"Accepting Fall Registrations"
Open Registration August 30th at 12 to 2pm
Free studio concert will be held by Misako Ballet Company at 1 -1:30pm on both days.
*NEW* Break Dance Class
For Grades 2 - 7 Sunday at 5-6pm
For Grades 8 - 12 Sunday at 6-7pm
Starting on September 7
Isaiah Yoon started in the summer of 2003. The show occasionally featured break dancers in the crowd displaying maneuvers that not only seemed physically impossible, but also rhythmic. Heavily influenced, he sought after more resources for break dancing such as online videos, websites and tutorials and practiced in solitary for a few years. He finally met a fellow dancer in his high school that introduced him to the local break dancing community and started attending public practices, competitions and performances. After proving his competence by participating in numerous events, Isaiah was later inducted into a prominent break dance crew in the DC/MD/VA region known as "Lionz of Zion." His skills took him to compete, perform and teach all over the country and even overseas with his crew. Isaiah has flown to countries such as France, Germany, Belgium, Denmark and Italy to showcase his talent. With over 10 years of dance experience, he has created a unique style that incorporates flexibility with traditional moves of break dance. Currently, Isaiah is still competing and performing.
LaBlast by Cecilia Ituarte
Session begins September 3
at 7:45 - 8:45pm
Monthly Fee: $72
Drop-in Fee: $18
LaBlast is a workout while you learn dances like the Disco, ChaCha, Jive Salsa, Paso Doble, Samba and many more.
No Partner needed! During LaBlast classes all music is used from any genre or era.
Email for more information.
Beginning Salsa with John Havran
Thursday at 7:15 – 8:15pm
Monthly Fee: $50/single $90
In this class, students will learn beginning salsa dance steps so that they can feel comfortable in social dance situations. Dance instruction will include leading and following techniques for basic salsa steps, turns, and patterns. Bring a friend, or come alone and meet other dancers in class! Ballroom dance shoes are not required, but ladies may want to wear shoes with a low heel and straps around the ankle.