Springs Dance offers adult classes in levels for both new and experienced dancers. Unlike many other studios, these classes are true “adult only” classes and are limited to dancers ages 16 and up so even as a new dancer, you won’t find yourself at the barre next to the 5 year old from down the street! Fill out the form to the right and we’ll send you more information about adult programs at Springs Dance.
New Dancers: Ballet, Tap, Contemporary
It’s never too late to begin dance. Dance is a great way to get in shape, build confidence, make new friends, and get in touch with your artistic side! At Springs Dance we offer Fundamentals Level (beginner) adult classes for students who have never danced before or for dancers who are returning to the floor after many years out of practice. Ballet is the foundation of dance and a great place to start for new dancers, but adults may also choose a more upbeat tap class or creative contemporary class. To get the most rounded dance experience, many adult students will choose two or three different classes for their program.
Experienced Dancers: Ballet, Tap, Pointe, Jazz, Contemporary
Springs Dance offers Level 2 (Intermediate/Advanced) Ballet, Pre-Pointe, Pointe, Tap, Jazz and
Contemporary classes for experienced adult dancers or for adults who have progressed beyond a beginner level program. We may ask experienced dancers to attend a Fundamentals level class first to give one of our instructors an opportunity to evaluate your previous experience and current skill level before recommending the best program for you.
Performance Opportunities for Adults
How often do adults get an opportunity to put on a costume and perform on stage? At Springs Dance – as much as possible! Generally, Fundamentals (beginner) Level adult classes do not participate in academy performances, but an adult who progresses to a level 2 program or experienced dancers who begin in a level 2 program have the opportunity to perform on stage at the Academy’s annual Spring recital or as part of Springs Dance’s annual production of an Urban Nutcracker. Preparing for and participating in performances is a great way to focus your practice and provides an exhilarating reward for your hard work.