BUILDING COMMUNITY THROUGH DANCE.
June 4th, 1:30pm @ Sutton Public School
Cost: $5/person - CASH ONLY
(participating students & young children are free)
Schedule, Pricing, Outfits
Classes end June 3rd and will resume in September.
Scottish Highland - Knee socks, shorts or tight fitting leggings must be worn at every class. Highland Ghillies can be purchased at the studio or ballet slippers may be worn for beginners. Hair in a ponytail.
Step Dancing - Tap shoes, work out clothes. Hair off the face.
Ballet - Bodysuit, tights, slippers. Skirts are optional. Hair must be in a pony tail. Adult dancers wear workout clothes.
Hip Hop - Running shoes and workout clothes. Hair in a ponytail.
TODDLER - Dance & Play - Program *Drop-in*
Program runs until June 3rd
Mommy and Me style class - Every Saturday @10am
No sign up/registration needed
$7 for first child $5 for any additional children
30 min of dance followed by 30-45 min of playtime.
**NO CLASS MAY 6th, 20th**
Classes We Offer
We offer classes to ages 3+, teens, and adults. We will be introducing a Mommy & Me class for children who are 2 years old.
We offer Scottish Highland, Hip Hop, Ballet and Canadian Step Dancing. New this year is Line dancing!
Ultimately, ballet means "to dance". It is characterized by its fluid yet precise movements. It encourages grace and poise as well as learning proper body alignment and carriage.
One of the oldest forms of folklore dancing. Danced in soft shoes, the dancer performs powerful and graceful footwork while the upper body uses it's strength to control posture and integrates arm and head movement.
A fusion dance genre that incorporates elements of popping, locking, breaking, jazz, ballet, as well as other styles and is typically performed to hip-hop, R&B, funk, or pop music.
The Celtic version of tap. With quick movements of the feet, the dancer drums out the beat with their tap shoes. Step dance originated with the Celtic people of Western Europe which then spread to Ireland and eventually to North America.
Nia - with Lauren
Tuesdays & Saturdays at 10:15am and Thursdays at 6:30
What is Nia? Welcome To Nia - YouTube
Contact Lauren: Lauren@laurenhelmkay.com
Line Dance - with Patty
Join us Tuesday nights at 7pm-8pm
8-Week Session starts January 31st
$80 for 8 weeks or $12/drop in
Line Dancing Video
Acting Classes -with Altaire
Registration - Tuesday January 17th 6-8pm
Start Date - January 27th
Classes - Teens - Fridays 6-8pm
Ages 10-13 - Saturdays 2-4pm
Adults - Saturdays or Sundays 5-7pm
Studio Space For Rent
We have 2 beautiful studio spaces for rent. Each studio is approx. 500 sq ft and both have sprung floors, mirrors, and speakers that connect by Bluetooth. There is 1 washroom, a waiting room, and onsite parking. $25/hour