Tap dancing is made up of rhythmical sounds produced by movements of the feet. Students develop a sense of rhythm, coordination and timing. The two most important elements are the ability to articulate from the ankle, leg and the clarity and separation of tap sounds. Shuffle ball change and stomp your way through a fun class that combines rhythm, sound and movement. There are no “standard” body, feet, or arm positions, but the body placement stems from ballet training
Black Leotard, Tan Tights, Black Shorts or Pants, No loose fitting T-shirts, or sweatshirts may be worn. A tight fitting black shirt may be worn over a black leotard. Hair should be secured firmly in place for all classes. Dance is a disciplined art form and rules are part of that discipline and have to be followed.