What To Expect On Your First Class

What To Expect Your First Class

You should expect to have fun and be challenged! This dance will push both your mind and your body.


What To Wear And What To Bring

We want you to be comfortable which means wear something that you can easily move in. Yoga or work out pants, sports bra, fitted tank top, or fitted t-shirt are best. Bare feet, dance shoes such as jazz shoes, ballet slippers, foot undies, or socks are all acceptable foot attire, no street shoes in the studio. Hip scarves are encouraged but not required. Zills/Finger Cymbals will be required for students taking the intermediate drills with zills class, some of the beginner choreo classes, all student troupe and troupe rehearsals, and any specialty class where finger cymbals are a focal point of the class. Finger cymbals can be purchased through the instructor or online. Veils or swords may be required for some of the specialty classes but students will educated ahead of time for such requirements. They are not required but if you have a yoga mat bring it, we will use it every class except the ITS classes. Some of the classes can be rigorous so water is encouraged.


There are none!!!! All shapes, sizes, ages and genders are welcome!!! If you have a disability that would require special accommodations contact the instructor before class so that they can be made. To figure out if your child should attend the kids class or the adult class please contact us ahead of time so that we may work together to figure out what would be best for your child.

What Languages Are Spoken

The instructor is English speaking and is not bilingual however she is happy to work through any language barrier using visual cues so please do not let a language barrier stop you from pursuing dance!


Classes are scheduled very close together so please come a few minutes early so that you can get checked in and we can start all the classes on time. If you are a first time student you will be required to fill out a liability release.