BALLET

Dancers develop strength, flexibility and poise in this beautiful, artistic dance form. At TDS, ballet training reflects both the classical values and modern aesthetic of today’s dance world. A great choice not only for the serious ballet student, but for those just getting started in dance or dancers who want to sharpen their jazz, tap, hip hop, or musical theatre skills.

CONTEMPORARY

Explore space, time, shape, and movement dynamics while developing core strength, agility and the ability to move three dimensionally through space. To fully develop dancer’s skills in this powerful technique, concurrent enrollment in Ballet is strongly recommended.

HIP HOP

Learn the latest moves of this dynamic dance form with roots in street dance. Music and moves are always age appropriate. A great choice for students new to dance or in combination with Jazz or Tap.

JAZZ

Move to the rhythms of this exciting dance style seen in musical theater and entertainment. In this fast paced, high-energy classes, you will gain strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance. Special emphasis on musicality and performance skills.

TAP

Learn to make music with your feet! This percussive dance form is exciting to watch and fun to perform. Combine dazzling speed and precision footwork with syncopated rhythms to perform thrilling dance sequences.

LYRICAL

Illustration of song lyrics through movement, turns, leaps and isolations. Lyrical uses various aspects of Ballet, Jazz and Modern.

STRETCHING & CONDITIONING

This class emphasizes constantly varied, high-intensity functional movement. Work cardiovascular endurance, strength, flexibility, and balance, maximizing your performance and fitness.

PARTNERING

Learn how to creatively move in a shared space. Must be able to weight share.

CHOREOGRAPHY STUDIES

This class introduces students to the elements of choreography and the creative processes of composing dances. Students assume the roles of dancer and choreographer in developing improvisation, directing, and performance skills to produce and perform original group compositions.

Choreography Studies will focus on creating full three minute routines that will be showcased in the I Love To Dance Performance and The Year End Performance.

STORYTELLING

This class introduces students to the elements of choreography and the creative processes of composing dances to tell a story. Combining movement, voice and poetry to create a story as original as you.

Studio Address: 2821 Rockefeller Ave, Everett, WA 98201    

     

Mailing Address : PO Box 1833, Everett, WA 98206 

(425)259-6861                 [email protected]