• Discover the Joy of Dance - Now Enrolling 3 - Adult

    JAZZ * HIP-HOP * BALLET * TUMBLING * CONTEMPORARY * LYRICAL

  • What Dance is about....

    Consider the additional benefits of dance, it's more than just coming to classes.   

    • agility
    • better focus
    • body awareness
    • principles of respect
    • self-confidence
    • learning how to work as part of a team
    • encouragement of self-expression
    • increased balance and flexibility
    • opportunities to channel boundless energy
    • making new friends
    • listening and following directions
    • expressing emotion through movement
    • helping to alleviate fears of performing for an audience
    • coordination
    • creativity
    • determination
    • developing healthy minds and bodies
    • developing children’s expressive, musical, motor, and auditory skills
  • Studio Policies

    Observation Policy

    Students learn better in a class with no distractions. We find it very difficult to keep the students attention with parents, children, babies, and visitors present. However, we do set aside the first class time of each month for the purpose of parents to sit in the foyer to observe.  Please, NO other children can be present in order to keep the class focused on learning with minimal distractions.  If the parent becomes a distraction from the teaching process you will be asked to leave the foyer while that class is in session.

     

    Classroom Attire

    Students wearing class uniform contributes to class discipline and helps the instructor to spot needed correction and the flow of the routine. Hair should be pulled back, black pants or shorts and Touch of Class black dance top is required in all classes.  Additional dancewear items can be purchased at the studio.  NO LEVI'S or STREET CLOTHES SHOES ALLOWED IN DANCE ROOMS.

     

    Schedule for Dance Year

    Our Holiday schedule follows the Davis County Schools holiday schedule. Please make note of recognized holidays the studio will be closed.

    Labor Day - UEA - Halloween - Thanksgiving - Two weeks over Christmas & New Years - Presidents Day -  Spring Break - Easter - Memorial Day - Three weeks after the 4th of July