Our ballet classes follow the traditional education format of barre, center work and choreography. Students learn the ballet vocabulary and practice controlling their movements in a graceful manner.
The rhythm, the steps, the athleticism and the swag are the focus of this class. Students learn how to let loose but in control at the same time while having lots of fun.
This class shares many similarities with African dance. It is however a Haitian root dance where students learn the folks and the history of Haiti through movements. Emotions and rhythm are cultivated in each learner. This class is also offered to adults and many attend for fitness reasons.
Students learn to understand music and how to use their body to express the emotions from the songs as they understand it. This genre also tap into some modern and ballet techniques.
When the gym is boring and you just want to be fit while losing weight, this class is perfect. Rabòday and Haitian folklore music is used to get students moving and burn those calories while having fun.
Popular African dance that is a mix of African music with Wester-pop. The dance moves are inspired by West African dance and modern pop. This genre is very upbeat with a unique flavor brought by quick moves of the feet and slowmo of the hips.