BALLETBallet as a dance discipline is recognized as an ideal form of exercise for children, as it keeps their bodies supple and encourages graceful, flowing movements. Classical ballet improves the students’ posture and trains them to walk correctly. It is also one of the most beautiful forms of dance, with a long history and broad international appeal. Ballet students learn to like their bodies and develop a healthy respect for body and mind. Best of all, ballet nurtures the students’ self-esteem and… it’s fun for students of all ages!



The repertoire consists of established choreography which has been developed by renowned choreographers when classical ballet was in its prime, from the 18th to the 20th century, leading up to the neoclassic age.
Through these choreographies we aim to strengthen the dancers’ legs through pointe work, to build stamina, and allow the students to experience the varied challenges these sequences present, both in class and on stage.
Lessons are conducted twice a month in the classes:


Hip Hop - Break DanceLiberated from the strict rules of ballet, this contemporary dance form grants the dancers greater freedom in the way they choose to express their innermost feelings.
Hip hop – breakdance is a wonderful means of stress relief, a way to balance the pressures and anxiety that are often associated with everyday work or school. It is very popular as an expressive and enjoyable dance experience.


JazzJazz dance is a high-energy dance form which invariably bears the dancer’s personal touch. It offers every jazz dancer or student room to interpret and execute the movements and steps in his or her own way.


MODERN DANCEModern dance evolved almost in defiance of the strict rules of ballet.
The dancers in this case reject the limitations imposed by ballet and instead welcome movements that are rooted in their personal emotional disposition. The main features of this dance form are the freedom and the powerful expression that are embedded in the dancers’ movements.


DRAMA PLAYDrama Play is a fun play group inspired by the theatre, without focusing on the performance of a specific play. Through various theatrical techniques such as mimicry, pantomime and improvisation as well as other forms of play that stimulate the senses, children learn how to ‘tune in’ to their inner world as well as their surrounding environment. Within the group, children learn how to express themselves as complete individuals and channel their energy in a positive way. At the same time, participation in this group helps children develop a team spirit.
Drama Play incorporates various elements: art, colours, music, various fairytales, physical movement, vocal expression as well as deliberate silence. All these forms of expression and more are among the many aspects that Drama Play covers.
The role of the animator-instructor
The animator directs the group on various levels:
As an instructor, the animator introduces various techniques that are designed to stimulate the children and encourage them to explore and experiment with different signals and modes of communication and expression. Offering an introduction to drama and the theatre, the animator helps the children discover the fun and challenges of acting out different roles. On a psychological level, and through the various Drama Play activities, the children learn to overcome insecurities. Instead, they feel secure and develop a greater sense of trust and confidence.