Ballet is a classical form of dance. Ballet dates back to the 1500s but more recently has become a more commonly practiced, highly technical form of dance.
Tap dance is defined by the way in which a dance uses a specialized shoe to create rhythmic sounds and patterns in response to music rhythms.
Modern dance is a rhythmic dance style which originated in America from pioneering figures who chose to break away from traditional dance.
Jazz is a high energy form of dance that combines technicality and clarity of classical dance with the strength, dynamic and of more explosive dance styles.
Street Dance originates from outdoor spaces and social dancing. The movement vocabulary consists of sharp isolations and jumps
Contemporary dance is an expressive and interpretive dance form. It combines elements of many other dance styles to create a fluid and grounded style.
Musical theatre encompasses dance, singing and acting into one well rounded and creative art form.
Progressing Ballet Technique was developed by Marie Walton-Mahon.
Cheerleading, originally a dance and gymnastics display performed pitchside at sporting events, has evolved to become a stand alone sport, involving displays of immense strength, agility and skill. Cheerleading involves different sections such as tumbling, stunting and dance sections.
Stretch and conditioning classes allows dancers to focus on their flexibility and fitness in a setting that doesn't include syllabus material.