Dance Experience

Handbook

2020 – 2021

 

Dance Experience Handbook 2020-2021

 

 

Located at 10310-56 street

Fulton Place School

780-450-0812

contactus@danceexperience.info

www.danceexperience.info

Mailing Address: 6803-102A Ave, EDMONTON, AB, T6A 0S1

 

From the onset Dance Experience has been dedicated to the idea of establishing a first rate affordable dance school which provides quality dance instruction. Through hard work and numerous volunteer hours, we are able to achieve this goal. 

This unique studio's philosophy is that the student comes first. We want our students to learn about all aspects of dance: the discipline and dedication, the showmanship, the teamwork, and the etiquette. We want to help our dancers be enthusiastic and positive in class, to be respectful and courteous to their fellow dancers and to always encourage those around them. Most important is that they enjoy themselves, are physically active, and develop positive self-esteem. The studio hopes to provide support and guidance to those students who wish to further their dance education and careers in other schools and organizations.

Our main goal is to continue to service the community at affordable rates, ensuring that all children regardless of financial situation are able to discover their love of dance.

 

 

Dance Experience Important Dates 2020 – 2021

Please mark these dates on your calendars:

 

September 21, 2020                                       Classes Commence Online

September 28, 2020                                       Festival Classes In person, Recreational Classes Online

October 5, 2020                                              Recreational Classes In person

Monday, October 12, 2020                             Thanksgiving - Regular classes

Wednesday, November 11, 2020                   Remembrance Day - Regular classes

Monday, November 16, 2020                         General Meeting - virtual @ 6:30 p.m.

Dec 19, 2020 – Jan 1, 2021                           Christmas Break - NO CLASSES

Saturday, January 2, 2021                             Classes Resume

Monday, February 15, 2021                           Family Day - Regular classes

TBD                                                                 Costume Pick-up

March 29 – Apr 6, 2021                                 Spring Break - Regular classes

April 9, 2021 (tentative)                                  Talent Day Rehearsal #1

April 10, 2021 (tentative)                                Talent Day Rehearsal #2 and Performance

April 11, 2021 (tentative)                                Talent Day Rehearsal #3 and Performance

April 14 - 18, 2021                                          Gravity Dance Festival (festival classes only)

April 21 - 25, 2021                                          Standing Ovation Dance Festival (festival classes only)

April 26 - May 2, 2021                                    Dance Power (festival classes only)

May 14, 2021 (tentative)                                 Year End Rehearsal #1

May 15, 2021 (tentative)                                 Year End Rehearsal #2 and Performances

May 16, 2021 (tentative)                                 Year End Rehearsal #3 and Performances

TBD                                                                Photographs

 

The studio runs classes on all school PD days, teachers’ convention, days in lieu and non-instructional days

 

 Studio & Class General Regulations 2020 – 2021

Please review the following policies with your dancer. Our goal is to create a positive atmosphere for all students, parents and instructors.

 

1.     Masks must be worn by all individuals while inside the building.

2.     Prior to entry to the dance studio all dancers must complete the Health Screening Questionnaire.

3.     Please remove all outside footwear at the main door and neatly place them on the boot rack or to the side. This is for safety reasons and to keep the floors clean. No exceptions!

4.     Parents/guardians are not permitted in the building except for a single parent/guardian of dancers 6 years old or younger.

5.     If a dancer exhibits COVID-19 symptoms they will not be permitted to return for 10 days from the start of symptoms or until they are no longer exhibiting symptoms (whichever is longer). If the dancer has had close physical contact with a positive COVID-19 case they will not be permitted to return to the studio for 14 days.

6.     If a dancer is unable to attend class due to illness or public health requirement to self isolate they will be provided with a pre-recorded lesson of their class (for up to two weeks). If their absence extends past two weeks they will be provided with other online resources or written material to work on at home. Dancers are only expected to use these materials at home if they are physically able.

