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Choose from a variety of Dance & Tumbling classes available for the little ones!

Dance Program

Tumbling Program

Companies

Non-Competitive

Est. Epic Company:​

Beginners to intermediate dancers ages 5-8 will train 4-6 hours a week in ballet, jazz, tap and choreography.  Dancers will perform 2 Christmas shows, 2 spring shows and at the end of the year show.

Competitive

Est. Elite Company:

Intermediate to advanced dancers ages 6 years old and up will train 6-8 hours a week in jazz, ballet, turns, hip hop, and tap.  Dancers will compete at 2 local competitions and one competition in St.George with a performance during Christmas time and at the end of the year show.

Est. Premier Company:

Advanced to semi professional level, ages 8 and up, will train a minimum of 12-14 hours a week in ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, tap, and tumbling. Will compete at 1 local competition, 3 conventions, and at the end of the year show and nationals.

Dance

Twinkle Two’s

Twinkle Two’s is for dancers who are between the ages of 2-3 years old and serves as the bridge between dance with me and preschool level classes. To provide a comfortable, carefree environment where toddlers work on becoming independent from their caregiver and learns rules and structure from someone other than the parent.  The class syllabus is based off imaginative play and creative movement. Twinkle Two’s is a non-recital class.

  1.  Following rules and structure without the guidance of a caregiver
  2.  Gaining independence
  3.  Building social skills
  4.  Stimulating creativity
  5.  Building self-confidence
  6.  Respecting their teacher and other children in the classroom
  7.  Enhancing physical development
  8.  Expanding rhythmic and body awareness
  9.  Developing mental process
  1.  Following rules and structure without the guidance of a caregiver
  2.  Gaining independence
  3.  Building social skills
  4.  Stimulating creativity
  5.  Building self-confidence
  6.  Respecting their teacher and other children in the classroom
  7.  Enhancing physical development
  8.  Expanding rhythmic and body awareness
  9.  Developing mental process

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in.

Tap/Jazz Combo

Tap/Jazz Combo Classes, a class for Pre-K and kindergarten dancers, to foster a love for movement and learning. This usually is the first experience in a dance classroom with an instructor and other students; therefore, etiquette such as listening, following basic skills and being respectful to others is emphasized. Basic jazz and tap fundamentals are taught to increase musicality, coordination, rhythm, and timing, providing an early foundation for continued dance education.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in

Classical Ballet

Classical Ballet provides the technical foundation and quality of movement which supports most genres of dance.  Ballet is the most important training you can receive as a dancer. Our focus is to help students develop a strong technical foundation and proper body alignment. In our intermediate to advanced levels, we layer the focus of artistry and performance. In addition to the many physical benefits of classical training, ballet helps develop the mind and attitude of the dancer with discipline, focus and appreciation of structure which are critical attributes for a dancer’s success. Ballet training is essential for any dancer who wants to excel in jazz and contemporary styles as the technique and vocabulary for these disciplines come from ballet.

Girls- black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair pulled back into a bun

Boys- Black shorts, black technique shoes with white socks and a white fitted t-shirt.

Girls- black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair pulled back into a bun

Boys- Black shorts, black technique shoes with white socks and a white fitted t-shirt.

Pointe

Pointe is recommended for serious ballet student.  Students who consider ballet in higher education or as a career. Pointe is for dancers who have four years of classical training and have completed the pre-pointe class. Students will receive permission to advance to the beginning-advanced pointe levels per evaluation and approval from their instructor. In Pre Pointe, exercises are used to build overall strength, flexibility, and proper shape in the feet. When dancers are ready for their pointe shoes, they are individually fitted for their shoes by their teacher. Dancers must be in level 6 to start pre-pointe. This class does not participate in the UDA Spring Recital. Pointe Variations is offered to intermediate and advanced pointe students who will learn classical repertoire from famous ballets.

Girls- black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair pulled back into a bun
Boys- Black shorts, black technique shoes with white socks and a white fitted t-shirt.

Girls- black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair pulled back into a bun
Boys- Black shorts, black technique shoes with white socks and a white fitted t-shirt.

Jazz

Jazz is a high-energy, fun loving dance form that steals and borrows movement from ballet technique, modern and hip-hop. This class will build strength, flexibility, body and mental awareness and style; providing the necessary specialized technical skills are specific body positions or specialized movements that are used both in warm-ups and movement combinations. Jumps, kicks, leaps and turns are examples of specialized technical skills. for possible participation in junior and senior high school extracurricular activities such as dance company, drill team, and musical theatre, cheer.

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Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in and form fitting.

Leaps & Turns

Leaps and Turns is a technique class designed to improve the overall ability of the student in all forms of dance. The focus is teaching body control and balance, how to use the bodies center with more precision, powerful and various leaps.  Students will focus on a variety of leaps, jumps, chains, pirouettes, fouettés, etc., appropriate for age and level.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in and form fitting.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in and form fitting.

Contemporary Dance

Contemporary Dance is an important study for dancers who want to be on a competitive dance team or high school dance company.  Contemporary has become a popular dance genre which promotes improvisation, and freedom expression; giving dancers focus to explore emotions as they connect mind and body through movement.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in.

Dance Improv

Dance Improvisation has become an important aspect of a dancer’s artistry as they generate spontaneous movement on the spot moment without being told precisely what to perform. Creative movement is a class structured different than other disciplines to promote self-awareness, individuality, and independent thinking. The goal of this class is to make divergent thinkers that can solve problems in a way that is best suited to their own ability.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in.

