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Coordination class for kids under 3. This class includes basic skills for your “mini mover.” With balancing equipment and games to play, your child will practice coordination and balance in a fun-filled environment while learning basic dance and tumbling skills. Kids also learn social skills, such as sharing, through exploration and play. A buddy is required for the class. You will be invited to share in the songs and games as well as you help your mini mover out on the floor. Mini’s should participate barefoot to help with ease of balance and wear comfortable clothes.
Mini Movers 2 is a great transition into a class without mom or dad. This class is 30 minutes and has a smaller class size to allow students under 3 to take a class independent of mom or dad and be successful. Mini Movers 2 includes tap, jazz, ballet and creative movement. Using play to enhance coordination skills, participants will learn basic dance and tumbling skills. They should wear clothes that are comfortable and stretchy.
Mini Dance includes tap, jazz, ballet and creative movement. Using play to enhance coordination skills as well as rhythm, friendships, taking turns and working as a group. Ensure your child is potty trained before enrolling them for this 45 minute class. Students will need tap and ballet shoes. They should wear clothes that are comfortable and stretchy. Although not required, most participants were a leotard and skirt.
In Mini Tumbles, your child will learn beginning tumbling skills as well activities to enhance coordination, strength and flexibility. While in class, children also work on social skills, such as taking turns, following directions and interacting with peers. Please ensure your child is potty trained before enrolling them for this class. This class is done barefoot and children should wear stretchy, comfortable clothes that are easy to move in, such as leotards, cotton shorts, shirts, leggings, etc.
Mini Combo teaches tap, ballet and beginning tumbling skills. There are fun activities to enhance coordination, strength and flexibility. If you are unsure whether your child would prefer dance or tumbling, this is the perfect class for you! Please ensure your child is potty trained before enrolling them for this class. Students will need tap and ballet shoes. They should wear clothes that are comfortable and stretchy. Although not required, most participants were a leotard and skirt.
Classes begin with a warm-up to stretch and enhance flexibility. Each class works on various tumbling skills depending on the level of the class. Skills range from forward rolls and cartwheels in the beginning classes to handsprings, tucks and layouts in the advanced classes. Class concludes with conditioning to increase strength. Students should wear stretchy clothing (no jeans) and participate barefoot.
Classes start with a warm-up including technique (plie, tendu, etc.), stretching and strengthening. Across the floor skills are taught and perfected as well as a combination to primarily pop music. Students should wear stretchy clothing (no jeans) and jazz shoes.
This class includes rhythm technique as well as perfecting basic skills. Students will learn combinations with and without music to enhance their rhythmic skills. Students should wear stretchy clothing (no jeans) and tap shoes.
Students will learn hip-hop movements and dances. Classes focus on applying the “hip-hop” style to movement as well as learning to count music and feeling the beat. Students should wear stretchy clothing (no jeans) and tennis shoes.
Classes include learning skills on the ballet barre as working on skills, such as leaps and turns, moving across the floor. In addition to working on individual skills, students will also put movements together to form combinations and dances. Students are encouraged to wear leotards with tights, shorts, skirts, or pants and ballet shoes.
This class is for intermediate and advanced dancers. Contemporary is a fusion of jazz, ballet and modern dance. Lyrical dance tells a story through movement and involves depicting the emotion of the song.
This class focuses on incorporating singing and acting with dance! Students will do various activities that get them to move and perform as different characters. This class is action-packed and full of opportunities for self-expression. Students should wear stretchy clothing (no jeans) and participate barefoot.
Our adult tap classes offer the instruction with tailored instruction to meet the needs and goals of adults. Adult Tap is divided into two levels, B for beginning and I for Intermediate. Adult dancers are not required to participate in performances. Whether your goal is to exercise, take an hour for yourself, spend time with friends, or just to dance, our adult classes would be a great fit for you.
This class is an hour of non-stop dance with hand signals as your guide. Using rap/hip-hop and pop music, you will learn a new short routine each week. The non-stop characteristic of this class combined with the music makes it a fun cardio workout. Come prepared to sweat and learn some new moves.
This class is tailored for teens and adults. Each class consists of a warm-up, exercise routines targeting major muscle groups and stretching. This class will help increase your muscle tone and flexibility.
This performing company performs around San Diego County to promote Jibe Studios as well as enhance our community with dance and tumbling. The “Crew” loves to perform at community events, school assemblies, retirement communities, and in parades. They also love to support events that promote healthy lifestyles. Auditions are held twice a year. If you are interested in learning more about joining the company or would like us to perform, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Modern is a dance form in which dancers explore the differences between making the body heavy and light. Unlike the lifted, technical form of ballet, modern dance involves free-flowing movement. Like most of our dance classes, this class includes a warm-up, across the floor skills as well as a combination. Students should wear stretchy clothing (no jeans) and participate barefoot.