7.     Attendance is extremely important. If a child is unable to dance but can observe, they should attend class. The parents must notify the studio if a dancer is to only observe class. If you know in advance that your child will be absent for a class or rehearsal please notify the studio.

8.     Students should arrive no more than 5 minutes prior to class time. Classes will start at the designated time regardless of how many students are absent. All students must wait outside the studio on designated spots until their class is ready to begin. Lateness is disruptive to the class.

9.     Students must attend ALL classes and rehearsals wearing proper attire. It is important that the instructor is able to see the body alignment of the student; therefore, baggy, loose fitting clothing and t-shirts are not appropriate. If proper attire is not worn, instructors have the option of asking the student to sit out and observe the class, having the student phone home to be picked up, or ask them to change. 

10.  Hair must be off the back of the neck and out of the eyes. Long hair should be in a bun, French braid, ponytail, or pigtails. In ballet class, hair must be in a bun.

11.  Appropriate shoes MUST be worn in class (e.g. ballet slippers must be worn in ballet class).

12.  Watches, earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets, etc., are dangerous and must be removed prior to class. Please leave them at home as we are not responsible for lost items.

13.  Spectators are not allowed 

14.  Students are encouraged to stay in the classroom once class has begun. Please use the restroom prior to class. Young children will be permitted to leave and use the restroom. 

15.  Chewing gum, food, and beverages are prohibited in the studios. Bring your own water bottle with you to class. Students are not permitted to leave class for water.

16.  Cell phones are not to be used by students during class time. If students are found using their cell phone they will be directed to turn it off and store it with their belongings for the remainder of class(es). Repeated issues with cell phones will be discussed with the student’s parents. 

17.  There should be no talking by dancers while a teacher is talking/instructing. Although we know being social is a part of learning to work as a team, talking should not distract dancers from the lesson. All teachers deserve your respect. If a teacher is not given proper respect the dancer(s) will be asked to leave.

18.  Discipline will be enforced and unruly children will be required to sit out of class or sent home. Parents will be notified if problems persist.

19.  Dancers and parents are expected to show all other dancers, parents, staff and volunteers respect when at the studio, performances or festivals. Anyone heard making rude or negative comments may receive a letter from or have to meet with the Dance Experience Board of Directors. The privilege of attending Dance Experience events may be revoked. The studio is meant to be a positive environment and negative comments can be devastating to a dancer.

20.  Students that are required to wait between classes are expected to clean up after themselves. If you bring food to the studio ensure it is nut free.

21.  Please pick your child up promptly after class to facilitate orderly transition between the classes.

22.  Instructors are also not available to remain at the studio at the end of the night to wait for parents. Unless arrangements for late pick-up have been made prior to class, a fine of $5 for every five minutes (or portion thereof) that the student remains after class may be implemented. 

23.  Practice is recommended for all levels. Once performance music is selected it will be shared via a Google drive folder.  

24.  All concerns will be addressed when submitted to the Board of Directors in writing.

 

Class Descriptions

Creative Movement: 

Open to children who have turned 3 by September 1, 2020. We clap, sing, and move our feet to the rhythm and the beat. We wiggle and play with props and boogie 'til we (almost) drop. Classes will utilize creative movement to encourage self expression, repetition for memory building and of course FUN.

 

Combo Classes (Ballet/Tap/Jazz): 

Combo classes are for tiny dancers who have turned 4, 5 or 6 by September 1, 2020. In an atmosphere of encouragement and imagination, your little dancer will be introduced to the basic movements in Ballet, Tap and Jazz. Throughout the year dancers will gain an awareness of their bodies, learn basic steps, simple jumps and travelling steps. Action songs, singing and rhythm will keep these dancers moving and on their toes while developing coordination skills in a fun and upbeat environment. These fun-filled classes will perform either Ballet, Tap or Jazz at the Year End Show (teacher choice). Combo classes are 45 minutes per class once per week. They run on a rotating 3 week schedule:

Week 1: Ballet

Week 2: Tap

Week 3: Jazz

Creative and Combo classes aim to aid in the development of fine and gross motor skills as they balance, skip, leap, coordinate, isolate and move to the music. They also help develop social skills through collaborative and cooperative games.

