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Our Dance School offers a large variety of dance classes for all skill levels. Our experienced instructors are passionate about helping each dancer achieve their highest potential, while also having as much fun as possible. Have a look at our classes below to find the one that best fits your needs.



1 HOUR OF DANCING FUN READY SET DANCE is a one hour Ready Set Dance combo class of JAZZ, TAP, HIP HOP, SINGING and MUSIC. and a whole lot of fun! Ready Set Dance is an innovative program designed specifically to introduce young children to the world of dance. In each class teachers explore aspects of the Ready Set Dance curriculum through playful approaches which are responsive to the curiosity and imagination of young learners. Through regular and sustained participation in Ready Set Dance classes children develop positive dispositions to learning such as enthusiasm, independence, concentration, persistence, co-operation and the three C’s of confidence, coordination, and creativity. Ready Set Dance offers much to support the play and learning of young children in Australia and beyond.

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is the foundation for all dance styles. Classical ballet provides the basis of posture, alignment, line and grace while building strength and artistry.

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Tap dance teaches rhythm and coordination in a way no other dance style can. It is challenging and develops musicality and provides a great sense of achievement.

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Jazz is fast paced, athletic and high intensity modern style danced to current music. It develops stamina, flexibility and encourages confidence.

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Acro dance is a style of dance that combines classical dance technique with precision acrobatic elements. It is defined by its athletic character, its unique choreography which seamlessly blends dance and acrobatics and its use of acrobatics in a dance context.

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Hip-hop is rhythmically based and focuses on strength, energy and dynamics alongside a developing ‘attitude’.



Contemporary requires the strength and alignment developed in classical ballet, while simultaneously creating its own rules resulting in freedom, expression and creative opportunities.

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