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Adult Class Descriptions

BALLET - A performing Art combining poses and steps with flowing movement.  Using technique as a liberating force each student is encouraged to express their individual strengths and personality through dance.

FLAMENCO – Spanish style dance featuring percussive, rhythmical footwork and stylized arm movements.

MODERN DANCE – A Horton Technique class that features a set, strong warm-up and exhilarating, flowing choreography.  Class begins with a set warm-up that will strengthen core muscles, develop flexibility, strength and musicality and continues with the repetition of essential elements culminating in the fluid choreography for which modern dance is known.

JAZZ – A class featuring contemporary moves as seen on Broadway, in music videos and Vegas productions and danced to contemporary music.

TAP– A classical style tap class for dancers to learn basic moves and rhythms.

DANCER'S STRETCH AND CONDITIONING – Long, supple, strong muscles and an “at the ready” core body are the trademark of dancers.  Using the secrets of body mechanics honed and developed through centuries of dance techniques, you too can develop their power and elegance. This fitness class featuring floor stretches and core conditioning exercises will give you the tools to understand how your body works and how best to maximize its potential.  Those of all fitness levels will benefit from better posture, a stronger body and an overall longer, leaner dancer’s look.

YOGA - Yoga is a form of exercise that uses slow movements and stretching. It is good for increasing flexibility and balance. It is also good for relieving stress and relaxing. Yoga has been used as a meditation technique for thousands of years. As you exercise, you meditate on what your body is feeling and try to be "one with the universe."