Training - Class
EXUDE training module launched in January 2020 as a place for emerging dancers to gather and train. Although we can’t gather in studio together yet due to COVID-19 restrictions - let’s come together - online - to continue training, and keep connected with each other.
Kylie Thompson Dance is committed to creating safe spaces that are open and welcoming to all walks of life. We warmly welcome members of the BIPOC community and of the LGBTQ+ community.
Progressing Ballet Technique is an innovative dance conditioning program developed by Marie Walton-Mahon in Australia. This training system develops a dancer’s muscle memory to improve their core stability, weight placement and alignment, as well as over-all strength and control. Dancers perform exercises using a fitness ball or resistance band. The tools give the dancer immediate feedback on their alignment while training specific muscle groups and coordinations required for ballet and other dance forms.
Explore different styles, perspectives, and the meanings behind First Nations’ dances with Barbara Kaneratonni Diabo. Taking inspiration from cultural perspectives and practices, we will combine the past, present and future to create an understanding of this land through dance.
Through warm-up exercises and sequences of movement specific to Virginie’s creations, the class will evolve towards the learning of an extract of Les corps avalés. Beyond the execution, what interests Virginie is accessibility to the human; the interpreter does not play a role, they are here and now, sometimes vulnerable, sometimes strong, but always true.
Classes taught by A.I.M emphasize four of the company’s core movement values: exploration, musicality, abandonment and intuition. The opening warm-up sequence focuses on the fluidity of the spine, articulation, and core body strengthening; and then builds up to challenging, creative and invigorating phrase work. Students experience a personalized postmodern movement vocabulary full of intricate gestures and signature A.I.M moves.
Located in the Stockyards, Ritmo Flamenco's new location since 2017 is located at 100 Symes Rd. Offering 6 progressive levels of instruction, our program allows dancers to advance at their own pace through carefully constructed classes of increasingly complex exercises, allowing ample time for learning that is both comprehensive and meaningful. The experience and dedication of Ritmo Flamenco continues to be a source of inspiration for the current students and helps new students enter the school with confidence and enjoyment.
Joy of Dance Kids & Teens Dance Camps has exciting dance camps for kids and teens. It’s the perfect place to spend the break, learning, making new friends and having fun! Our Dance Camps include Hip Hop, Ballet, Jazz, Musical Theatre and more.
This is a great way to spend the break – dancing, learning, making new friends and having fun!
Ages 4 – 7 (Half or Full Day)
Ages 8 – 12 (Full Day)
Teens (Full Day)
Our winter 2020 term starts January 6 with different start dates for each course so please check out our website for the starting date of your class www.flamencos.net. For new beginner students we are offering a class on Tuesdays from 7:30-8:30pm starting January 14. Please register on-line at www.flamencos.net or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ballet Espressivo Class Schedule: Spring 2020
Location of Classes
Monday, Wednesday & Thursday classes:
Egyptian Dance Academy
211 Danforth Ave.
Tuesday & Saturday classes:
Cadence Dance Academy
302 Carlaw Ave. #105
** Entrance at 276 Carlaw Ave.
Carlaw between Dundas & Queen St. West on the west side