Dance.inc offers a range of different dance styles for all ages & abilities. The teachers are all enthusiastic and fully qualified and are working in a safe and secure environment. All classes are inclusive, with the emphasis on progression, fun and enjoyment, whilst experiencing the world of dance.
Tiny Tots 9am-9.30am Ages 3-4. Children are allowed to explore the rhythm of the music in their own way but are encouraged to follow the teacher and learn some basic skills and techniques. This class is about encouraging children to enjoy dance and explore moves/the rhythm in their own way.
Minis 9.30am-10.15am Ages 5 – 9 years Children will be learning skills and techniques to help them learn a variety of dance styles; jazz, modern, hip hop and contemporary. Children also do ballet at the bar & learn the basic techniques in ballet, helping to strengthen muscles and increase flexibility.
Juniors 9+ 10.15am – 11.15am Children work on skills and techniques, there is an allocated time within the class to work on strengthening their core, improving flexibility and improving their overall performance. The songs chosen allow a mix of dance styles to be combined together such as contemporary and jazz.
Mini tap 10.15am -11am
Children will start to develop the skills and techniques that are important in tap & start to develop their repertoire of moves. They will start to explore the sounds that their shoes can make depending on which part of your foot you use. They will start to put combinations of moves together to create a sequence.
Senior Tap 11.00am -12noon Children continue to develop the skills and techniques that are important in tap & continue to develop their repertoire of moves. The moves become more complex, as well as the movement sequences that are put together.
All of the classes allow the children to develop and progress as well as enjoy what they are doing/learning. All of the children come into their classes smiling and always leave smiling, each class allows the children to have fun as well as learn and improve their own skills.