Dance is a form of expression for a young child. If dance is introduced at a young age it should be fun and incorporate self orientation and character growth by working with a natural flow of movements. As we know, a positive self concept is important in a child’s development, and we promote this theory by finding the dance style that best suits each student’s skills and interests. With our little dancers we do this by incorporating dance props with creativity and the use of their imagination. Planting the seed for dance early in a child’s life allows growth and experience to shape from a variety of different styles of movement.
“My goal is to inspire all of my little dancers with the passion to dance”.
All dancers need to find inspiration and passion within music to feel their inner grace, which is what we help them discover. Building our students confidence and self esteem so they will be comfortable performing for others is one of our goals. As students get older or obtain more experience, we ask them to perform for others, so that they can share with others their accomplishments and the arts. Sharing the arts within our community is an important role for our studio. The goal of the studio is to help students grow and be a place that is encouraging to families, while supporting our local community.
“I want my studio to be a place where families can relax and feel comfortable”.
As our students gain experience, we focus on building solid technique while nurturing each dancer’s individual talents. Our goal for our older students is to challenge and inspire them to progress toward the next level , while gaining a sense of motivation, discipline and passion for dance.