Acro2021-07-22T21:28:53+00:00

Acro

Acro is a form of dance that combines lyrical and traditional/contemporary forms of jazz with tumbling and acrobatic partner stunts. These classes build strength, flexibility and endurance.

Acrobatic Dance 2 is required for competition Acro dancers. 

Starting January, Acrobatic Dance 2 will focus on Acro skills via one choreographed piece for our June Recital.

Interested in other forms of dance? Head to our main Classes page!

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Tumbling

Tumbling is for our aspiring acrobatic littles. It is a precursor to Acro and addresses many of the same skillsets as mentioned in the Acro description above.

Interested in other forms of dance? Head to our main Classes page!

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Fall

Review our complete online Fall schedule via Google Drive: Family Copy: Fall/Spring Schedule 2021.

Summer

Review our complete online Summer schedule via Google Drive: Family Copy: Summer Schedule 2021.

Our Instructors

Lindsi Kay
Lindsi Kay
Fode Sylla
Fode Sylla

FAQs

What should I wear to Tumbling?2021-07-22T21:31:44+00:00

Form-fitting dance attire, i.e., black jazz pants/leggings, spandex shorts (appropriate length please), leotard, form-fitting tank tops, form-fitting t-shirts, etc.; bare feet; hair pulled back; no jewelry; no fake nails

Shopping Recommendations: Just for Kix and Discount Dance Supply 

What should I wear to Acro?2020-01-09T03:12:18+00:00

Form-fitting dance attire, i.e., black jazz pants/leggings, spandex shorts (appropriate length please), leotard, form-fitting tank tops, form-fitting t-shirts, etc.; bare feet; hair pulled back; no jewelry; no fake nails

Shopping Recommendations: Just for Kix and Discount Dance Supply 

What age group/level is best?2021-07-22T21:36:08+00:00

Classes are not only based on age, but also based on experience.

We have overlapping age brackets in order to accommodate those students with/without dance experience. For example, if a student is 10, but has no previous jazz experience, he/she would be placed in Jazz 1 (Ages 8-10) alongside students his/her age. And likewise, if a student is 10 and has previous jazz experience, he/she would be placed in Jazz 2 (Ages 10+). If a student does not have any experience in jazz, he/she would be placed in an age-appropriate class. The aforementioned not only helps in addressing appropriate skills for each level based on mental and physical development, but also creates an atmosphere of confidence and comfort as students grow and learn alongside peers within the same age bracket.

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