Not sure what each style actually is? Each of these pages will tell you more about what styles we offer, what to wear and who the teachers are to help you with choosing a style.
Want more quality time with your child? Enrol in a dance class where you can dance and make memories with your child that will last you both a lifetime! Not only parents are invited to attend this class (you may also have a Grandparent, Aunt, Uncle etc. come to class with your child. We do ...Read More
It is our goal to run adult classes that will help our dancers take ownership and feel pride in their bodies and abilities. Come join us as we strive to help dancers of all experience levels grow their confidence and self-worth. Adult classes offer an excellent opportunity to connect with other like-minded adults in a ...Read More
Our Pre-Level Dance classes are unique programs geared towards the imagination and energy of the active 3-year old! Programs blend specific dance styles, using creative, imaginative role-playing and fun props. The music for these classes is fun, age appropriate and familiar to your child! These classes expand on the techniques learned by our younger Dance ...Read More
The Instructor(s)Amanda Jeffery, Dima Nassar, Jussara Moreira, Natalie Zakrajsek, Sam Paglia, Shannon Sim, Becca Jeffery,
Class AttireDancers should wear comfortable clothing such as athletic wear or dance wear such as a bodysuit and tights or a biketard, as well as the appropriate footwear for the specific style they are taking (ex. bare foot for pre-acro, jazz shoes for pre-jazz, ballet shoes for pre-ballet)
We’re so thrilled to introduce you to Dancely™, a program that provides education and entertainment through original music, dance and movement for children ages 6 and under. The preschool aged dance program has always been a passion of ours at NJADS and we are delighted to be a Dancely™ Licenced Studio! Our program features original ...Read More
Acro is the combination of gymnastics and dance movement. In Acro, we teach our students to dance into and out of Acro tricks, with minimal obvious “prep” before and after a trick. Despite being technically difficult to execute, acrobatic tricks are meant to blend in seamlessly with dance steps, providing an extra level of excitement ...Read More
The Instructor(s)Dima Nassar, Sam Paglia, Michele Miedzybrodzki, Shannon Sim,
Class AttireGymnastic style body suits, or comfortable clothing such as leggings, etc. Baggy clothing such as hoodies can pose a safety risk so we ask nothing too bulky. No skirts. Barefoot is required. Hair should be in a ponytail or braid.
Ballet is the foundation of all dance styles, and technique from this style compliments and strengthens all other dance style training. Body awareness, technical training and coordination are stressed throughout the class, and students are taught correct terminology. Learn the five positions of the feet and exercises such as pliés, tendues and sautés. Students will ...Read More
Contemporary dance fuses jazz, ballet and modern techniques. This class also has a large focus on improvised movement and students exploring their own creative expression. Dancers will dive into what makes their movement unique as well as learning new choreography and focusing on foundational technique. ...Read More
Students are introduced to rhythm and coordination through jazz dance steps, while developing their sense of musicality. Energetic and upbeat jazz dance is combined with funky fast movements. Leaps, Jumps, Turns and Stretching are some of the fundamentals taught in this class. Combinations are taught to today’s hottest music, and we always ensure that songs ...Read More
Not sure which form of dance is right for your child? Try one of our combo classes! Jazz/Ballet – this energetic class combines Ballet and Jazz, so that students are exposed to both art forms. This class is considered a “recreational” class, students wishing to take a structured ballet class that includes barre work should register for ...Read More
Lyrical dance is a dance style that blends elements of Ballet and Jazz. Lyrical dance is generally a little more fluid than ballet and also somewhat faster — although not as rapidly executed as jazz dance. Lyrical dance is characterized by fluidity and grace, and has a poetic, expressive quality. This class challenges students to ...Read More
Students will learn the basics of tap technique while developing a sense of rhythm, coordination and timing. Shuffle, ball change and stomp your way through a fun class that combines rhythm, sound and movement. Increasing footwork speed, sound clarity, and terminology are just a few of the skills that students will learn in this class. ...Read More
