Intro to Dance (ages 2-3)
Beginners Level (ages 3-5)
Level A (ages 5+)
Level B (ages 7+)
Level C (ages 9+)
Level D (ages 12+)
Intermediate (by recommendation only)
Advanced (by recommendation only)
(Level placement is based on experience and readiness)
Schedule Is Subject To Change
6 Week Adult Sessions
Hip Hop: 3/20/24 - 5/1/24
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.
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.
Xpressions Dance Center will be closed so our dance families can enjoy the following holidays:
New Years Day
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 2023-2024 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.
Beginning Ballet: Girls are permitted to wear black or pastel colored leotards and pink ballet tights.
Ballet skirts and ballet sweaters are permitted. Pink 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. 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) are required.
Ballet A: Black leotard, Ballet Skirt (not a tutu) - Black Leotards with attached chiffon or silk skirt is
acceptable. Pink Ballet Tights (must be ballet tights, no knit, leggings, or patterns). Pink Ballet Shoes.
Single Ballet Bun. In winter, ballet sweaters are permitted and encouraged.
Ballet B: Black leotard, prefer no Ballet Skirt, if must wear one it needs to be chiffon or silk - Leotards
with attached skirts are no longer acceptable. Pink Ballet Tights. Pink ballet shoes. Single Ballet Bun
made with bobby pins. In winter, ballet sweaters and leg warmers are permitted but will be removed after
Ballet C: Black leotard, prefer no Ballet Skirt, if must wear one it needs to be chiffon or silk - Leotards
with attached skirts are absolutely not acceptable. Black Dance Shorts may only be worn with permission
of the instructor. Pink Ballet Tights - tights with holes larger than a dime are not allowed. Pink Ballet
Shoes. Single Ballet Bun with bobby pins required. In winter, Ballet sweaters, sleeves and leg warmers
are permitted but will be removed following plies. Jackets and sweatshirts are not considered appropriate
Intermediate, Advanced Ballet and all Pointe levels: Black Leotard and hip alignment belt are
required. Pink tights are required that go over the foot. Tights should not have runs or holes in them.
Leotard and tights only are worn in class, no extra clothing, except for Plie's. (This includes bike shorts,
ballet skirts, sweatshirts, dance sweaters, etc.......) Leotards of different colors and ballet skirts may be worn during the weekly combined class only. NO JEWELRY-this is a safety issue! Ballet slippers/pointe shoes
should be in good condition and fit properly. Hair should be pulled back in a secure ballet bun at the
crown of the head before class starts using bobby pins and a hair net. No low and/or “messy” buns or
stray pieces of hair in the face, no exceptions. It is a good idea to have extra bobby pins, hair nets, and
hairspray/gel in your dance bag at all times! Also, if you have back-to-back classes, ballet hair takes
precedence and there is no time in between classes to put it up - come prepared! Boys are permitted to
wear black pants and white shirts. Black ballet slippers (with strings tied and tucked in) are required.
Teen/Adult Beginner Ballet: Black leotard and Ballet Skirts with Pink Ballet Tights preferred but can
be substituted with black leggings, black tank tops, or other black form fitting shirts. Other warmups are
allowed for stretching and plies but must be removed after or at the instructor’s request. Pink Ballet
Shoes. Ballet bun with bobby pins and hairnet required. Ballet sweaters are allowed but must be removed
at the instructor’s request.
All Lyrical: Leotard, tank top, or non-baggy t-shirt with tights, leggings, shorts, or other non-baggy
pants. Skin-toned half soles. Hair in bun or pulled off of the face in a pony-tail. Sweatshirts and
Sweatpants may be worn for warm-ups only and must be removed after warm up.
All Jazz: Leotard or fitted shirt. Leggings or fitted shorts. Tan canvas jazz shoes. No sweatpants or
baggy clothes so that the instructor can easily see body alignment. All hair is to be tied back securely out
of the face.
Beginning Tap: Wear comfortable clothing that allows for free movement, such as yoga pants, shorts,
sweats, t-shirts, etc. Ballet skirts and ballet sweaters are permitted. Black 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 securely out of the face. Jeans and dresses are not permitted.
All Other Tap: 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. Hair is to be secured out of the face in a bun or ponytail. Black Oxford style (lace-up)
style tap shoes are required for this level - NO Split Sole. All hair is to be tied back securely out of the
Beginning Hip Hop: Dancers may 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. Clean (not worn outside of the studio) sneakers, any style.
All Other Hip Hop: Dance attire such as leggings, t-shirts, tanks. No jeans. Clean (not worn outside of
the studio) sneakers, any style.
Intermediate/Advanced Conditioning: Any dance or exercise attire acceptable. Warm-ups permitted.
Zumba: Comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Clean sneakers or dance shoes (please do not
wear shoes outside of the dance studio). Please bring a water bottle.
In Motion: Comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Clean sneakers or dance shoes (please do
not wear shoes outside of the dance studio). Please bring a water bottle.
Adult Beginner Jazz: Dance or athletic attire that will allow free movement and visibility of alignment.
Leggings and form-fitting tanks or t-shirts preferred. No baggy sweats or baggy t-shirts. Prefer Jazz
shoes or a Dance Sneaker. May also go barefoot or wear Ballet Shoes.