Our Program Streams
We offer three main program streams: Recreational, Competitive, and Ballet.
By Audition Only
This stream is through audition only. We hold our auditions in the Spring! In this stream, there are three tiers to differentiate age, level, and number of competitions that will be attended. There are bonus performance opportunities and pre-professional experiences offered.
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This dance form combines dance with gymnastics. Partner work, lifts, and acrobatic skills are the main focus.
The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) is a worldwide organization that governs ballet through a series of graded exams.
Breaking, often called breakdancing or b-boying/b-girling, is an athletic style of street dance.
A free style of dancing that is not as restricted as classical ballet; movements are expressive of feelings, emotions and abstract ideas.
Hip Hop is similar to what you would see in music videos or with rap music. Each teacher has their own unique combination of styles.
This is a fast-paced class that includes instruction in turns, jumps, flexibility, and choreography.
Lyrical dance is a style of dance created from the fusion of Ballet with Jazz and Contemporary dance techniques.
Stage/Broadway Bound combines acting, singing/lip syncing and dance. Broadway tunes and scenes are used. This is a great class to take to be a “Triple Threat”.
Two words: Emotional Development!
Unlike any other athletic option for children, dance's focus on self-expression through movement provides a strong foundation for kids in exploring their inner self and feelings, regulating emotions, and expressing themselves in healthy ways. Dance is all about finding balance!
1) Development of personal identity
2) Social skills and teamwork experience
3) Goal setting with routines
4) Performance skills and confidence
5) Physical health
and so much more!
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“I love dancing at Seymour dance. It's one of the best choices I've ever made. All the students and teachers are so inspirational and positive and help you improve a lot.”
— Olivia H, Dancer