This class is designed for children from 18 months to 3 years to participate in with a parent or caregiver. This 30 minute class includes a variety of fun games and activities to help students learn fundamental dance skills. Props and toys are used to assist in learning rhythm, balance and basic dance skills. Dancers and parents learn a dance they perform together in the spring recital.
This class is designed for 2.5-4 year olds. This 30 minute class includes a variety of games and activities to assist in learning fundamental dance skills. Dancers will work on rhythm, balance and basic dance skills.
This class is designed for 4-6 year olds. This 45 minute class teaches fundamental tap and ballet skills. Our skilled teachers incorporate a variety of fun and challenging games to help students understand new dance skills.
These classes are designed for 5-18 year olds and are separated by age and skill level. In the classes the dancers work on their flexibility, learn and improve their skills in tap, ballet and jazz, and learn combinations to improve their performance abilities.
We are excited to offer a set of classes for our older dancers to pick which styles they would like to take. In each subject dancers will work on both dance skills and learn combinations. *Take 2 sections and receive 20% off; take 3 or 4 sections and receive 30% off
These classes are designed for 5-12 year olds, and are separated by age. Hip hop moves including basic hip hop tricks are taught using age appropriate and family friendly music and choreography. Classes include flexibility training, combinations, and fundamentals of hip hop.
We believe that everyone is capable and deserving of the chance to dance. EDGE is a program designed for children and young adults with special needs. No physical or mental disability should ever prevent students from experiencing the positive impact of dance to both their bodies and minds. EDGE stands for the guiding principles of this program: Educate, Dance, Guide, Empower. In this class, dancers will learn and develop many skills including rhythm, balance, coordination, friendship-building and confidence. Dancers will form positive relationships with not only their fellow dancers, but also with the teacher and assistants of the class. Dancers will discover that they belong in the dance community and always find a special place in our Metro family.