Hip-Hop

Hip hop dance includes waving, popping, locking, breaking, and tutting – and that’s only the beginning!  By joining this class, your free styling will improve, your attention to detail in the music you listen to will increase, and your personality will shine. Anyone who enjoys dancing to their favorite music on the radio will enjoy the relaxing atmosphere that naturally accompanies this style of dance.

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Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in along with tennis shoes.

Tap

Tap – Is there anything more important in a dance studio that Tap?  Tap is for dancers from preschool through the fourth grade as it serves as a critical building block for all dance forms developing rhythm, timing, musicality, and coordination. Lower levels of tap will master basic tap technique while intermediate and advanced tap levels will learn more intricate and complex tap steps involving syncopated rhythms.  Please speak with one of the teachers if help is needed to determine which level to register for.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in along with tap shoes.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in along with tap shoes.

Ballroom

Ballroom’s primary objective is to create a competitive group of skilled dancers, and or give the student an opportunity to learn social dancing.  Ballroom can provide each dancer a foundation in floor craft, ballroom patterns, partnering skills and dance technique (posture, frame, position, footwork, and styling) to confidently learn partner dances from the American Smooth and Rhythm and International Standard and Latin dance categories for social enjoyment and competition participation. Class participants may choose to just learn new skills or showcase their skills at ballroom competitions as a member of Established Competitive Ballroom Dance Team. Dancers are not required to find a partner prior to registering for this class.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in along with ball room skirts and shoes.

Comfortable dance clothing that is easy to move in along with ball room skirts and shoes.

Tumbling

Cheer and Stunt

Cheer and stunt classPartner or group stunting.  Learn from a former university cheerleader and a professional cheerleader for the Jazz stunt team.  You will learn to implement basket toss pyramid schemes, and tumbling skills.  This is a twice weekly class.  You will compete local and national U.S.A. competitions.

– Ages 7-10

-Ages 11 – 14

-Ages 15 and up

Level 1

  • Forward roll
  • Stratal forward roll
  • Handstand
  • Clean back arch
  • Cartwheel 

Level 2

  • Back arch kick over
  • Handstand into arch
  • Front limber
  • Round off

Level 3

  • Front walkover
  • Back walkover
  • Combination skills
  • Front walkover cartwheel
  • Front walkover round off
  • Start back handsprings

Level 4

  • Standing back handsprings
  • Round off back handsprings
  • Combination tumbling skills
  • Start tucks
  • Ariels

Level 5

  • Ariel front walk out
  • Round of tuck
  • Standing tuck
  • Combination tumbling passes

Full

Level 1

  • Forward roll
  • Stratal forward roll
  • Handstand
  • Clean back arch
  • Cartwheel 

Level 2

  • Back arch kick over
  • Handstand into arch
  • Front limber
  • Round off

Level 3

  • Front walkover
  • Back walkover
  • Combination skills
  • Front walkover cartwheel
  • Front walkover round off
  • Start back handsprings

Level 4

  • Standing back handsprings
  • Round off back handsprings
  • Combination tumbling skills
  • Start tucks
  • Ariels

Level 5

  • Ariel front walk out
  • Round of tuck
  • Standing tuck
  • Combination tumbling passes

Full

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FAQ´s

What type of dance is taught at Established Dance and Tumbling?

Jazz, ballet, hip hop, ballroom, tap, break dancing, contemporary, improv and technique, and all levels of tumbling.

What does tuition cost monthly?

It depends on what you expect for your child. All of the students take a variety of classes, some will spend a couple of hours a week in the studio while others will spend upwards of more than 10 hours per week in the studio. The prices are listed on our website.

How do I register for dance and tumbling classes?

The registration forms are all online. Just go to the registration tab and enter your information, its as simple as that!

What level of class should I enroll my students in?

That’s a great question. You just enroll your student in the appropriate age class. The teachers can determine quickly where to move your child if needed.

Why are some dance studios so toxic?

Toxic environments begin at the top levels of an organization and then filters down to some of the teachers. Lack of commitment, follow through, and dishonesty are generally indicators an organization is struggling with toxicity. The best studios teach respect and honor where owners and teachers understand creating a positive culture takes work and commitment. These are organizations who understand the value and innocence of young children. The best studios will safeguard these young children and will root out negativity of any kind.

What is the difference between competition teams and recreational dancing?

The competition teams are comprised of groups of dancers in certain age ranges who have demonstrated a high level of dance proficiency. These dancers are willing and able to compete at conventions and other competitive events.

The recreational students are generally beginner students who have a desire to learn and are eager to come to class to be with other students. Many of these students will develop the skills necessary to make their junior and high school dance and cheerleading teams. Recreational students do not compete.

Why are you teaching dance and tumbling?

If a child learns to tumble, they will quickly develop coordination and confidence. Great tumbling skills are at the core of all great dancers and cheerleaders.

How long does it take to be a good dancer?

If you want to be good at anything it takes, practice, practice, and practice. When you combine commitment with passion and desire, a student can excel very quickly in all genres of dance.

What other things can I expect my child to learn by enrolling them in Established Dance and Tumbling?

In addition to learning exceptional tumbling and dance skills you can expect your child to learn how to respect others and themselves. They will learn to take instruction, learn to listen, learn to be support others and will learn to celebrate the successes of others. They will learn the importance of team, responsibility, and commitment.

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