Which dance style should you choose
Teaching students from Northumberland County, Brighton, Camborne, Campbellford, Cobourg, Colborne, Grafton, Port Hope, Roseneath, Trent Hills, Trenton, Welcome, Warkworth
Teaching dance since 2005 in Northumberland County, Brighton, Camborne, Campbellford, Cobourg, Colborne, Grafton, Port Hope, Roseneath, Trent Hills, Trenton, Welcome, Warkworth
Every dancer studies ballet to learn proper technique, form and function. Young dancers progress through the syllabus of PrePrimary up to Advanced. This classical style was developed by the Royal Academy of Dance with preparation towards optional examinations that are recognized in over 87 countries. It can be applied towards high school credit or used for teaching qualifications. Pointe and Pas de deux is also a part of our programming for ballet students.
jazz & hip hop
Jazz and Hip hop are high energy dance forms focusing on style, jumps and turns. The latest music and moves are taught and integrated in to the annual recital dance.
contemporary, lyrical, modern
These dance styles blend ballet techniques with jazz and improvisation to create expressive lyrical movement. Unique choreography from our professional instructors enhance the dancers' experience. Teens find this a very accessible way to explore dance
acro & aerial silks
Acro is a combination of gymnastics and dance. Our program follows the international ADTA syllabus building strength and flexibility. Aerial Silks which acro done holding on to straps, hoops and long silk fabric is offered in Cobourg and Brighton and gives the Acrobat an added dimension to explore technique.
Fun ballet based program that develops group activity skills as well as an introduction to rhythm and music. Developed by the Royal Academy of Dance.
Creative Dance is offered on weekdays and Saturdays as an 10 week program for 18 months to 4 years old. Due to Covid19 this year it is offered as a parent assisted class and class sizes are limited. The program develops throughout the year and an optional recital is offered.
The Acting Out and Acting Up Class. Musical Theatre utilizes showtunes with lipsync and vocalizing and choreography to develop your inner entertainer. Games and props further enhance the teamwork skills required for the theatre. Participants are required to take a movement class with Musical Theatre.