Ages Two to Three Years

Tiny Toes

This Class is designed for those budding little movers who are 2 on the 30th June of the current year. It is the first step into dance and incorporates more than just one style.

We will explore these different styles of dance through variety of music both slow and quick, with and without lyrics and the occasional props and mats. I feel it is important for this young age to explore their creativity and experiment with how they want to move so there will be “free dance time” too, at the end of class as some of them might not be happy about their Free time ending 😉

There is no dress code for this class nor are dance shoes necessary. There is also no concert at this stage either but we might do an open day where you can bring a few people to watch if you want. Parental involvement is welcomed and encouraged so wear something stretchy to get a work out in yourself!! As the year progresses you might find they are happy for you to take a step back which is perfectly fine and natural as they get ready to move into the big class the following year. I will have some exercises to encourage this later in the year too.


Ages Three to Five Years

Fairy Ballet

In this class, we start to explore the basics of ballet. We also explore creativity and imagination through fairies and stories, whilst incorporating dance aspects.  This class is ideal for children who enjoy calmer environments and softer music.

Groovy Wigglers

This class is more “jazz” based and much faster moving. We use Hi5 music and Wiggles, along with other upbeat music, for children to sing along to, learn co-ordination skills and musicality.

Ages Five Years and Up


Here at the college, we offer training in the Cecchetti method of classical ballet. The Cecchetti method is based on beautiful lines, and the simplicity of the art form itself. Enrico Cecchetti himself taught such names as Anna Pavlova and Alicia Markova.
Training in ballet starts with one lesson a week, until children reach grade three, when they move up to two classes per week. This disciplined dance form is the basis of all dance forms and helps dancers gain the strength and poise required with all styles of dance.


Jazz comes in many forms and we try to explore as many of these as we can within each class. We work on a strong base of technique and flexibility as well as musicality and co-ordination. The styles incorporated into this class are Traditional, Cabaret, Broadway, Latin, Commercial and Contemporary jazz (Gaga style).


Tap is all about timing, rhythm and musicality. We explore the basic and traditional technique used in tapping as well as incorporating the now popular, hip hop tap.

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Acrobats is a dance form incorporating tricks. In this class we work on flexibility, strength, balance and tumbling as well as basic dance technique. Classes are split on ability not age so all students are working at a level they can manage. Follow the link for more info.



Ages Eight years and up

Hip Hop

This popular style is a combination of street, breakdancing, krumping, popping and locking. In this class, we expose the students to a little of all these flavours of hip hop and also open a window for them to get creative and explore their own style. This class is also very popular with boys and classes are run co-education.

Contemporary & Lyrical

Contemporary and Lyrical are quickly growing in popularity due to their expressive feel and mixing of other styles with it.  This style incorporates moving in and out of the floor in different ways, as well as what I like to call “ugly pretty” lines and movements.

Progressive Ballet Technique (PBT)

Progressing Ballet Technique is an innovative program developed by Marie Walton-Mahon for students to understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best in classical ballet.

Marie has been known for her creative teaching skills for over 40 years and has trained many professional dancers and teachers’ worldwide. She has experimented with outstanding success the use of muscle memory to improve students understanding of core stability, weight placement and alignment for over 12 years.

Several of our teachers traveled to Sydney last year to work with Marie and take her course, so that we could bring PBT into our studio.


A copy of the class days and times is available here / printable version here.
Please email or call for availability in the classes.