Summer Tumbling and Acro Dance for ages 4, 5, and 6!
Tumbling and Acro for dancers is a great way to build strength and balance both upside down and right side up while dancing. The elements that are taught require at least one point of contact with the floor at all times. Including, but not limited to: headstands, handstands, valdez, back extensions, front & back walkovers, stalls, and other balancing skills. Each student will be required to pass strength tests prior to them learning each of the elements. These tests are on an individual level so each student is safe. Once each student is comfortable with a new trick, it will be choreographed into a dance that the group will do as a whole.
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What do I wear to this class?
Uniform: bare feet and Unitard, order in studio, we will size you on your first day of class
What are all of the fees involved?
Summer Registration fee: $20/student for summer only CLICK HERE to download your FREE Registration fee coupon ($20 value)
Session Tuition: $139
What will my child be learning?
Foundational ACRO elements
Balance both right side up and upside down
Foundational dance steps/ Ballet
What are some of the benefits?
Acro helps to develop your body awareness at a new level.
Acro will increase balance both upside down and right side up.
Acro will strengthen your body.
Acro is a full body adventure that will help you express emotions through movement.
Acro is just plain fun!
What can I expect on our first day?
All students will wait outside of the classroom for the teacher to invite them in.
There will be circle time to go over attendance, rules, classroom equipment, and the plan for the day.
We will then do stretching, warm ups, and across the floor movements.
We will learn a fun combo involving some of the steps we will learn during warm up and across the floors.
A small review about what we will learn that day or a game involving what we will learn and stamps!
What about Dance-N-Magic attracted you?
“The message on their website that emphasized the non-sexualization of dance for children. Plus the fact that it was in the city and had diversity in their students.”
What were some hesitations you had about enrolling in dance classes?
“The typical "culture" of dance studios of homogeny, shallowness, and over-sexualization of kids.”
What were your results after you enrolled?
“She LOVES it and we feel good about her being there. Her teacher and the rest of the staff are warm, inviting, and knew her by name by the second week! We never got that where she was in the past.”
Would you recommend Dance-N-Magic?
“For kids that want to have fun, learn good dance technique, get exercise and make friends - absolutely!!”