 

6-7 year old Dancers - Ballet (Primary Ballet) and Tap/Jazz Combo (Primary Jazz/Tap Combo):

These classes are for 6 & 7 year olds that either want to only take Ballet or to dance twice a week. This group of dancers will have two class options; one Ballet class, or one Ballet and a combination class of Tap and Jazz (both 45 minutes in length). This group of dancers will perform one dance for each class they are enrolled in at recital. 

 

Ballet: 

Ballet is the foundation of all other dance disciplines and is where strong technique is developed that supports other dance forms; therefore, we require ballet to be a priority in your schedule to enhance your technique in either competitive or recreational dance. Ballet is mandatory if taking Jazz, Lyrical, or Contemporary. The benefits of taking ballet include development of technical strength, body awareness (including posture), self discipline, and musicality. Ballet training provides dancers with the opportunity to develop grace, poise, coordination, fitness and self-confidence. As well as a joy of dance and an appreciation of classical music but most importantly it is challenging and fun! Classes begin with barre work, gradually warming the body for centre work such as adage and allegro. These classes are 45-90 minutes per class once per week.

 

Jazz: 

Jazz dance emphasizes style, technique, expression and sharp, strong movements. Jazz dance is an energetic, dynamic and rhythm-based style that can be seen everywhere from music videos and movies to hit Broadway Shows. Jazz dancers require the same type of technique, strength and flexibility that are essential to Ballet and therefore Ballet is mandatory for any student taking Jazz. Dancers registering in a Jazz class must be taking the Ballet class at Dance Experience, other studios or schools do not meet this requirement. Jazz classes include an energetic warm-up, stretching, turns, leaps and progressions across the floor, as well as fast-paced, technical and stylized choreography. The goal for students is to increase their musicality, be active and have fun. Jazz dance is sure to inspire and excite students! These classes are 45-90 minutes per class once per week.

 

Tap: 

Tap dancing is an intricate dance form where students develop rhythm, tap technique and musicality through percussive footwork. Tap challenges a dancer’s rhythm, body movement, and performance style. Emphasis is placed on footwork as well as style and presentation of the upper body while moving those fast feet! Ballet and Jazz are recommended for Tap as they benefit tap dancers by strengthening their posture and musicality. Class will consist of tap warm up at the barre, travelling steps across the floor and centre rhythm combos. Students should understand tap technique and making rhythms with and without music. These classes are 45-90 per class once per week.

 

Lyrical: 

Lyrical dance places emphasis on flowing interpretive movements while incorporating Jazz and Ballet technique. Lyrical develops a dancer’s ability to communicate emotion through their movement and the music to which they are dancing. Ballet and Jazz are required in order to participate in a Lyrical class. Dancers registering in a Lyrical class must be taking the Ballet and Jazz classes at Dance Experience, other studios or school do not meet this requirement. Dancers must have at least one year of experience with both Ballet and Jazz. This class is 60 minutes per class once per week and open to dancers 11-17 years.

 

Hip Hop: 

This class is an introduction to hip hop for students 8-17 years. Hip Hop is an extremely popular dance style and appeals to many students and audiences. A variety of hip-hop styles/elements are taught to give students the opportunity to “groove” and to develop their own style. While learning the techniques of this high energy dance form students are encouraged to bring in their “attitudes” and personalities to class. Classes will consist of warm up, technique, free styling and high energy combinations. Freestyle movement will be used to help the dancers become confident in front of others and to demonstrate and improve their creative talent. Students will learn fun and challenging choreography to the latest hip hop music (“clean” lyrics only). This class is diverse, energetic, fast-paced, challenging and fun-filled! This class is 60 minutes per class once a week.

