Registration for Fall 2019 dance programs is now ongoing at both locations - drop in, email, or call to register. Schedules and registration forms are available on the website and at the studios. Summer camp registration is on now! Theatre program details coming...read more
We host birthday parties in both locations! Includes one hour of dance and one hour in the cafe area. Bedford - Sunday afternoons - contact 902-835-5776 to inquire Clayton Park - Saturday afternoons - contact 902-443-3144 to inquireread more
Maritime Dance AcademyAtlantic Canada's largest dance academy provides a variety of dance styles for people of all ages and skill levels.
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Our Ballet students study and take examinations with the Society of Russian Ballet. Exams typically take place in March and are designed to assess each student in terms of technique and presentation.
This ballet class focuses on strengthening the legs and feet to prepare students to work en pointe. This class is for level 6 and higher.
Jazz is an energetic, physical, and up-tempo dance form. Classes are a combination of current dance trends and stage dance. The emphasis is on polish and technique, while improving flexibility.
The emphasis in tap classes is on correct rhythms and clarity of sound. Students are examined by PAEC when ready.
Students will be introduced to various types of hip hop dance and movement and will participate in a year end performance in June.
Our students take a technique class when they reach ITP level 2. The technique class was created for students to work on flexibility, jumps and turns. The class focuses primarily on jazz and ballet technique.
Modern draws from many forms of dance, but emphasizes exploring the full range of movements the body can make. It uses the body as an expressive instrument moving in space.
Contemporary/Lyrical is one of the most common styles as seen on dance reality TV shows and a popular request among teens. A free movement style will be encouraged while learning basic terminology and technique.