Whether you are looking for recreational dance lessons with no pressure to participate in examinations and competitions or aspirations for dance as a career, we have classes for children from Turning Point Tots to Teens that can fulfil your desires with no compromise in quality of tuition. For more intensive training options please visit our Audition School page.
See the complete range of styles we offer here:
This is the most commonly recognised form of ‘Ballet’ where students learn proper stance to produce movement with lightness, speed, grace and strength. Confidence and posture are greatly enhanced by classical ballet and students can master other forms of dance with ease.
Is the most disciplined and rewarding of all dance forms, and is where correct dance technique, style, poise and strength are learnt. Class begins at the barre where the student gains strength and balance. As class progresses, the same exercises are repeated but jumps turns and balances are added to produce flowing movement. Students are taught to stand correctly without tension, which eventually becomes a habit; and to stretch and lengthen muscles. Students learn to activate muscles in co-ordination with this proper stance to produce movement of technical proficiency. Students also learn to analyse movement.
Is a more modern free form of dance than classical ballet or jazz, although technically very demanding. Students with a strong classical background quickly grasp the technique of contemporary as these forms of dance complement each other. Contemporary is recommended for the student who is seriously considering a career in ballet or dance.
Many children and teenagers find jazz enjoyable for fun and fitness. At the same time they develop the posture and co-ordination for everyday life. Jazz involves stretching and strengthening the body, and then learning amalgamations, turns and jumps that will be combined in a performance routine. It is recommended that jazz and classical techniques be learnt together, as they complement one another
Is taught to dance students, to increase strength and flexibility. The exercises are repeated slowly with correct breathing to teach students to instinctively use the correct muscles in their dance training
A challenge for the feet and mind as this style demands a strong sense of rhythm & co-ordination. Our tap classes teach exceptional technique, rhythmical training & musical appreciation
Is a class for dedicated students to focus on stretching and strengthening their muscles which will aid them in their technique classes
Is a classical ballet class taught by a male teacher with an emphasis on teaching boys to move in a masculine way, as well as introducing them to steps that are specific to male dancers. Boys need to attend their regular technique classes to derive any benefit from this class.
A movement related approach to acquiring circus and acrobatics skills, suitable for students already participating in dance technique class(es). Classes focus on preparing the body, especially the joints, to strengthen for these techniques and to build resilience against injury. Once students can safely and confidently demonstrate that these new movement patterns are settling into their bodies, they can start to improvise with their new found skills. Two skill levels are currently offered.