Studio I Wednesday
9:00-10:00AM = Fitness Dance/Weights Miss Angel - No online Registration Required, Just Show Up
3:45-4:30 = Acro III (8 & Up)** Miss Angel
4:30-5:15 = Acro II (7-11 Yr Olds)** Miss Angel
5:15-6:00 = Acro I (4-6 yr Olds)** Miss Angel
6:00-6:30 = Tots Creative Movement (2-3 Yr Olds)**^ - next session to begin in Feb, register in Jan Miss Angel
6:30-7:15 = Taekwondo Little Kids (4 & Up) Ben Nisbeth (Held All Year, not seasonal)
7:15-8:15 = Taekwondo, Teens/Adults (12 & Up) Ben Nisbeth (Held All Year, not seasonal)
Fitness/Yoga Classes Open to Teens & Adults - Year Round
Fitness/Yoga/Tai Chi students simply show up! No online reg is necessary. Tai Chi is also year round.
All Dance & Taekwondo must register online.
Taekwondo Students take both Wed and the Sat class appropriate for their age. Tuition is based on class twice a week for Taekwondo. When registering, enroll in both classes. Taekwondo enrolls year round.
Current 2017-2018 Schedule Aug -May
Studio I Monday
3:45-4:45 = Ballet I (10 & up)** Miss Anna
4:45-5:30 = Pointe (Permission Only)** Miss Anna
5:30-6:30 = Ballet II (11 & up)** Miss Anna
6:30-7:30 = Jazz II (11 & up)** Miss Danielle
Studio II Monday
3:45-4:45 = Competition Clogging (Permission only)** Miss Danielle
5:15-5:45 = Tots Creative Movement (2-3 Yr Olds)**^ - next session to begin in Feb, register in Jan Miss Angel
5:45-6:30 = Pre-Primary Ballet/Tap (4 & 5 Yr Olds)** Miss Tracey
6:30-7:15 = Fitness Class with Tina (Teens & Adults) Tina Murphy - No online Registration Required, Just Show Up
Studio I Tuesday
3:45-4:30 = Clogging III/IV Intermediate/Advanced (Permission Only)** Miss Danielle
4:30-5:15 = Clogging I (5-10 Yr Olds)** Miss Danielle
5:15-6:00 = Beginning Musical Theater (8-11 Yr Olds)** Miss Danielle
6:00-7:30 = Combo I/ Combo II Ballet, Tap, Jazz (7-12 Yr Olds)** Miss Emily
Studio II Tuesday
5:15-6:00 = Primary Ballet/Tap (5, 6, & 7 Yr Olds)** Miss Emily
6:30-7:30 = Flow Yoga (Teen/Adult) ** Ruth Van Sickle - No online Registration Required, Just Show Up
Studio I Thursday
3:45-4:30 = Contemporary I (10 & Up) Beg/Int ** Miss Danielle
4:30-5:30 = Contemporary II (11 & Up) Inter/Adv ** Miss Danielle
5:30-6:30 = Musical Theater (11 & Up) Inter/Adv ** Miss Danielle
6:30-7:15 = Hip Hop I/II (10 & Up) ** Miss Danielle
7:15-8:00 = Tap II (11 & Up) Inter/Adv ** Miss Rachel
Studio II Thursday
3:45-4:30 = Kids Hip Hop (6-10 Yr Olds)** Miss Bethany
4:30-5:15 = Jazz I (10 & Up)** Miss Rachel
5:30-6:15 = Clogging II/III (8 & Up) Intermediate ** Miss Rachel
6:30-7:30 = Tai Chi (Adults Only) Ginny Goodin - No Online Registration Required, Just Show up!
of Arts & Athletics
Studio I Friday
3:45-4:45 = Acro IV (10 & Up)** Miss Angel
4:45-5:45 = Acro V (Permission Only)** Miss Angel
Studio I Saturday
9:00-10:00am = Taekwondo Teens/Adults Ben Nisbeth (held during summer, not seasonal)
10:00-10:45am = Taekwondo Kids (4-12) Ben Nisbeth (held during summer, not seasonal)
Studio II Saturday
9:00-10:00am = Fitness Class with Tina (Teens & Adults) Tina Murphy - No online Registration Required, Just Show Up
We begin seasonal classes in Aug and run through May. All Taekwondo & Some Fitness/Adult classes are year round.
Class Times Are Always Tentative & Subject to Change
See below for Current Schedule Fall 2017 to May 2018.
Not taking Registrations for Dance Classes for this season.
Summer2018 Dance Classes: Thursdays in June & July. Begins June 7th. Click Here to Enroll for Summer Classes. Opens April 1st.
NEW 2018-2019 Season Schedule - Will be Viewable May 1st
Registration Opens Online June 1st, 2018.
Existing Students/Families: log in below. Use email we have on file and password. If forgot your password, then select FORGOT YOUR PASSWORD. The system will send an email to the address with instructions for setting up a password.
