Hip Hop:Hip Hop has grown in popularity over recent years. It is an urban style of dance that has a strong focus on developing ‘individuality’. The most recognisable forms of hip hop are demonstrated in music video clips and in popular movies such as ‘Step Up’ and ‘Honey’.
Jazz: Jazz is a fun, energetic class that combines technique with the latest moves. Students will learn how to safely turn and jump and will develop further coordination, flexibility and expressive skills while improving their fitness levels.
Tap: Tap is a percussive style of dance that is performed wearing specially designed shoes with small metal tap plates attached to the soles of them. Tap classes will help students to develop rhythm and musicality whilst using their feet as the instrument!
Here at Destination Dance, we offer Examinations under the Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) Syllabus.
We offer the following styles:
Students enrolled in these classes are taught the syllabus but participation in examinations are not compulsory.
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Classes on offer at Destination Dance
Acrobatics: Acro dance is a style of dance that combines classical dance technique with precision acrobatic elements. It is defined by its athletic character, its unique choreography, which seamlessly blends dance and acrobatics, and its use of acrobatics in a dance context. Using the Acrobatic Arts Syllabus students will work on many different elements such as strength, balance, limber & tumbling in their Acro classes.
Pre-school Dance Program: Our Pre-school program is unique and has been designed by dance educators to cater for the 2 – 5 year age group exploring movement, mime, music, magical, make-believe and much more.
TapFit: TAPfit is a total body tap dance cardio fitness workout class. The class combines tap dancing, cardio and resistance training to burn calories, increase muscle power, co-ordination, flexibility and balance.
Contemporary: Contemporary is an ever-changing dance style that encourages free and expressive movement.
Classical Ballet: Classical ballet has long been considered the foundation of all dance styles. It assists in developing correct posture, weight placement, coordination, core strength and control. Students who take part in ballet classes are trained in the Australian Teachers of Dancing (ATOD) method which is recognised in dance circles throughout Australia and in many other parts of the world. Students participating in ballet classes will also have the opportunity to sit examinations