Hip Hop/Jazz Funk class is a cute, fierce and powerful style of dance with a diva-like dance quality. It takes elements from both Hip Hop and Jazz. This high energy class gives students a chance to release their sassiness and dance fiercely! They will also explore free style improvisation. Students will develop their sense of rhythm ...Read More
This performance oriented Musical Theatre class will allow you to shine like a star…sing…act…dance! Become a triple threat! The class will build self-esteem and stress the importance of teamwork within an acting/dance class setting. Improvisation, drama exercises, dance and script work will be explored. This class is ideal for students interested in expressing themselves through ...Read More
Do you find in class that you “Can’t feel the stretch?” Are you concerned that you may be stretching incorrectly? Do you worry that you are “pushing the stretch too far?” Do you have a new year’s resolution to work on developing your flexibility this year? Then the Alixa Flexibility Program is for you! With ...Read More
This class focuses on developing the strength, power, flexibility, and technique necessary for more advanced jumps and turns. Working progressively, dancers will learn to perfect a variety of elements used in jumps and turns technique such as; proper posture, core strength, balance, and spotting techniques. A great add on to your dance class regime! ...Read More
Interested in taking your dance training to the next level? Want to work on your turns, jumps or an amazing workout to build strength and flexibility? Sessions are available in Jazz, Lyrical, Acro, Tap, Contemporary and Stretch & Strength. Come train with Miss Alyssa, Mr Chris, Miss Jussara, Miss Natalie, Miss Dima, Miss Sam, Miss ...Read More
Try as many styles of dance as you like within a 7-day period (pending room in the class) for only $7! Find out what being a part of the NJADS Family is all about! ...Read More
Ready for a new type of Adult Fitness and Dance program in Hamilton, Ontario? We offer an inclusive, judgement free, body positive environment for adults to move and workout their bodies, minds and hearts. Check back, our next 12-week session will be coming soon! LOCATION MAIN = 833 Upper James Street, Rear Unit, Hamilton LOCATION ...Read More
Early Childhood Music Education The Early Childhood Education Program is a small group program for children, that are pre-instrumental classes offered to very young children aged newborn until entry into an instrumental program, usually around 3 years of age. The ECE program consists of a weekly class in which the child and a caregiver (i.e. ...Read More
The Instructor(s)Danielle Musgrave-Bond,
Class AttireComfortable clothing.
Try a class on us! We are so confident that your child will love dancing with us, that we will let you try a class before you register. Dancers must pre-register to reserve a spot in our trial classes, as space is limited. PLEASE NOTE: Although we do allow dancers to try a FREE CLASS ...Read More
The Instructor(s)Dima Nassar,
Class AttireAny colour/style of dance wear i.e. bodysuit/tights, biketard, crop-top/shorts, any style/colour of dance shoes or bare feet with hair pulled back i.e. in a ponytail.
In Bellydance we build from the floor up. First we get the feet moving, then add hips & bodywork, then arms and hands; the last piece of the puzzle is usually expression. Belly Dance is a dance style from the Middle East however it has various names depending on where it is being used the ...Read More
The Instructor(s)Eshe Yildiz,
Class AttireComfortable clothing suitable for exercise such as leggings and t-shirts. Bare foot. hip scarves optional.
By the end of the nineteenth century, modern dance emerged as a new performing art that rebelled against the tight structure of traditional ballet. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, dancers Isadora Duncan and Loie Fuller popularized the dance form as a new style of artistry and entertainment with their lyrical, emotional performances. Many ...Read More
The Instructor(s)Michele Miedzybrodzki,
Class AttireDancewear such as leotard and leggings, dance shorts, athletic wear
At Not Just Another Dance Studio we believe in creating positive experiences and memories that will last a lifetime! The Daddy/Daughter Dance is a wonderful opportunity for Dad to spend quality time with his daughter. Together they will spend time at rehearsal and working through choreography. The memories in class, in fact, are as significant ...Read More