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REGISTRATION FEE: Each student is automatically generated a Registration Fee invoice upon enrolling in classes at Dimensions. If this fee does not apply proper actions will be taken once registration is received.
Tot Class- This is an 8 wk session for 2/3/4 yr olds, and their parents. The class consists of preballet & tap type movements, song/dance, coordination skills, listening/following skills, and lots of fun!!! Parents/guardians stay in the class and may participate. An 8 wk session is held in the fall and then again in the spring. The first four weeks are danced in ballet or soft shoes and second four weeks of the session dancers may wear tap shoes. Any color leotard and tights are acceptable. Dance skirts, tutus are allowed. Move-able clothing such as dance/yoga pants and tank tops are also acceptable.
Pre-Primary Tap & Ballet: This class is for 4 & 5 yr olds. It is a 45 min class once a week, held Aug/Sept - May. Tap and ballet is done every class. Skills that enhance rhythm, timing, coordination, strengthening, stretching, listening, dance room etiquette, and creativity are all apart of this class.
Primary Tap & Ballet: This class is for 5/6/7 yr olds. It is also 45 mins and begins to introduce the use of the ballet barre. This class continues to teach the fundamentals of tap and ballet as well as encourage fun, creativity, and self expression.
Combo I & II Classes: Both these classes are a combination of ballet, tap & jazz. At this level, longer attention spans are needed and nurtured. Steps and progressions become more in depth, as well as, the strength and abilities of the students. Jazz is introduced at this age. Jazz dance is a truly American art form, always changing and open to new movement ideas. Jazz dance is a dynamic dance genre. It is hot, cool, sassy, smooth, sharp, big, and delicate. It can be blues, lyrical, or street style. All dance is a wonderful form of execise stimulating mind and body alike. Combo classes begin at age 7 and may go until age 12.
Level I & Level II Dance Classes: These classes are for students ages 10 & up. Classes may consist of beginner and intermediate students. These classes are longer and more attention is given to each individual dance genre.
Acrobatics: Our acro classes employ many of the same types of inverted skills as gymnastics with a focus on balance, flexibility, and strength. Students learn basic skills such as headstands, handstands, back-bends, bridges, cartwheels, forward and backward rolls and variations through more advanced skills such as aerials, walkovers, and handsprings.
Adult Dance: Our adult dance class(when offered) is for beginners as well as experienced dancers. The class is held in 6 wk sessions for varying disciplines: ballet, jazz, tap, modern and a combination of ballet/tap. No special attire is required-simply clothing that you can move in. Shoes are optional.
Clogging: The clogging classes consist of a range of styles from traditional to contemporary. A focus is also given to the Southern Appalachian figures and styles. Clogging classes begin at age 4 and continue through teenagers. The Competition Clogging class is for intermediate/advanced dancers wishing to compete and perform.
Fitness Dance: Exercise in disguise! Combines dances styles with aerobics and light weights.
Hip Hop: Dimensions' hip hop classes are fun and high energy, combing street hip hop with hip hop technique. Hip hop moves, combinations and tricks are all taught. Strength, balance, coordination, flexibility, and most of all fun are all a part of our hip hop classes.
Interval/Fitness: The Monday class is a combination of low impact aerobics and weights in 3-5 min intervals, ending with traditional floor exercises. Get your Saturday off to a good start at 9am for a full hour of body sculpting which could include 3 & 5 lb weights, medicine balls, and Swiss exercise balls.
Irish: This form of dance was popularized in 1994 by the world famous show Riverdance. Irish dance is notable for its rapid leg and foot movements, while the body and arms remain largely stationary. Hard shoes are often worn to create the beautiful rhythmical percussions.
Modern Dance: This dance form has no single specific technique as in ballet, but rather intellectual approaches to movement to create specific forms, designs, and ideas with the body. Modern dance was born out of rebellion to express oneself in a way other than through the rigidity of ballet. Today, there are as many styles of modern dance as there are opinions of life. At Dimensions, self expression, partner work, and improvisation are all incorporated into class. A combination of styles and techniques are used: Bartinieff Fundamentals, Horton, and Graham to name a few.
Musical Theater: These classes are a form of theatrical performance that combines music, dance, acting, singing, and spoken word in order to express a story, content, or ideas.
Taekwondo: Taekwondo is a Korean martial art, very similar to the styles of Karate utilized by the Japanese. Beginning levels of Taekwondo involve forms (a set pattern of movements) and one-steps (pre-determined moves against an attacker to develop timing and distance).
Yoga- Flow Yoga: In this class, the Yoga poses are synchronized to the breath and are run together in a smooth, flowing way. Poses include: Sun Salutations such as plank, chaturanga, and upward facing dog. Also included is balance work and focus on specific body sections such as the back, hips, legs, etc.
Just a few of the benefits of any movement oriented class are: limberness, strength, balance, rhythm and timing, coordination, speed, self confidence and body awareness. Dimensions is very proud to promote a healthy lifestyle for all ages as well as education in the performing arts.