Beginner: Geared toward dancers with little or no dance training. The focus of these classes is on development of technique, musicality and rhythm. If choreography is taught during a beginner or basic class, it will be taught at a slow pace, allowing time for students to grasp the movement and style.
Intermediate: Geared toward dancers who have a strong grasp on their technique and terminology. These dancers should be able to pick up choreography quickly and execute movement taught at a moderate pace.
Advanced: Geared toward dancers with significant experience and a mastery of technique and terminology. Dancers in advanced classes should be able to pick up, retain and execute choreography with precision and style. Combos in these classes are taught at a fast pace.
Basic Adult: Who says dancing has to stop when we hit 18? These classes are open to all dancers, ages 16 and up, and are taught at a beginner pace with a focus on development of technique, musicality and rhythm. These classes are great for former dancers who are looking to get back into the studio or first time students looking for a stress reliever, fun environment, and great workout.
JR & Teen: While we do open the majority of our drop-in classes to dancers ages 10 and up, our JR and Teen classes are specifically geared to younger students and focus on age appropriate instruction to help dancers, ages 5-15, develop a foundation in dance. To learn more about our classes for kids and teens, please visit our MDCKIDS and MDCTEENS page.