Radiance Dance Academy has classes for children from just 18 months!
Do you have a budding little dancer in the family? Radiance Dance Academy has classes for children from just 18 months old through to adults.
Radiance Dance Academy has classes in Holland Park, Windsor and Wilston. They provide technical dance training with a major emphasis on developing positive body awareness and self-expression.
They foster a love of dance with nurturing and inspiring confidence, self-esteem and creativity in each student. As an Acrobatic Arts certified studio, they also offer specialised Acrobatics classes along with dance. The Acrobatic Arts program is a fun, engaging and artistic style that combines gymnastics and dance and is one of Radiance’s most popular classes!
The youngest members of your family can take part in ‘Mummy & Me’ classes for 18 months to 2.5 years. These sessions encourage imagination and creativity using dancing and singing and are designed to develop musical response through movement and basic co-ordination of gross motor skills.
Mummy & Me classes are the perfect introduction to foundation ballet steps, and are a stepping stone into the ‘Tiny Tots’ program for ages 2 to 5 years.
Tiny Tots classes are fun, imaginative and exciting and are offered in a range of genres, which are listed below:
Tiny Tot Ballet
Tiny Tot Jazz
Tiny Tot Acrobatics
Tiny Tots Rockstars (singing)
Tiny Tots Combo, which combines Ballet and Jazz in the one class!
Along with the programs for children under 5, Radiance Dance Academy also runs a range of dance classes for older children, teens and adults. With genres including Jazz, HipHop, Tap, Contemporary, Acrobatics and Musical Theatre, there is sure to be a fantastic class for your child or teen.
There are classes held throughout the week, so come along and see for yourself as the first class is offered for free. If your child has a love for dance, Radiance Dance Academy is the place to foster their passion and watch them thrive.
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