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Class Schedule

Please see below for our class schedule for Spring Schedule which takes place from Wednesday, January 3 - Tuesday, April 30. If there is a class listed on our schedule that is NOT available on our booking app/site, it means the class has been canceled. For updated information, we suggest following us on Instagram and Facebook for last-minute information. We welcome walk-up registration as well!

*Student Discounts are available! Call, text or DM us on social media with your student ID to receive your promo code!

Monday

5:30 - 6:30 pm (60 min) - Cardio Line Dancing (Wanda) *FREE CLASS*

6:30 - 7:30 pm (60 min) - Absolute Beginner Ballet (Jen)

 

Tuesday

5:30 - 6:30 pm (60 min) - Beginner Hip-Hop (Angie)

6:45 - 8:00 pm (75 min) - Intermediate Contemporary (Nia)

Wednesday 

10:00 - 10:30 am (30 min) - Pilates Mat (Tracy)

10:30 - 12:00 pm (90 min) - OPEN Ballet (Tracy)

5:30 - 6:30 pm (60 min) - Intro to Dance (Stephanie)

6:30 - 7:45 pm (75 min) - Beginner Ballet (Jen)

 

Thursday

5:30 - 6:30 pm (60 min) - Beginner Contemporary/Modern (Kaleigh)

6:30 - 7:30 pm (60 min) - Beginner Tap (Kat)

7:30 - 8:30 pm (60 min) - K-Pop Covers (Rachel)

Saturday

10:30 - 12:00 pm (90 min) - OPEN Ballet (Tracy)

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Class & Level Description

Ballet

This is a basic ballet class for absolute beginners. No previous experience necessary. This class introduces novice students to the fundamentals of ballet technique and focuses on: alignment, stretching, strengthening, balance, full barre, center, movement, and incorporates basic terminology and dance history.

Absolute Beginner Ballet

Beginner Ballet

This class is for beginners who may be returning after many years away from the art form and wishing to ease back into ballet. May not be for novice students. This class introduces basic terminology and foundational ballet technique with a focus on proper alignment. Repetition is critical for students at this level, so participating in two or more classes per week is encouraged to progress into the next level.

Open Ballet

Recommended for Intermediate and Advanced dancers. This class will go through barre and center exercises that can be modified for intermediate or advanced levels. This class is not for those who are still working through beginner ballet.

Hip Hop

Cardio Line Dancing

This is the perfect class to get your steps in all while having fun! Bring a friend to double the fun! Taught by Wanda Lloyd of Smooth Flava Dance!

Contemporary & Modern

Beginner Contemporary/Modern

This class is for novices and beginners who may be returning after many years away. The class will combine elements of jazz, ballet, and modern. Geared towards versatile expression, this class will also offer a chance to work on body alignment, floor work, jumps, turns, and movement fluidity.

Tap

Beginner Tap

In this class, members will learn the basics of tap as well as the fun terminology that comes with it. We’ll begin to put our basic step into simple combinations, some of which will lead across the floor. Dancers should come prepared to make some noise!

& More

Sensual Stuff

Explore sensuality in a safe space, learn playful movement, and embodiment exercises, even some choreography. Dancers would likely experience various elements of traditional jazz, contemporary-jazz, and street jazz. Open to all levels, all genders and sexual orientations. Please bring sneakers, heels, or come barefoot.

K-Pop Covers

This class focuses on teaching step by step tutorials for K-pop (Korean pop music) choreographies. K-pop choreographies vary with influences of modern and hip hop dance styles and are typically fun and upbeat. Dancers of all levels are encouraged!

Intermediate Contemporary

Dancers will engage with dance that combines elements of ballet, jazz, lyrical, and modern. Geared towards versatile expression, this class will offer a chance to work on body alignment, floor work, jumps, turns, and movement fluidity.

Intro to Dance

This fun and interactive class celebrates multiple dance styles, incorporating fundamentals found in many common dance forms. The choreography and music changes weekly, bringing forth new dance styles and fundamentals for participants to explore. This class is great for beginners and novices but is accessible to all ability levels.

Pilates Mat

Body weight is the main resistance that is used throughout the series of Pilates mat exercises. The exercises are designed to increase muscle strength and endurance, as well as flexibility and to improve posture and balance.

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