"With all the studios in the Worcester / Leicester area, this studio is like a breath of fresh air! The teachers are fantastic and so caring. Their choreography is unique and the students are all hard working and so sweet! It's so nice to find a studio who's students support one another and are all accepting of each other!" - Deanna Jarvis

Creative Movement

An introduction to dance learning movement and rhythm through fun music, while interacting with other children. This class is a wonderful way for a child who loves music and movement to develop a positive attitude toward learning and the classroom.



Characterized by using the sound of one's tap shoes hitting the floor as a percussive instrument. The taps are small metal plates located on the toe and the heel of the shoe. Tap dance is a musical art form and a fun-filled way to develop rhythm, coordination and balance.



This type of dancing is energetic and fun, consisting of unique moves, fancy footwork, big leaps and quick turns. To excel in jazz, dancers need a strong background in ballet, as it encourages grace and balance.

Musical Theatre

A form of theatre combining music, songs, spoken dialogue and dance. The emotional content of the piece as well as the story itself, is communicated through the words, music, movement and technical aspects of the entertainment integrated as a whole.


A style of dance that combines classical dance technique with the precision of acrobatic elements. It is defined by athletic character and unique choreography, which blends dance and acrobatics.


A dance style that combines elements of ballet, modern and jazz dance techniques. The name lyrical comes from the word "lyrics" because dancers use the lyrics of a song or instrumental music to inspire them to do certain movements or show expression.


An expressive dance that combines elements of modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements. This style tends to utilize strong and controlled legwork of ballet and modern dance's stress on the torso. Focus is on contact-release, floor work, fall and recovery, and improvisation. Contemporary dance can be performed to many different styles of music.



The foundation of all styles of dance, which has developed through centuries. Ballet is a disciplined, highly technical, study of dance. The dancer develops proper body placement, grace, technique, and strength.

Pointe: A form of ballet presented on the tips of the toes, made possible by specialized pointe shoes. There are different varieties of ballet en pointe, but for the most part they focus on grace and specific technique.

Hip Hop/Breakdance

A fun, upbeat class that includes street dancing and other "hip" moves to the latest popular music. Break dancing will also be incorporated into this class.

Breakdance: A street-based dance that incorporates intricate body movements, coordination, style, and aesthetics. The oldest known hip-hop style of dancing.


Requisites for Premier Classes

Acro 1: None - Ballet Recommended (Working on Cartwheels)

Acro 2:  None - Ballet Recommended (Working on Back Bends)

Acro 3:  Ballet co-requisite (Working on Back Walkovers)

Acro 4:  Ballet co-requisite (Working on Back Handsprings)

Ballet: None

Company Classes: Varies by level, click here to learn more 

Hip Hop/Break Dancing: None

Jazz: None - Ballet recommended

Lyrical/Contemporary: Min 1 year ballet experience and ballet co-requisite

Musical Theatre:  None - Ballet recommended

Tap:  None - Ballet recommended

SOLOS - All solos (Exception Hip Hop) - ballet co – requisite


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