We offer a wide variety of classes both for children and adults.
All classes are taught by highly skilled gifted teachers that have a heart for the Lord. 

Students will be instructed in the art of ballet. Classical music will be used in ballet exercises on the barre as well as in center work. The ballet class will teach students to worship with a pure heart as well as learning discipline through professional ballet technique. ​

Hip Hop

Our hip-hop classes are much different then the typical worldly hip-hop. This class is packed with fun and energy. We teach the latest hip-hop moves with taste and modesty. The students will be taught how to praise God through their bodies with this type of dance. This type of dance lets the students really show there personalities. 


These classes are fast paced and full of energy. Our teachers are energetic and creative. They teach the fundamentals of tap dance. Rhythmic awareness is introduced and expanded upon. The students learn co-ordination and gain strength in their bodies while having a blast. All tap choreography is done to Christian music. 


Jazz dance takes the basic principles of ballet technique and liberates it, by utilizing various rhythms of music and isolations of the body. Classes consist of center warm up, stretching, across the floor progressions and varied stylistic combinations. Jazz creates a powerful and versatile dancer.


Our Pointe classes are designed for our most technically proficient dancers who wish to take their ballet dancing to the next level. Because of the challenging nature of Pointe dancing, students must demonstrate a thorough understanding of proper body alignment and clean ballet technique in order to begin dancing en pointe. Our pointe classes are held separately from the student's ballet class, and the students will work on developing their technique and alignment en pointe while learning classical ballet variations and movements that are specific to pointe.


Lyrical is an expressive form of dance that involves technique similar to that of ballet. 

Preschool Classes

These classes are designed for children of the pre-school age. Students will learn basic dance rhythm to music. We will have tunnels, balls, mats, streamers, instruments, and more for them to use in dance and play time. They will learn to sing and dance to basic Christian songs. This is a fun and exciting class for preschoolers getting ready for more structured dance in the future. 


Contemporary Ballet is a combination of differnt forms of dance, including classical ballet, modern, lyrical and jazz. While it does not have a certain defined "technique" contemporary as a style is more inovative and free and allows the dancer to manipulate ballet concepts into more modern pieces. 


Tumbling Classes are designed to work soley on floor tumbling skills. Classes are sorted by age/skill level working on basic tumbling including forward and back-word rolls, handstands, cartwheels, bridge kick-overs, etc. The intermediate level includes standing back-handsprings, round-off back handsprings, side aerials, etc.  This is a great program for cheerleaders, acro dancers or just to pursue the love of tumbling. 

Acro Dance

Acro Dance is a style of dance that combines classical dance techniques with precision acrobatic elements. In this class the students will be taught acrobatic movements combined with dance steps.  

Technique Class

Technique class allows students the necessary time to focus on the very important and essential fundamentals of dance. Students will work on increasing flexibility, perfecting ballet technique, and improving and advancing their skills. 

Musical Theatre

Musical theatre is a form of theatre that combines songs, spoken dialogue, acting, and dance. The story and emotional content of the piece – humor, pathos, love, anger – are communicated through the words, music, movement and technical aspects of the entertainment as an integrated whole.

Pop and Lock

Locking is a style of funk dance, which is today also associated with hip hop. The name is based on the concept of locking movements, which basically means freezing from a fast movement and "locking" in a certain position, holding that position for a short while and then continuing in the same speed as before. It relies on fast and distinct arm and hand movements combined with more relaxed hips and legs. The movements are generally large and exaggerated, and often very rhythmic and tightly synced with the music. Popping is centered around the technique of popping, which means to quickly contract and relax muscles to create a jerking effect (a pop or hit) in the body. Popping can be concentrated to specific body parts, creating variants such as arm pops, leg pops, chest pops and neck pops. They also can vary in explosiveness. Stronger pops normally involve popping both the lower and upper body simultaneously.

19 Glenridge Road, Glenville, NY 12302 

Studio Phone 518.312.4290