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Adult Class Schedule
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To Register for Unlimited Classes (ONLY GOOD FOR CLASSES IN THE ADULT SCHEDULE | NOT THE FALL/SPRING OR SUMMER SEMESTERS)
- Create an account or Sign-in with Studio Director
- Enroll in a Class
- Adult Memberships
- Click the Membership you want
- Then go back to Enroll in a Class to Adult Classes to sign up for all the classes you want.CLASS CARD OPTION
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- Credits and refunds may be issued under limited circumstances.
- Requests for such must be made in writing and approval is at the sole discretion of CC&DC. management.
- Notification to withdraw from class must be received in writing by CC&DC by the 20th of the month in order to stop tuition payment for the following month.
- $25 fee will be charged for any cancellation of any kind
School Policies for Adults
5 Class Cards = $90
10 Class Cards = $160
20 Class Cards = $280
Adult Class Descriptions
Aerial Inversions: This class is all about being upside down! Includes proper aerial warm-up and stretch as well as conditioning of lower abdominal and all muscles needed for inversions. Students should have previous aerial experience prior to taking this class and be able to hold lock off comfortably.
Acrobatics/Partner Acrobatics: This class will train students on the proper conditioning, alignment, and strength needed for acrobatic movement such as tumbling, balancing, or partnering. Students will engage in proper warm-up and strength training before learning various skills pertaining to acrobatic level.
Adult Ballet: Learn the fundamentals of classical ballet. Class will focus on basic ballet technique, proper body alignment, French terminology and musicality. Students will focus on both barre and center work.
ChoreoLab: This class will have a syllabus with a timeline with choreography assignments and in-class showings. Dig deep and bring out your inner choreographer with this class about experimentation and understanding of dance relationships such as time, space, and energy.
Contemporary Dance: This dance class allows students to explore and understand how their own bodies move while gaining an understanding of contemporary vocabulary and how it is similar, yet different, then classical ballet. Students will develop body control as well as freedom of movement.
Hand-balancing: Learn and develop the muscles used for inverted balancing. This class will train students on proper alignment and technique during handstands and other balances. The class will also teach proper warm-up and cool-down for shoulder stretching and strengthening. Students will perform exercises both on the floor and on hand balancing canes.
Intro to Aerial Silk: This class will teach the introductory fundamentals of aerial dance. Students will learn proper warm-up and stretching for aerial silk/sling movement as well as develop the necessary muscles for successful flying. Students perform most exercises on the ground or low to the floor until necessary experience is obtained.
Intro to Trapeze and Lyra: For those interested in learning trapeze and Lyra, this class will teach introductory fundamentals that apply to both of these apparatuses. Students will learn proper warm-up and stretching for air movement as well as develop the necessary muscles for successful flying.
Jazz: Typically seen on Broadway musicals or upbeat music performances, Jazz is a fun and energetic dance genre about showing some style. Students warm up with cardio, strength training, and stretching. Students will learn proper Jazz alignment as well as sequences of dance steps danced to music. Jazz shoes are optional; socks or bare feet acceptable.
Mixed Level Silks: This class will cater directly to the aerial level of the students within the class. Students will engage in proper warm-up and stretch before training either on a sling or silk apparatus. Instructors will teach skills and exercises based on current skill level.
Open Practice: Work independently or with a friend on dance, acrobatic, or aerial skills. A CCDC instructor will be close by for safety, but will not be available to teach skills. Provides an opportunity for students to review any previous class material or to work on conditioning.
Pilates: The main focus of the Pilates method is the development of balance, breathing, concentration,
control, coordination, efficiency, flow, harmony and precision. With these ideas in mind, each
exercise is centered on working the whole body and is efficient for both body and mind strengthening.
Pointe: Must have permission to enroll. Students with at least 2 years of solid ballet training can begin pointe training. Students will utilize previous ballet technique while wearing pointe shoes, a hand-made shoe composed of layers of fabric designed to allow the dancer to stand on the top of their toes. Most exercises cater to strengthening the ankles, feet, and legs.
Trapeze: Comprised of a steel bar with two rope attachments on either side, the trapeze will have you spinning, swinging, and flying! Unlike the circus flying trapeze, however, aerial dance trapeze uses movements such as balances, contortions, drops, and swings. Introductory students learn similar skills to that of an aerial sling.
Tap: Tap is an original American dance style that combines music and dance traditions from West Africa and the British Isles. Classes focus on technique and musicality and are supplemented by a wide variety of musical genres. Students will develop rhythm, coordination, and strength. Tap shoes required.
Trapeze & Contemporary Dance: This aerial combo class will combine contemporary dance warm-up and exercises with trapeze skills. Students in this class will develop a better understanding of aerial dance through the act of apply dance attributes to aerial skills.