Classes

CLASSES AT REFLECTIONS DANCE COMPANY

BALLET

Ballet is the cornerstone of all dance, through ballet training the fundamental elements of all dance forms are taught. Our ballet classes cater for beginners through to the more advanced. The focus in ballet is on developing correct technique, musicality, posture, strength, discipline and poise. Children will have the opportunity to take exams through the IDTA examination board, as part of development, when the children are ready.

CHEERLEADING

high energy, excitable class learning and developing all the basic cheer skills whilsts using the all important pom poms.

CONTEMPORARY

Discovering different techniques and interpretations, contemporary is a modern dance technique class. We explore an eclectic range of music and movement. The is an expressive and also creative class.

GYMNASTICS

Introduced to enhance dynamics in dance. Within Gymnastics we teach the latest tricks, flips and stunts as well as improve core strength, flexibility and confidence. We have bars, beams, spring boards, air matts and more.

JAZZ

Jazz is an energetic, rhythmic and passionate style of dance that fuses the techniques of ballet, contemporary and modern techniques to modern music. Classes begin with a warm-up that focuses on stretching, conditioning and developing body alignment. After the warm up, each class will focus on developing the technical and stylistic qualities of Jazz dance through corner work and routines.

STREETDANCE

Our street dance classes combine the techniques such as Breaking, Popping, Locking, Crumping, and all other current elements to street dancing. It is a high energy style that pushes dancers physically and mentally through varied choreography. Every dancer will have a great time learning this popular style of dance especially to their favourite songs in the charts.

TAP

Our tap classes are designed to help students develop rhythm and timing. Tap classes are lots of fun, as children love making sounds with their feet. Children will have the opportunity to take exams through the IDTA examination board, as part of development, when the children are ready.