PM to 3:45 PM
Jul 31 to May 31
Tap I, Ages 6-7
Brooke Haskins
Tap is shown in studies to be the best cognitive activity for brains of all ages. Studies have shown that taking Tap can increase organization, study habits, communication skills and cleaning habits. This level of Tap teaches basic rhythms, coordination, tap terminology, footwork and choreography.
Ages 5-9
Tuesday
3:45 PM to 4:30 PM
Jul 31 to May 31
Jazz III, Ages 11+
Brooke Haskins
With a full foundation of technique and performance ability, this level is about perfecting and honing in on advanced skills, tricks, stunts, technical skills in center work, across the floor combinations, and choreography.
Ages 9-18
Tuesday
4:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Jul 31 to May 31
Ballet III, Ages 11+
Brooke Haskins
This level will further increase the dancers foundation of steps, principles and understanding of basic anatomy to help promote the development for healthy dancers. At this level, the dancers are encouraged to come multiple times per week as they are ready for the full commitment to the understanding of ballet.
Ages 8-18
Tuesday
5:30 PM to 6:45 PM
Jul 31 to May 31
Jazz & Acro I, Ages 5-8
Mikum Webster

Ages 4-8
Thursday
3:00 PM to 3:45 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Pre Ballet & Tap , Ages 3-4
Mikum Webster
This class is full
A delightful first approach to dance! Students will learn basic ballet and tap terms, technique, and self-expression using large motor and coordination skills. The Ballet portion of the class will have a main focus on basic ballet movements using creative expression through movement while implementing structure and basic discipline. The tap portion runs about 15 minutes of class time and basic tap steps are taught with fun drills and choreography.
Ages 3-5
Thursday
4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Pre Ballet & Tap I, Ages 5-6
Mikum Webster
A building on of the Ballet & Tap I with creativity and fun still playing a roll in learning with an increased focus on developing larger motor skills, a wider range of ballet terms and vocabulary with a deeper understanding of how the body moves in ballet. The tap portion of the class also builds on the basics of the above class into more complex steps and combinations. Choreography is taught in both portions.
Ages 4-6
Thursday
5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Contemporary & Jazz, Ages 12 +
Mikum Webster
This class will explore and refine the movement dynamics essential to performance. Through contemporary styles each student will discover their unique form of expression, collaborate to create and challenge the technical aspects of dance.
Ages 8-99
Thursday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Open Ballet, Ages 10+
Mikum Webster
This class was specifically designed for the Teen dancer that is either brand new to dance, or returning to Ballet after years of taking a break. Here, dancers will learn the basics in a fun, friendly and non threatening environment. A perfect way to re-introduce and re-learn skills, steps, terminology with  a sprinkle of choreography. 
Ages 10-99
Thursday
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Tap I, Ages 6-8
Brooke Haskins
Tap is shown in studies to be the best cognitive activity for brains of all ages. Studies have shown that taking Tap can increase organization, study habits, communication skills and cleaning habits. This level of Tap teaches basic rhythms, coordination, tap terminology, footwork and choreography.
Ages 5-10
Friday
3:00 PM to 3:45 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Ballet III & Pointe, Ages 11+
Brooke Haskins
This level will further increase the dancers foundation of steps, principles and understanding of basic anatomy to help promote the development for healthy dancers. At this level, the dancers are encouraged to come multiple times per week as they are ready for the full commitment to the understanding of ballet.
Ages 8-18
Friday
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Pre Ballet & Tap I, Ages 3-4
Katie MacLean
A delightful first approach to dance! Students will learn basic ballet and tap terms, technique, and self-expression using large motor and coordination skills. The Ballet portion of the class will have a main focus on basic ballet movements using creative expression through movement while implementing structure and basic discipline. The tap portion runs about 15 minutes of class time and basic tap steps are taught with fun drills and choreography.
Ages 3-7
Saturday
8:45 AM to 9:45 AM
Aug 1 to May 31
Ballet & Tap I, Ages 5-6
Katie MacLean
In this class the emphasis is on creative phrasing, while increasing strength and technical ability. Objectives include moving through the five positions which wire the ballet system of movement. This class begins with activities to help prepare for learning and improves social and behavioral skills through the teaching of ballet classroom etiquette. The aim is to boost brainpower through exercise, increasing blood flow and oxygen to the brain through dancing, so the students can be challenged both mentally and physically. Getting started at the barre is a critical element to this class and emphasis is placed on plies and tendu and degage exercises from first position. Activities center floor focus on breathing, being a visual versus a tactile dancer (dancing with and without the mirror), and working both the core and the distal lines of the limbs.
Ages 5-10
Saturday
9:45 AM to 10:45 AM
Aug 1 to May 31
Ballet II, Ages 8-10
Brooke Haskins
This class is full
Emphasis is on technique creative phrasing, while increasing strength and technical ability. Objectives include moving through the five positions which wire the ballet system of movement. This class begins with activities to help prepare for learning and improves social and behavioral skills through the teaching of ballet classroom etiquette. The aim is to boost brainpower through exercise, increasing blood flow and oxygen to the brain through dancing, so the students can be challenged both mentally and physically. Getting started at the barre is a critical element to this class and emphasis is placed on plies and tendu and degage exercises from first position. Activities center floor focus on breathing, being a visual versus a tactile dancer (dancing with and without the mirror), and working both the core and the distal lines of the limbs. In this level of Ballet the dancers mind and body are ready for a deeper understanding and discipline. Focus is on the terms and wider range of steps, combinations and choreography.
Ages 7-10
Sunday
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Jazz & Acro II, Ages 8-10
Brooke Haskins
With a stronger foundation and a stronger body, the Jazz dancer is now ready for in-depth development of Jazz technique and choreography. Here we work on body awareness, strengthening, flexibility, turns, across the floors, introduce Acro skills, all with a strong focus on performance. *Must take at least one ballet class to accompany this level of Jazz.
Ages 7-10
Sunday
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Tap II, Ages 8+
Brooke Haskins
This class is designed to refine tap skills, while moving beyond the fundamentals of tap. Students will put the fundamentals to work by learning new steps, rhythms, patterns, and combinations. Students will also learn different styles of tap such as Stomp, Showboat, and Rhythmic.
Ages 6-18
Sunday
1:00 PM to 1:45 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Tap III, Ages 10+
Brooke Haskins
A more advanced class building upon skills and technique learned in Tap II. This level of Tap will focus on more in depth time steps, across the floors and choreography.
Ages 10-99
Sunday
1:45 PM to 2:30 PM
Aug 1 to May 31
Open Ballet, Ages 10+
Brooke Haskins

Ages 8-18
Sunday
3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Aug 1 to May 31

FREE Acro Clinic

Location Name Class Days
Kimura Studio
Acro Clinic w/Luis
Luis Silos
This class is full
Students will learn fundamentals in acro dance techniques, body alignment, injury prevention, as well as exercises for strengthening the body.
Ages 7-25
Saturday
4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Sep 15 to Sep 15


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