Dance Categories

Dance Categories

Acrobatics - Acrobatics is a pre-cursor class to Acrobatics Gymnastics, which is a combination dance, acrobatics, and gymnastics works that is choreographed and then judged at competition. African - African dance is one that is full of crazy, intense energy. If you have a lot of built up tension, stress, or have anger problems, this might be the dance for you.
Ballet Dancing - Ballet dates back to the 15th century and is one of the most well-known dances around the world. This renaissance inspired dance is the foundation of all modern dance and is widely popular among beginners and experts. Belly Dancing - Belly dancing is innately a very sensual dance form that is derived from the Middle Eastern culture. It is a common misconception that belly dancing's only purpose was to entertain men, but in reality this was not the case.
Bollywood - Bollywood dancing is a dance form that originated in Mumbai, formally known as Bombay. Boys Ballet Class - Boys Ballet offers exposure to the performing arts as well as the physical benefits of participating in sports.
Break Dancing - Break dancing originated in the 1970's in the Bronx, New York, as an extension of the hip-hop dance movement. Burlesque - Burlesque is an over-the-top theatrical act that involves a little bit of everything; it is versatility of performance, character appeal, and lure.
Capoeira - Capoeira is an intense, cardiovascular workout that utilizes the power of your thighs, head, arms, and elbows to create battle-like movements that closely resemble tribal-dance routines. Cha Cha- The Cha-Cha dance is a dance that originated in Cuba, and is most widely recognized by its characteristic quick three steps, and two slow steps on the one and two beat; one-two-three, cha cha CHA!
Cheer - Cheer dancing is a style of dance that is closely related to cheerleading, with its main emphasis on the performance of the group as a whole. Contemporary - Like Modern dance, Contemporary dance was developed during the 20th century as a breakaway from the standard techniques of ballet.
Creative Movement - Creative Movement is a class generally geared for the youngest dancers, around 2 and 3 years old, before they formally begin dance training. Foxtrot - Foxtrot dancing originates back to the Vaudeville days in New York, when a famous performer named Henry Fox was seen dancing with his wife and fellow performer in between shows, their steps quickly trotting along the stage.
Hip Hop - Hip-Hop dance is a dance that is very popular today. It is a fabulous cardio workout that requires a lot of physical strength and stamina, with a good sense of rhythms and beats. House - House dancing is a club-style dance that is fast paced and involves intricate, fancy footwork, and is improvisational in nature.
Hustle - The Hustle went through many variations during its popularity, although its styles didn't survive the test of time in the same way that Swing did. Irish Step - Irish Step Dance has deep roots in the ancient Irish culture, although today is has been made more contemporary.
Jazz - For those dancers who like to be technical, but wish to expand their horizons beyond the ballet world, Jazz dance is a great kind of dance. Jazzercise - Jazzercise is a trademarked, fat and calorie burning workout that sculpts, tones, and strengthens your body in a 60 minute class choreographed to today's music.
Lyrical - Lyrical dance is a dance that is a combination of modern, jazz, and ballet, and requires precise technical ability. Lyrical dance is mainly about conveying the emotion and story behind the song. Modern - Modern dance is a dance that does not embrace the rigid structure of ballet training. Although one must be technically advanced to dance this form, Modern dance really focuses on the inner expressions behind the dance itself.
Mommy and Me Classes - Mommy and Me classes are exactly what the name says, a special class for Mommy and baby! Pilates - Like Yoga, Pilates stretches, strengthens, and tones your muscles, and improves your mental well-being by establishing a balance between the mind and body.
Pointe - Ballet dancers stared dancing en Pointe in the mid eighteen hundreds. Dancing en Pointe is for the Ballet dancer who has reached a level of technique proficiency and strength that the teacher feels is suitable for pointework. Pole Dance - Pole dancing, or Pole Fitness, is the latest craze in getting sleek and sexy fast, and the best part about it is it's for women of all ages, sizes, and dance experiences.
Rumba - One of the most popular Ballroom dances, Rumba, or Rhumba, is a Latin American dance that is sometimes referred to as the grandfather of the Latin dances. Salsa - Salsa is an extremely passionate, sexy, and energetic dance. It is a vibrant and an eclectic mix of dance styles that evolved mostly from Latin and Afro-Caribbean dance styles.
Samba - Samba is a sizzling hot Brazilian dance that is known to be Brazil's native dance. Like the Capoeira, the Samba was brought to Brazil by the African slaves. Stretch Classes - Stretch class is a very simple class with one purpose, to stretch! It is a nice class; it helps stretch your muscles and ligaments, and begin to warm up your muscles by stimulating blood flow.
Swing - Swing was created in the 1920's, after the black community of New York, while dancing to contemporary Jazz music, discovered the Charleston and the Lindy Hop. Tango - Tango dance is the most passionate, most sensual, and most aggressive Latin dance, or possibly any dance there is!
Tap - Tap dancing is a unique dance form in that dancers essentially dance from the shoes, which are equipped with metal plates on the bottom of the shoes that make a variety of rhythms and sounds. Viennese Waltz - The Viennese Waltz is the classic, oldest form of ballroom dancing. It is a fast, closed position waltz that consists only of rotating.
Waltz - The Waltz is a slow, beautiful dance with long, sweeping movements and elegant poses that evoke a romantic expression. Yoga - Whether you are a dancer, or a non dancer, Yoga is a practice that can only serve to benefit the mind and body, young or old..
Yogalates - Can't decide between Yoga, or Pilates? Well now, there is no need to make that choice. Yogalates is a new class that is a fusion of the two methods, Yoga and Pilates. ZUMBA - Zumba is the latest dancer fitness craze! It is also the non-dancer fitness craze; it is a scintillating aerobic workout that burns hundreds of calories in a one hour session - it's that hot!!