 

Musical Theatre: not offered in 2020-2021 season

This class is offered as a large group class to students aged 8-17, dancers are required to take one other style of dance to participate in musical theater. Students will learn pieces from Broadway Musicals, combining singing, dancing and acting to create an entertaining routine. The class aims to provide a positive and encouraging environment where students can “come out of their shell”. A portion of each class will be spent on vocal training. This class is 60 minutes per class once per week.

 

Stretch and Strength: not offered in 2020-2021 season

This class is offered to any dancer 8-17 years who has a desire to improve their abilities and skills. Dancers are athletes and as such their bodies require proper conditioning. The combination of flexibility and strength is imperative to becoming a successful dancer. Flexibility develops long supple muscles and aids in preventing injuries from muscle strain. Increased muscle strength and endurance along with the recognition of proper body alignment will be goals for the year. This class may not be offered yearly. 

 

Adult Classes: 

These classes give parents a chance to experience the same hard work and FUN their children have every week. It is not only for the dance parent, this is a great class for anyone who has always wished they danced or just wants to get some exercise. The adults learn a routine, participate in Talent Day and Year End shows and even go to festivals. The adult performance is the hit of any show and dancers and spectators alike anticipate what they will do every year. These classes are 60 minutes per class once per week. Adults are eligible to dance in designated adult classes only. The other classes offered are for students 18 years of age and younger. 

 

Festival Classes: 

Dance Experience offers students over the age of 8 years the opportunity to participate in dance festivals. Students are taught choreography and prepared for these in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, musical theatre and hip hop. This is a serious commitment. Students are expected to attend: all events in which they are entered, theatre rehearsal and extra class rehearsals. They must have regular attendance in all classes and must practice at home. A dancer’s eligibility to participate in a festival class is at the discretion of the instructor. You will be informed at the beginning of each year if a festival class is recommended for your child. You don’t have to participate in the festival class – there will also be a recreational class option indicated. 

 

We encourage families to think carefully before committing to a festival class. Please ensure you and your dancer have read the Dance Experience Festival Information & Etiquette before registering. You and your dancer(s) will be required to acknowledge that you have read and agree to the festival information by completing the Dance Experience Festival Class ~ Agreement. Although we think it is a great opportunity for the dancers, it may not work for your family’s lifestyle and other commitments. If you question your ability to make the commitment we do not recommend registering in these classes. It is not fair to the dancer should they be withdrawn from the class part way through the year.

 

There is a great deal of work from instructors and dancers that goes into each routine and therefore dancers must commit to all classes (even non-festival classes). Dancers registered in festival classes will be permitted to miss a maximum of 4 classes throughout the year. If you make this commitment, you commit to all events in which the group is entered. All classes will be participating in two festivals between March and May (additional events will only be entered with parental consent) along with our Talent Day and Year End Shows.

 

Class instructors will select a costume and set hair and make-up requirements. These are not recommendations and must be followed; failure to do so will result in your child not being permitted to perform (this does not justify a refund of festival fees).

 

When you register for a festival class you are responsible for all festival fees. You will be given the dates of the festivals your dancer will be participating in before they are registered. If you know they will be unable to attend, you must inform the studio and this dancer will not be registered. If the studio is not informed then you are responsible for festival fees even if your dancer does not participate. If your dancer does not fulfill the requirements for attendance and is withdrawn from the class you are still responsible for any festival fees. 

Entry fees for festivals are charged by the organizers of each event. The studio charges an $85.00 festival fee to cover these costs. Solos/Duets/Trios pay separate festival fees ~$75.00/event. See Fees section for information related to cancelled 2019-2020 events.

 

2020 – 2021 Fees 

Registration Process

Class registration will be completely online this season and will only be accepted through Studio Director. We will only be asking parents/guardians to come to the studio to drop off tuition payment, monthly installment plans, and volunteer commitment deposits. The week of October 5 - October 10 volunteers will be stationed outside the studio accepting payment for classes. All payments must be received in a sealed envelope with a Payment Submission Form. Debit payments during this week can be made by appointment only.

