Register Now For Season 8!!
Classes Begin Sept 6th

 

Intro to Dance (ages 2-3)

Beginners Level (ages 3-5)

Level A (ages 5+)

Level B (ages 7+)

Level C (ages 9+)

Intermediate (by recommendation only)

Advanced (by recommendation only)

Adult Classes!

(Level placement is based on experience and readiness)

 

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Schedule Is Subject To Change

Intro to Dance - Learn to move creatively and freely with a class that will introduce the basics of ballet and jazz styles.

 

Beginners - There are three genres in the beginning level - ballet, tap, and hip hop.  Dancers will learn the basics of each genre, which are the building blocks to all other styles of dance.  Having a solid foundation and strong understanding of proper technique is important in developing throughout the rest of their years in dance.  Also, the dedication and discipline involved carries over into other aspects of life.

 

Level placement is determined by a number of factors including age, maturity, experience, and recommendations by our staff.  We understand that each dancer is on their own individual journey and we will place your dancer in the class that will allow them to grow their talents and passion.

In Motion - A Class For Xceptional Movers - This class is offered to youth and adults with Parkinson's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, arthritis, Muscular Dystrophy, physical disabilities, and intellectual disabilities.

8 Week Sessions (Ages 9+)
Modern: 9/7/22 - 10/26/22 Basic introduction to 4 modern dance techniques with an emphasis on exploring the ways different styles of dance influence each other.  Dancers ages 9+
Character: 11/9/22 - 1/8/23 A stylized version of traditional folk dances performed in ballets.  We will be studying 3 national dances.  These are traditional steps that have been passed down for hundreds of years, even longer than ballet.  Dancers ages 9 and up with at least 1 year of ballet experience or at least currently enrolled in a ballet class.  Character shoes and skirts are recommended but not mandatory.
Variations: 2/15/23 - 4/12/23 Learn sections of some of the most famous ballets.  Intermediate 2 and Advanced level dancers only.  Dancers en pointe will bring their pointe shoes.


8 Week Adult Sessions
Jazz:
 9/7/22 - 10/26/22
Tap: 11/9/22 - 1/8/23
Lyrical: 2/15/23 - 4/12/23

Private Lessons
 
We offer both individual and group private lessons for dancers wanting specialized training or some extra time to work.  Sessions are available in 30 minute blocks or hour blocks and are available to students of all ages.
Our Season runs from the beginning of September until the end of May. Regular classes are suspended during the summer months. 
 
We will have special summer camps geared towards different styles of dance and different ages throughout June, July, and August.
Holidays
 

Xpressions Dance Center will be closed so our dance families can enjoy the following holidays:

New Years Day

Memorial Day

Independence Day

Labor Day

Halloween

Thanksgiving Day

Christmas Break

 

Class Registration Prices

Xpressions Dance Center makes every effort to provide tuition rates at a reasonable and affordable cost.  We strive to provide excellent training in a professional setting for all dancers, whether they are interested in one class or all we have to offer.  Please click on the link below to view our registration prices for our 2022-2023 Dance Class Schedule. Our schedule of payments is also listed, so make sure you read both pages!

**Please Note ~ Special Discounts are available for multi-student families, educators,

emergency & medical personnel, and military.**

 

Class Dress Code

**Suggested dance attire and shoe requirements are available on our Dress Code Lists through DanceSupplies.com**

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Intro to Dance - Dance attire is NOT required for this level.  Please feel free to wear comfortable clothing that allows for free movement, such as yoga pants, shorts, sweats, t-shirts, etc.  Jeans and dresses are not permitted.  Dancers may wear leotards and tights for this class.  Ballet shoes are required (pink shoes for girls, black shoes for boys).  Hair is to be up and out of the face in a ponytail.

 

Beginners Level - Girls are permitted to wear black or pastel colored leotards and pink tights.  Ballet skirts and ballet sweaters are permitted.  Pink ballet slippers (with strings tied and tucked in) or tap shoes (with ties secured in double knots) are required.  Oxford style (lace-up) style tap shoes are not required for this level.  All hair is to be tied back out of the face in a ballet bun.  Jeans and dresses are not permitted.  Boys are permitted to wear black pants and white shirts for ballet.  Black ballet slippers (with strings tied and tucked in) or tap shoes (with shoelaces secured in double knots) are required.  

 

Levels A, B, C, D, Intermediate, and Advanced - Ballet - Girls are required to wear black leotards and pink tights.  Ballet skirts and ballet sweaters are permitted.  Hip alignment belts are strongly recommended.  Pink split sole ballet slippers (with strings tied and tucked in) are required.  All hair is to be tied back out of the face in a ballet bun.  Boys are permitted to wear black pants and white shirts.  Black ballet slippers (with strings tied and tucked in) are required.  Tap - Dancers are required to wear Oxford style (lace-up) tap shoes.  NO SPLIT SOLE!  Other - Dancers are required to wear form fitting dance attire.  Shorts, leggings, tank tops, sports bras, t-shirts, etc.  Street clothes are not permitted unless specified by the instructor.  Jeans and dresses are not permitted.  Please check with your instructor for approved footwear for classes such as jazz, lyrical, etc.  Hair is to be secured out of the face in a bun or ponytail.

 

Warm-up attire such as sweatpants, sweatshirts, crop shirts, etc are permitted based on weather needs.  In upper level classes, such attire will be removed after the class warm-up exercises are completed unless specified by the instructor.  Please remember to take all clothing with you at the end of each class.  It's a good idea to write your name in all clothing items.

 

Dancers are encouraged to bring a water bottle into class.  Please make sure you have your name clearly labeled on the water bottle.  For your convenience, we have a water fountain in the lobby as well as refrigerated bottled water for sale at the reception desk.  Please remember to take your water bottle with you at the end of each class.  There will be absolutely no food allowed in the studio rooms.

 

 

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Watch this amazing Ballet Bun Tutorial from the Washington School of Ballet

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