This dance class for 3 year olds is an introduction to class environment, body movement, pretend play, and spatial awareness through creative movement and pre-ballet exercises using the Leap 'N Learn curriculum. Classes are designed to meet their cognitive, physical, social, and emotional developmental needs.
Age 3, potty-trained, attend one class per week, follow specific dress code
This dance class continues to focus on pre-ballet, creative movement, and pretend play using the Leap 'N Learn curriculum. Students are introduced to basic French terminology of ballet terms. Classes are designed to meet the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional developmental needs of 4 year old children.
Age 4, attend one class per week, follow specific dress code
Primary 1 and 2
This dance class for 5-6 year olds focuses on primary level ballet, creative movement concepts, and pretend play with greater complexity using the Leap ’N Learn curriculum. Students continue to learn French terminology of ballet terms. Exercises to increase musical awareness, balance, agility, and gross-motor development continue to be practiced.
Age 5-6, attend one class per week, follow specific dress code
Hip Hop Jr
3-5 yrs old
The class is divided up according to age and will teach students how to isolate different parts of the body, improve rhythm and musicality, and they will learn various hip hop combinations. This will also teach the students discipline, self-control, and how to work as a team. Music and movements are carefully chosen and will be age-appropriate.
4-5 yrs old
This class is fun and challenging for all ages and levels. It provides warm-up composed of stretching and muscle development as well as flexibility and endurance. Each class consists of basics of breakdance such as toprock, power moves, and freezes. Music and movements are carefully chosen and will be age-appropriate.
4-7 years old
50 min class
This level is for beginner level.
A nice mixture between dance and circus, Acro Dance.
This class will combines balance and acrobatics,
allowing the dancer to improve his spatial orientation
and develop another musculature and physicality
simply by its execution.