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Since adults range in experience, Center Stage Dance Studio offers adults the convenience of taking any current class on the schedule with a punch card system or drop-in class rate basis. This is a 6 week session offered for the adult beginner in jazz and there will also be other classes in various genres offered. The Adult Session Classes are a great way for an adult student to try a new dance subject without a big commitment. The classes let the adult dancer learn something new, get exercise, and meet others in a friendly environment. These classes are a great choice for students that are new to dance, or those with some dance experience, but may want to review. Adult students are not required to wear a leotard, however, baggy clothes are not recommended.
ATTIRE: Adults are allowed to wear comfortable clothing
MOMMY & ME
We offer Mommy & Me in sessions. MOMMY & ME is specifically designed for the 18mo-2yr and a caregiver, mom (Great for dads and grandparents as well!) Children will explore their imagination through movement! This class promotes social and motor skills while inviting children to music and dance development. With the use of props and storytelling, children will explore shapes, levels and the dynamics of movement. This class includes dance, creative movement, songs, and activities. This class is a great introduction to dance. Children that have participated seem to do very well when it is time to transition into a traditional dance class. It is also a great bonding experience for the child and care giver.
ATTIRE (Caregiver and Child): Comfortable Clothing and Shoes/Barefoot
Breakdancing, breaking, b-boying, or b-girling is a popular style of street dance that was born and developed as part of hip-hop culture. This style is usually danced to hip hop music and incorporates intricate body movements, strong acrobatic moves, coordination, style, and fashion.
ATTIRE: Comfortable clothing and tennis shoes/ barefoot; nothing too baggy
Dance Line Audition Prep
Whether getting ready for junior high, high school, or college, we have the class for you! This class will focus on the skills that are needed to be successful on the field and off at pep-rallys and performances. This class will go over proper technique, dance steps, and performance tips to set you apart from your competition. Our own Callie Hollis, former Sound of the South dance line member will be teaching this class! Come get ready for try-outs!
ATTIRE: Comfortable clothing that is fitted and can that can easily be moved in; nothing too baggy