WHAT LEVEL IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
For young dancers ages 3-6 to explore movement and music. The most recommended styles to start with are Jazz and Ballet, as they are the foundation of all dance.
For Beginner dancers ages 7-9 to work on their technical training. No experience necessary. It is encouraged that dancers take ballet in addition to any class.
Students in these classes have mostly already been dancing for a couple years. New students are permitted but encouraged to take both Ballet and Jazz to further their technique. Dancers are ages 9-12.
For beginner students, geared towards having fun and exploring movement. These classes are intended for new or less experienced dancers and more recreational students; ages 12 and up. It is recommended that students with little or no experience take teen classes when available.
These classes are intended for serious and experienced dancers ages 13-15. A minimum of two years training is highly recommended. It is encouraged that dancers take ballet in addition to any class.
For advanced dancers. These classes are intended for serious and experienced dancers ages 15+. A minimum of four years serious training is highly recommended. It is encouraged that dancers take ballet in addition to any class.
Dance Team is for committed serious dancers, striving to be the best they can be! Dance Team students must take Ballet and Technique classes as well as Dance Team Choreography. Jazz and Lyrical are highly recommended. Dance Team competes at three competitions in the spring around the Okanagan. Dance Team is by invitation only.
COMPETITIVE CLASSES (NOT DANCE TEAM)
The competitive classes on Fridays are available to all dancers. Dancers must be committed and focused for all competitive classes and must take the corresponding recreational class throughout the week. For example: if a Senior dancer would like to take Competitive Senior Hip Hop they must also take Senior Hip Hop to further their technique. Competitive classes will compete at three competitions in the spring around the Okanagan. The instructor reserves the right to let any students know they are not ready for competitive classes.
A class designed for Acro students to help further their training. This class is to be taken in conjunction with a regular Acro class. Students are provided with the time, space, and assistance to focus on difficult Acro tricks that they are struggling with on a more individual basis.