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Turning Pointe Dance Studio

470 E Lake Brantley Dr
Longwood, FL 32779
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  • Description - Turning Pointe Dance Studio

    Tiny Dance:(2 1/2 - 3 1/2 years old) A special 45 minute class mixes Creative Movement, Ballet and Tumbling. Through singing and movement, young children sharpen gross motor skills and spacial awareness while learning to dance. Preschool Combo: (3 1/2 - 4 1/2 years old) A fun class that combines Creative Movement, Ballet, Tap and Tumbling while working gross motor skills and learning the basic fundamentals of dance. This class is a great introduction to the world of dance. Special Combo:(4 1/2 - 6 years old) This class focuses on Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Tumbling. Children learn the basic technique for a strong foundation in each style of dance while having fun. Acrobatics:(5 and older): Using only mats, we have a structured Tumbling program that is designed to increase flexibility and strength, while teaching technique. Combining movement and tricks, we shape well rounded acrobats. Hip Hop:(5 and older) A style that is primarily danced to Hip Hop music, students will learn a variety of styles, including breaking, popping, locking and krumping. In a fast paced class dancers will learn different choreography and technique. Ballet:(8 and older): Ballet is the foundation of all dance and we feel it is important to teach the basic fundamentals. We concentrate on correct technique, placement and control. Dancers will learn respect and discipline in Ballet class that will benefit them in their everyday lives. Tap:(8 and older) Using a combination of structured curriculum and rhythms, we offer a variety of exciting Tap classes. Following traditional technique, complemented with current rhythms, we create well rounded Tappers. Jazz:(8 and older) Dancers will learn different styles of Jazz in this structured class. Dancers will learn leaps, turns and footwork, while focusing on proper technique. Pointe:(Teacher Recommendation) Once a dancer becomes physically and mentally strong, she is eligible for Pointe work. Due to the intense nature of Pointe, the dancer must be almost finished growing and muscularly developed enough to handle the control needed for Pointe. Clogging: (8 and older) Clogging is a traditional type of percussive folk dance which is associated with a number of different regions across the world. Students will learn to emphasize the downbeat of the music by enthusiastic footwork.

  • Kids Activities Offered

    Ballet,  Dance,  Preschooler,  Toddler

  • Activity Age Range

    2 years, 6 months and up

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