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Kids Dance Classes Open Day

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When:

  • Sat 6 May ’17, 10:00am – 11:00am

Where:

Viva Dance Studio, 10 Newton Road, Newton

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Welcome to our brand new classes for kids!

Join us for free at our Open Day!
10am - Tiny Tots and Juniors
11am - Seniors

Tiny Tots (3-5 years old) Learn and explore through movement, actions and musicality with our dance classes for 3-5-year-olds. These lessons encourage creativity and interaction with others using varied and exciting games, dances and exercises.

A great choice for any parent looking to introduce their child to the wonderful world of dance and movement as well as boost their confidence and social skills.

Juniors (6-9 years old): In these classes, we focus on developing dance technique, flexibility, versatility and performance skills. The lessons are structured with a warm up, dance games and exercises as well as learning a new fun choreography each week.

With versatile teachers, the children will discover different dance styles from all genres, like hip-hop, jazz and Latin. The classes are designed to be relaxed, fun and welcoming to encourage children’s self-esteem and performance aptitude.

Seniors (10-12 years old): In these classes, we focus on developing dance technique, flexibility, versatility and performance skills. The lessons are structured with a warm up, dance games and exercises as well as learning a new fun choreography each week.

With versatile teachers, the children will discover different dance styles from all genres, like hip-hop, jazz and Latin. The classes are designed to be relaxed, fun and welcoming to encourage children’s self-esteem and performance aptitude.

Please contact Julie@vivadance.co.nz for more information.

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