 

A student will not be considered registered until the following has been completed through Studio Director:

Payments required to complete registration:

 

Registration Fee (non-refundable)      $40.00 per dancer

 

2020 – 2021 Class Fees

These fees cover 32 classes per year including regular instructional time and teachers times at rehearsals and shows from September to May. Yearly fees are charged for each class and are not prorated for late enrollment, missed classes, or classes dropped after the November 1, 2020 withdrawal date. Although we provide families the convenience to pay using monthly installments, upon registration families accept that this is a season commitment and they are responsible for class fees for the entire season. Should the studio be required to terminate in person classes we will switch all classes to on-line delivery. In this situation families are still responsible for all fees.

 

Class Length

Yearly Fees

Monthly Installment                        (yearly fees divided over 8 months)

30 minutes

$196.00

$24.50

45 minutes

$228.00

$28.50

60 minutes

$260.00

$32.50

60 minute festival class

$280.00

$35.00

75 minute festival class

$312.00

$39.25

90 minute festival class

$344.00

$43.25

 

*Note: Junior I Ballet will be charged as one 90 minute class. It will appear as Junior I Ballet Technique $35.00/month, Junior I Ballet $8.25/month.

 

Festival Fees

New Festival Dancers - Group Festival Fees must be paid in advance at the time of registration. A  festival fee of $85.00 per festival class will be added to your registration. This will cover the 2 festival events the class is participating in. Should the festival organizers choose to increase the entry fees this year you will be responsible for the additional cost.

Returning Festival Dancers - Group Festival Fees will not be added to Studio Director accounts until November 1, 2020. The studio received credits (or partial credits) from all 2019-2020 events, these credits will be applied to Studio Director accounts on November 1, 2020. Families will not be eligible for festival credit refunds unless we are able to apply the credits to another dancer. Should the festival organizers choose to increase the entry fees this year you will be responsible for the additional cost.

Costume Deposit

To ensure adherence to scheduled costume pick-up times a mandatory costume deposit of $30.00 per class will be charged for each performance class, due December 1, 2020. This does not include: Ballet Technique, Pre-Pointe, Pointe. This deposit will be deducted from your costume fees upon attending the scheduled costume pick-up.

 

Volunteer Deposit

To ensure all families are involved with our non-profit studio at a common minimum level we will be collecting a volunteer commitment cheque. A deposit of $100.00 if your family dances 2 hours a week or less, and $200.00 if your family dances over 2 hours a week will be collected at the time of registration. This deposit can be a cheque post-dated to June 15, 2021 or authorization for a credit card that has an expiration date of July 2021 or later. 

 

Under the current circumstances we can not say what the volunteer commitment will be but it will not exceed that from previous seasons as listed below.

The minimum volunteer commitment will be based on the number of hours your family dances each week:

 

When your family has completed the required volunteer hours your cheque or credit card authorization will be destroyed. Should your family opt not to volunteer, your cheque will be cashed at the end of the season. Activities that DO NOT count towards volunteer hours include casinos, office volunteers, COVID-19 safety coordinators, class parents and any training time required to fulfil volunteer roles.

 

Family Discount

Any single family (single child or siblings or adults) that dances a combined total of 6 hours a week or more will receive a 10% savings off their total class fees (registration fees, festival fees, extra number fees and summer camp are excluded).

