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Creative Dance

3036 High Street
Denver, CO 80205
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  • Description - Creative Dance

    Students participating in our after school dance classes will be provided with a physical, creative outlet. Artistic expression will be emphasized, encouraging each child to discover his/her individual talents. Demonstrating concepts such as body awareness and control, physical development (coordination, strength, flexibility, posture, and endurance), thinking skills involved in patterns and sequence and musical awareness will require focus and determination. These skills support academic improvement by promoting higher thinking abilities, spatial intelligence, concentration and creative thinking. Classes will enhance students' self esteem by providing an opportunity for accomplishment in an artistic, non-competitive environment. Our mission is to not only have children gain technique and benefit from all the qualities of dance (flexibility, coordination, fitness, etc), but also have them use dance to explore trust, teamwork, communication, and find it a unique way to challenge and express themselves. Currently, Creative Dance, LLC is teaching young feet to dance in over 25 public and private schools in the Denver area! Creative Dance, LLC provides classes at your school once a week for 45-60 minutes. Class days and times are designed to best fit your school's schedule.

  • Kids Activities Offered

    Dance,  Preschooler

  • Activity Age Range

    3 years to 13 years old

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