Hip Hop & Jazz (Ages 5-8)


This Combo Class is a fun, high energy class for all ages. Your dancer will experience different styles of street dancing, breaking, popping, and locking in Hip Hop. The Jazz portion will focus on proper technique, improving performance quality and continually developing more complex rhythms and patters.These classes help students step out of their comfort zone and develop their own style.


Dress Code: Any athletic form fitting clothing can be worn. Leotard, tights, and bike shorts or leggings are recommended. Hair must be pulled back out of the dancer’s face. Black Jazz Shoes.

Creative Movement (Ages 2-3)


Our Creative Movement is a 30-minute introductory dance class containing ballet and creative movement. Young dancers will practice basic steps while learning how to follow directions and imitate movement in a positive environment. Engaging music is used to get these little ones inspried to dance. The use of props, such as bears and ribbons, enables the young dancers to use their imaginations, creativity, and HAVE FUN!

Dress Code: Dress Code: Leotard, tights, and skirt (optional). Pink ballet shoes. Hair must be pulled back out of the dancer’s face.

Ballet & Tap (Ages 3-4)


Combo classes are perfect for young children who want to begin dancing! Dancers learn the basic technique of both tap and ballet during their class in a fun and exciting learning environment.


Dress Code: Dress Code: Leotard, tights, and skirt (optional). Pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Hair must be pulled back out of the dancer’s face.

Ballet & Tap (Ages 5-8)


Combo classes are perfect for young children who want to begin dancing! Dancers learn the basic technique of both tap and ballet during their class in a fun and exciting learning environment.


Dress Code: Dress Code: Leotard, tights, and skirt (optional). Pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Hair must be pulled back out of the dancer’s face.


Lyrical & Jazz (Ages 9-15)


This class focus on proper technique, improving performance quality, and continually developing more complex rhythms and patterns. Dancers will be exposed to all styles of jazz, lyrical, and contemporary in their classes to create well rounded dancers. Improv to all music types will also be focused on.


Dress Code: Any athletic form fitting clothing can be worn. Leotard, tights, and bike shorts or leggings are recommended. Hair must be pulled back out of the dancer’s face. Black Jazz Shoes and Tan Lyrical Shoes.


Hip Hop & Jazz (Ages 9-15)


This Combo Class is a fun, high energy class for all ages. Your dancer will experience different styles of street dancing, breaking, popping, and locking in Hip Hop. The Jazz portion will focus on proper technique, improving performance quality and continually developing more complex rhythms and patters.These classes help students step out of their comfort zone and develop their own style.


Dress Code: Any athletic form fitting clothing can be worn. Leotard, tights, and bike shorts or leggings are recommended. Hair must be pulled back out of the dancer’s face. Black Jazz Shoes. 


Dance Class Descriptions

Acrobatic Arts (Level 1-6)


At Art in Motion School of Dance we offer classes based on the trusted Acrobatic Arts Syllabus, which our acro teachers have been trained and certied in. The program is based on safe and effective progressions within five divisions of AcroDance: Flexibility, Strength, Balancing, Limbering and Tumbling. Acrobatic Arts includes 12 Levels of Syllabus, which take up to 36 weeks to complete each level. Simple, thoughtful progressions take the beginner preschool level dancer from log rolls and somersault to the advanced dancer tumbling effeortlessly across the stage!


Why Acro?

Students wishing to enhance their current training choose to take Acro Dance. Acro complements many dance forms and enhances an individual’s technique/flexibility. Acro Dance works hand in hand with Jazz and Ballet, which is why we recommend these supplementary classes after Level One. Each year there is an increased amount of acro movements in dance choreography. From hip-hop to jazz and contemporary, we see acro elements incorporated into routines. We offer acro classes so that our dancers can learn these skills in a safe manner.


Dress Code: Acro dancers should wear a leotard. Dance shorts or Pants are permitted. Must be form fitting. Hair must be secured in a low ponytail or low bun.