Class Dance Styles


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Acro

A combination of classical dance and acrobatics unite together to create the form of Acro Dancing.


Dance Attire: Any type of dance clothes. No shoes. Hair up.


Ballet

A classical dance that gives the sense of expression through its' flowing pattern movements.


Dance Attire: Plain Black leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. Hair pulled back neat in a bun. Optional skirt in black.

Belly Dance

A dance originating from the Middle-East that uses specifically the pelvis and abdominal muscles during the dance.


Dance Attire: Any type of cutoff top, sports bra, with dance pants and long skirt, and hip scarf. No shoes. Hair down.

Contemporary

Experimental dance form originating from the 20th Century that focuses on using all movements from the body to create unique styles.


Dance Attire: Any type of leotard, dance pants, sports bra, tank top, etc. Boys shorts. Foot thongs or mittens. Hair up.

Flamenco

A very active style of dancing that involves a lot of movement and also hand clapping and feet stomping.



Dance Attire: Black leotard, black & white Flamenco skirt, tan tights, CastaƱuelas and Flamenco shoes. Hair in a bun.

Hip-Hop

A street dance form style usually along with Hip-Hop music. A lot of movement involved, including breaking, locking, and popping.



Dance Attire: Any type of dance clothes. Sneakers. Hair up.


Jazz

A dance style that combines various dance styles, but primarily using forms of Ballet and Tap. Danced with Jazz music.


Dance Attire: Any type of leotard, dance pants, sports bra, tank top, etc. Boy shorts. Black Jazz shoes. Hair up.

Pointe

A dance style building upon Ballet where the dancer holds all their weight on the tips of their toes.


Dance Attire: Plain Black leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. Hair pulled back neat in a bun. Optional skirt in black.

Tap

A dance in which the dancer wears shoes with metal taps and creates different rhythms by tapping the shoes on the floor while dancing.


Dance Attire: Any type of leotard, dance pants, sports bra, tank top, etc. Boy shorts. Black Jazz shoes. Hair up.


Dance Attire Rules

Clothing

NO JEWELRY. NO T-SHIRTS. NO JEANS.

Jewelry is never worn to dance class and Teacher may ask students to remove jewelry while taking class. Small earrings are acceptable. The studio will not be responsible if jewelry is lost while taking class. Teacher may not accept a student in class if not wearing proper attire and hair not done properly.

Hair

All ballet students must wear their hair back in a neat bun. We keep hair supplies at the front desk in case a student needs them. Students will pay $1.00 each time they need to use gel, hair spray, hair nets, hair bands, and/or hair pins.


Disclaimer

Any student participating in a Just Dance It! class and/or event takes certain incumbent risks. These include, but are not limited to, sprains, pulled muscles, and broken bones. Participation in class and/or events indicate the acceptance of these risks by attendees and their parents and/or guardians. Just Dance It! assumes no responsibility for personal injury or property loss at the dance studio or any of its events.