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This classical style of expressive movement has something to offer for everyone. (IDTA SYLLABUS)

Ballet technique is the foundation for all other dance styles. This classical dance genre is still as popular as ever for pleasure or for the serious - minded. Ballet training is where musicality, core stability, posture and strength are developed. Ballet encourages confidence and discipline as well as developing imagination and easy to learn at any age.

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Previous ballet experience is needed and must be over 13, teacher will decide. (IDTA SYLLABUS)

Pointe technique is part of the classical ballet technique that concerns pointe work. It is where the dancer will stand on the tip of their toes in specially designed shoes that will support the full weight of the dancer. The shoes are much harder than ballet shoes. The effect is simply beautiful.

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A gentle, rhythmical and enjoyable way to keep fit and has rewarding benefits. (IDTA SYLLABUS)

Want to make music with your feet? Tap is a great workout especially for the butt and legs. Tap is a fun and energetic class using your feet to make sounds to create rhythm and patterns which improve overall co-ordination, timing and musicality. Tap dance is a theatrical art form often seen on stage in musicals. TAP IS RHYTHM – RHYTHM IS TAP!

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A high energy dance form, combined with Commercial, Street and Hip-hop styles, taught to a range of the latest music.

Commercial Jazz is known to be a highly choreographed dance form. No experience required. This class is designed to provide you with a confidence boost and improve co-ordination with musicality, not forgetting how to strut like a true diva. It features a mixture of sharp and fluid movements similar to dances seen in music videos.

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An expressive dance form with a free, artistic and creative feel.

Lyrical dance is a modern dance form which fuses modern dance, jazz, and ballet. This form is often referred to as contemporary dance. This style of dance uses expression and emotion to portray images, lyrics and feelings through the art of dance.

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An improvisational, hip-hop inspired, active dance style.

Street evolved outside of dance studios in any available open space, such as streets, dance parties, block parties, parks, school yards, raves, and nightclubs.

Street dance is used to describe all the hip-hop and funk dance styles such as breakdance, popping, locking, hip hop and house dance, which are still alive and evolving within the hip hop culture today and are seen regularly in music videos.

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Creating elegant, acrobatic routines.

Acro is fun, energetic and great for fitness. Students will be taught how to forward roll,

backward roll, hand stand, head stand, cart wheel, round off and much more. Creating routines with expressive lifts and elegant dance moves to music.

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