No formal training needed, just the desire to give tap dancing a try. Expect to be tap dancing in the first lesson. This course includes both traditional and Rad Tap techniques. The first lesson is a free trial.
Explore advanced lessons in traditional and Rad Tap techniques. Performing at community events is optional. Susan Sixkiller teaches these classes at the Oak Park Ice Arena.
Beginning: 6:45 - 7:45 p.m.
Learn the beautiful dances of Mexico. Ballet Folkloric dance consists of a basic set of steps called zapateados which involves percussive heel-stomping. Students will learn the different folkloric dance rhythms from north, south, east and west Mexico. Through this series, students will be able to move into three folkloric dance levels; beginning, intermediate and advanced.
Myrna L. Gutierrez teaches this class at the Arnold Rue Community Center.
Discover low-impact tap dancing to the oldies. The first lesson is free at the Oak Park Senior Center.
Study a dance of your choice with six hours of instruction:
Beginners to advanced can enroll, and no partner is required. Receive semi-private instruction at a group price. For more information, please visit External Links below.
Cathy Medeiros teaches this class at Oak Park Senior Center.
Learn basic ballet steps and perform a recital in June. Instruction provided by Beverly Burke-Baker at the Arnold Rue Community Center.
Learn the beginning steps of dance – including ballet, tap, and jazz – and perform in a recital in June.
Beverly Burke-Baker teaches this class at the Arnold Rue Community Center.
Classes for all ages meet at the Stribley Community Center.
Parent and child use play movement and gymnastic skills to develop coordination, which encourages social skills and a positive outlook. Nancy Healy teaches this class at Seifert Community Center.
This is a fun class for young children; activities include stretching, beginning tumbling, balance beam, beginning vaulting, and games. Children make new friends while building core strength and increasing self-confidence. Nancy Healy teaches this class at the Seifert Community Center.
Students learn beginning tumbling skills, balance beam games, stretching and beginning vault. Tumbling skills focus on front, backward rolls, and cartwheels. A social and fun class!
Nancy Healy teaches this class at Seifert Community Center.
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