 

Payment Options

Payment of all fees must be arranged during the registration process. The preferred methods of payment are:

 

Cash and Debit payments can be made by appointment only

 

There are two schedules families may follow for payment of their dance fees:

  1. Full payment at registration - families will pay all their fees in one payment. This includes: registration fees, class fees, and festival fees (if applicable).
  2. Monthly installments (yearly fees divided over 8 months) - class fees may be paid using monthly installments, a Monthly Installment Plan form must be completed. These can be paid using the following:

·         Post-dated cheques (dated the first of the month November - May)

·         Pre-authorized monthly credit card payments - a service fee of 3% will be added to all credit card payments

·         Electronic bank transfers - the security question password must be your eldest dancers full name (capitalized) without any spaces (JaneDoe)

If you pay monthly by electronic bank transfer, debit or cash you will be required to leave credit card information. If payment is not received by e-transfer, debit or cash by the 30th of each month, your credit card will automatically be charged.

 

Installment #1 – due October 10. Registration fees, festival fees (new festival dancers), and the first month tuition installment. If payment is not received by this date, your dancer(s) will be removed from their classes.

Installments #2-8 – due the first of the month November - May.

 

Festival fees (returning dancers) will be charged November 1, 2020.

Costume deposit(s) will be charged December 1, 2020.

 

All cheques should be made payable to Dance Experience. Upon receiving an N.S.F. cheque from a member, they will no longer have cheque privileges. 

 

Financial Assistance

There are two programs available for families that require financial assistance. Please visit their webpages for information on how to apply.

www.kidsportcanada.ca

www.jumpstart.canadiantire.ca

If you require further assistance or do not qualify please notify the studio.

If your family would like to sponsor a Dance Experience dancer that does not have the means to cover the cost of classes please notify the studio.

Refund/Withdrawal policies

Class fees are non-refundable after November 1, 2020. Refunds will only be issued upon completion of the class withdrawal form link below.

 

 https://goo.gl/forms/vJctcC5W5sLOUjvY2

 

Class fees will be refunded on a prorated basis from the date notification is received. Absenteeism does not justify a refund. After November 1, 2020, class fees may be refunded on a prorated basis if a child is unable to continue due to injury or serious illness.

 

Should the studio be required to terminate in person classes we will switch all classes to on-line delivery. In this situation families are still responsible for all fees.

 

Class Attire Requirements

 

Proper attire allows instructors to see the dancers’ bodies clearly so corrections to alignment and placement may be made and injuries avoided, it also allows instructors to assess technique and it helps the dancers focus in class. Dancers should all have a designated dance bag in which they carry dancewear, shoes, hair supplies, water bottle and other dance materials. Please write your dancer’s name on all of their belongings. Underwear should not be worn under tights and bra straps should not be visible. Hair must be in a proper bun for Ballet and pulled back off the face for all other styles. The studio will be selling transition tights and a small selection of new shoes by appointment only.

 

Dance Experience Class Attire Requirements 2020

Class

Shoes

Attire

3 year old creative

Pink leather ballet slipper

Bodysuit of your choice

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

4 year old Combo

Pink leather ballet slipper

Black Tap Shoe (Tyette or Mary Jane); Please replace ribbon with 1/4" elastic

Bodysuit of your choice

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

4-5 year old Combo

Pink leather ballet slipper

Black Tap Shoe (Tyette or Mary Jane); Please replace ribbon with 1/4" elastic

Bodysuit of your choice

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

5 year old Combo

Pink leather ballet slipper

Black Tap Shoe (Tyette or Mary Jane); Please replace ribbon with 1/4" elastic

Bodysuit of your choice

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

5-6 year old combo

Pink leather ballet slipper

Black Mary Jane Tap Shoes

Bodysuit of your choice

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

6 year old combo

Pink leather ballet slipper

Black Mary Jane Tap Shoes

Bodysuit of your choice

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Primary I & II Ballet

Pink full sole leather ballet slipper

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Ballet I

Pink full sole leather ballet slipper

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Ballet II

Pink full sole leather ballet slipper

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Ballet III

Pink full sole leather ballet slipper

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Ballet IV

Pink split sole canvas ballet slipper 

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Beginner I Ballet

Pink split sole leather ballet slipper

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Beginner II Ballet

Pink split sole leather ballet slipper 

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Junior I Ballet

Pink split sole stretch canvas ballet slipper (Angelo Luzio, So Danca or Capezio) - two pairs; one for class and one for performances

