Adult Dance Classes

A Progressive Program for Beginner and Experienced Adult Dancers

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 beginner, you won’t find yourself at the barre next to the 5-year-old from down the street! Whether you're new to dance or you danced for years as a child and want to get back out on the floor, we have a program for you.  Click below to get started now in a two-week intro program for only $29.99 that includes FREE dance shoes.

Adult Dance Classes

Classes are available in beginner through advanced levels in the following styles:


Ballet: Build strength, grace, poise, and flexibility in levels from absolute beginner through advanced.  Ballet training provides a strong foundation for all styles of dance.  Learn technique and terminology in a progressive program for adults.

Tap: An upbeat program where your feet become part of the music.

Jazz: Popular music and movements keep you fit and flexible and help develop expression and artistry.

Contemporary: Based in ballet technique, but exploring new directions with fluid, "outside the box: movements.

Not Sure Where You Should Start?

No problem!  Give us a call or click on Get Started below and we'll contact you to answer your questions, suggest the best classes for your level, or to schedule and in-class evaluation to make sure we get you in the best program for your current level.  Take advantage of our $29.99 two-week intro program and try several different styles.

Performances

Our adult dancers love having the opportunity to perform!  Once adults progress to intermediate level classes and beyond, they have the option to participate in Springs Dance's annual student recital, Winter showcase, and to audition for other performances like the Urban Nutcracker.


"Always strive to be better..."


“[At The Academy I’ve learned] that I should always strive to be better than myself. If I try to be better than someone else I'll always end up disappointed.” ~Cori, adult student