Once Upon a Ballet Camps

(3 – 8 Years)

Your child will smile with delight as she twirls and leaps around the studio. Our nurturing instructors instill the love of dance and give them confidence with each new step they learn. 

Dancers will tiptoe their way through two favorite tales as they explore how ballet can tell a story. Each day includes ballet class, art project, story time, games, and more! A performance for parents will conclude each camp!

Dancers should bring a snack and water bottle.

Cinderella

Jun 24 – Jun 27

9:00am – 12:00pm

The Little Mermaid

July 29 – Aug 1

9:00am – 12:00pm

Our daughter started ballet classes two months ago! She loves teacher Allison! The class is at the perfect time for our schedule. The staff is kind and nurtures her love of dance while being gentle with her tendency to be shy at first!

 

- Mary

Your dancer will have a blast and gain skills that will help them in life!

Dance Promotes Creativity

Your child will discover an outlet for self-expression and develop an appreciation for the arts .

Dance Improves Classroom Performance

The discipline and focus your child gains in dance classes translates to improved academic performance. In addition, dance lessons help reinforce educational basics, like counting.

Dance Improves Self-Esteem

Children with a background in dance are typically more comfortable about their body and have improved levels of self-confidence. Dance also helps foster a positive attitude.

Dance Encourages Socialization

It’s not uncommon for children to forge lifelong friendships from dance. With each class, children learn to improve their communication and social skills by interacting with other dancers in their class.

Dance Encourages an Active Lifestyle

Your child will be physically active in a fun way. They will improve their flexibility, range of motion, stamina and their strength. The movements in dance also help improve balance, coordination and posture.

Dance Helps Improve Behavioral Issues

Many parents find that dance lessons help improve behavioral issues, such as hyperactivity. The art of dancing tends to have a calming effect on children and also helps them release pent-up energy.

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