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Junior II Ballet

Pink split sole stretch canvas ballet slipper (Angelo Luzio, So Danca or Capezio) - two pairs; one for class and one for performances

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Intermediate I Ballet

Pink split sole stretch canvas ballet slipper (Angelo Luzio, So Danca or Capezio) - two pairs; one for class and one for performances

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Intermediate II Ballet

Pink split sole stretch canvas ballet slipper (Angelo Luzio, So Danca or Capezio) - two pairs; one for class and one for performances

Navy Blue Body Suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Pointe 

Lydia will plan a day for the class to purchase shoes together. She would like to be there when they are fitted.

Navy Blue Body suit

Balera or Capezio ballet pink transition tights

Primary Jazz/Tap Combo I & II

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (no laces)

Beige Tap Shoe with strap (Bloch Tap-on, Mary Jane or Capezio Mary Jane)

Navy Blue Body Suit & short shorts

Balera or Capezio light suntan transition tights

Jazz I

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (no laces)

Navy Blue Body Suit & short shorts

Balera or Capezio light suntan transition tights

Jazz III

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (no laces)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Jazz IV

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (no laces)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Beginner I Jazz

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (no laces)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

Balera or Capezio light suntan transition tights

Beginner II Jazz

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

Balera or Capezio light suntan transition tights

Junior I Jazz

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Junior II Jazz

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Intermediate I Jazz

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Intermediate II Jazz

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Tap I

Beige Tap Shoe with strap 

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Tap II

Beige Tap Shoe with strap 

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Beginner I Tap

Beige Tap Shoe with strap 

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Beginner II Tap

Beige Tap Shoe with strap 

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Junior I Tap

Black Lace Up Tap Shoe (no split soles)*

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Junior II Tap

Black Lace Up Tap Shoe (no split soles)*

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Intermediate I Tap

Black Lace Up Tap Shoe (no split soles)*

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Open Tap

Black Lace Up Tap Shoe (no split soles)*

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Adult Tap

Black Lace Up Tap Shoe (no split soles)

Exercise clothes

Beginner Lyrical

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (no laces)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Junior I Lyrical

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Junior II Lyrical

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Intermediate I Contemporary

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Intermediate II Contemporary

Beige split sole Jazz shoe (when new shoes are required please purchase Bloch Pulse S0470L)

Form fitting exercise top & short shorts or leggings

No loose fitting pants or tops

Hip Hop I - V

Black indoor runners with white sole and laces

Exercise clothes

Beginner I Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Beginner II Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Junior I Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Junior II Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Junior III Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Intermediate Boys Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white sole and laces

Exercise clothes

Intermediate I Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white sole and laces

Exercise clothes

Intermediate II Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Open Hip Hop

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Adult Hip Hop 

Black indoor runners with white soles and laces

Exercise clothes

Boys - Ballet (combo and recreational)

Black leather slippers

White T-shirt & Black shorts

Black socks

Boys - Ballet (festival)

Black split sole canvas ballet slippers (Angelo Luzio, So Danca or Capezio

White fitted t-shirt (so danca), Black tights (capezio)

White socks

Boys - Jazz (all classes)

Black split sole jazz shoes

White T-shirt & Black shorts

Black socks

Boys - Tap 

Black leather lace-up shoes

White T-shirt & Black shorts

Black socks

Dance Wear Suppliers

Address

Phone Number

On Stage

7620 Gateway Blvd NW, Edmonton (inside United Cycle)

780-432-7998

And All That Jazz

10808 Strathcona Drive, Sherwood Park

780-416-2017

All 4 Dance

16332-111 Ave, Edmonton

780-489-4269

 

*recommended (but not required) shoes are Jason Samuel Smith or So Danca Pro.

 

Scheduling Policy