Performing Arts

Preschool Classes

Mini M.O.V.E.R.S ( 3 Year Olds)

Is your 3-year-old a natural performer?  Then this is the class for them!  Mini M.O.V.E.R.S is a performing arts class that will help your 3 year old gain confidence and growth in a fun and active way. From dancing and body movements to circus and musical theater this class will make your preschooler a well-rounded performer!  Students will spend 20 minutes in the main gym focusing on strength, artistic gymnastics, and acrobatics.  The remainder of the class will be spent in the studio where we explore various styles of movement and expression through dance, circus, and theater.  

Petite Performers (4 & 5 year olds)

Hello 4 and 5-year-olds! Come move and grove with our amazing coaches! In this class we will cover styles of dance, stage performance; like theater and singing while learning how to confidently dazzle an audience with creative routines! 

School-Age Classes

Creative Movement

Creative Movement is an opportunity to explore movement by using music that encourages the healthy progression of physical, emotional, and mental skills in a creative way!  Athletes will learn technique, dance combinations, and confidence building exercises that will allow your child to grow into a well-rounded performer.

Dance Acro (K - 1st)

Dance Acro will teach your performer the base skills needed for tricking, tumbling, and stunting.  In this class, your athlete will learn variations of handstands, front and back walkovers, handsprings, and cartwheels along with many floor acrobatic skills.  This class will set your athlete up for the many tumbling progressions they will find in the performing arts world.  There is an annual recital every spring where athletes will have a platform to display all that they have learned and created throughout the year.

Dance Acro (2nd +)

Dance Acro will teach your performer the base skills needed for tricking, tumbling, and stunting.  In this class, your athlete will learn variations of handstands, front and back walkovers, handsprings, and cartwheels along with many floor acrobatic skills.  This class will set your athlete up for the many tumbling progressions they will find in the performing arts world.  There is an annual recital every spring where athletes will have a platform to display all that they have learned and created throughout the year.

Dance Acro - Intermediate (Invite Only)

THIS IS AN INVITE ONLY CLASS – MUST BE INVITED BY A COACH

An hour and a half of tumbling progression that are specifically geared toward the basics of strong tricking and acrobatic stunting. The athletes work on skills, drills, and strength exercises that help them acquire the upper body strength and total body coordination needed to learn skills like handstands, cartwheels, and walkovers. Since handstands, cartwheels and bridge kickovers are prerequisites to the advanced dance acro class, there is an extra emphasis place on these skills. Since an hour and a half once per week is not enough time to build the strength necessary for certain skills that require a lot of upper body and torso strength, they will be given manageable condition assignments to do at home. 

Dance Acro - Advanced (Invite Only)

THIS IS AN INVITE ONLY CLASS – MUST BE INVITED BY A COACH

An hour and a half of tumbling progression that are specifically geared toward the basics of strong tricking and acrobatic stunting. The athletes work on skills, drills, and strength exercises that help them acquire the upper body strength and total body coordination needed to learn skills like handstands, cartwheels, and walkovers. Since handstands, cartwheels and bridge kickovers are prerequisites to the advanced dance acro class, there is an extra emphasis place on these skills. Since an hour and a half once per week is not enough time to build the strength necessary for certain skills that require a lot of upper body and torso strength, they will be given manageable condition assignments to do at home. 

Rhythmic (K - 1st)

This fun and unique class will provide an introduction to the sport of rhythmic gymnastics through technical movement and activities with rhythmic apparatus (ball, hoop, ribbon and rope). Lessons include technically correct basics in swings, waves, circles, tosses, catches, and tumbling.  The students will learn the beginnings of pivots, balances, and leaps that rhythmic gymnasts use today! There is an annual recital every spring where athletes will have a platform to display all that they have learned and created throughout the year.

Rhythmic (2nd +)

This fun and unique class will provide an introduction to the sport of rhythmic gymnastics through technical movement and activities with rhythmic apparatus (ball, hoop, ribbon and rope). Lessons include technically correct basics in swings, waves, circles, tosses, catches, and tumbling.  The students will learn the beginnings of pivots, balances, and leaps that rhythmic gymnasts use today! There is an annual recital every spring where athletes will have a platform to display all that they have learned and created throughout the year.

M.O.V.E (K - 1st Grade)

Mobilization of Visual Entertainment better known as M.O.V.E is a class made for the school-age kiddos who are interested in the performing arts.  We will explore and learn the different forms of artistic expressions, such as; dance, musical theater, circus, spoken word, magic/illusion, and many more!  This class will allow your child to find new ways to show their creativity through movement.  There is an annual recital every spring where athletes will have a platform to display all that they have learned and created throughout the year.

M.O.V.E (2nd +)

Mobilization of Visual Entertainment better known as M.O.V.E is a class made for the school-age kiddos who are interested in the performing arts.  We will explore and learn the different forms of artistic expressions, such as; dance, musical theater, circus, spoken word, magic/illusion, and many more!  This class will allow your child to find new ways to show their creativity through movement.  There is an annual recital every spring where athletes will have a platform to display all that they have learned and created throughout the year.